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19 June 2015
As public institutions publish more data online, web scraping has become a useful tool for reporters who want to sift through large amounts of information.
16 June 2015
News organizations and journalists aren’t doing enough to secure data and communications—and it could put whistleblowers and other sources at risk.
20 May 2015
The public’s access to government information in Canada will only improve if existing legislation is reworked completely, says Suzanne Legault.
27 April 2015
What does polling tell us about how concerned Canadian are about transparency issues? And should the public have a right to know why senior public officials get fired?
23 March 2015
Access-to-information requests in Canada have increased 391 per cent since 1997—but the media’s share of those requests has remained relatively the same.
20 March 2015
What makes investigative journalism enticing is also what makes it legally dangerous to produce—particularly for freelance journalists without libel protection.
16 March 2015
A Q&A with the Toronto Star reporter, whose Hillman Prize-winning series found that only nine out of 78 Canadian universities have sexual assault policies.
16 March 2015
When Kevin Donovan started at the Toronto Star as an intern, he thought he’d be there for five years.Read more
13 March 2015
On Mar. 4, The Globe and Mail announced the launch of its own SecureDrop system, an open-source information submission program. The claim: not only does it protect potential whistleblowers, but


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