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13 June 2014
Today's sessions include a keynote by CBC's Peter Mansbridge and Carl Bernstein as well as panels on exposing corruption in Quebec, healthcare and investigative journalism, and advocacy journalism.
09 June 2014
More than 300 people will attend this weekend's investigative journalism conference in Winnipeg called Holding Power to Account. It is being jointly organized by the CBC and the University of
26 May 2014
The Globe and Mail ’s multimedia editor, Stuart Thompson, is leaving to join The Wall Street Journal as its senior interactive graphics editor.
15 May 2014
The early bird deadline for registration to the Winnipeg Investigative Journalism conference is May 16. See full details at
07 May 2014
Hidden cameras—by their very name—sound surreptitious, deceptive and the opposite of what journalism is supposed to stand for—transparency. But many journalists insist that hidden cameras are a
17 April 2014
Despite delays in getting an adequate response, the Regina magazine is making use of what documents it has obtained.
16 April 2014
Toronto Star reporter Robyn Doolittle, one of three journalists who has seen the infamous video of Rob Ford allegedly smoking crack cocaine, is joining The Globe and Mail .
11 March 2014
Karen Kleiss, of the Edmonton Journal, and Darcy Henton, of the Calgary Herald, have won the 2014 Canadian Hillman Prize for their Fatal Care investigation into the deaths of children while in
02 March 2014
Registration has opened for Holding Power to Account, an international conference on investigative journalism, democracy and human rights. It is set for Winnipeg, June 13-15, 2014.


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