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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.
10 February 2014
Journalists on the politics beat have been known to become government staffers and lobbyists eventually. So it's reasonable to assume, Sean Holman writes, that given the instability of the news
29 January 2014
Rob Ford famously accused reporters of not asking the right questions about his past cocaine use. Journalists felt they had been misled. But that's not an uncommon feeling reporters have when they
06 December 2013
In this Q&A with J-Source, Steve Doig, the Knight Chair in Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University, explains why practising “safe data hygiene” is
26 November 2013
A multi-year battle for the release of records relating to the death of children in care finally enabled reporters Karen Kleiss of the Edmonton Journal and Darcy Henton of the Calgary Herald to
09 November 2013
Investigative Reporters and Editors is bringing its highly rated Watchdog Workshop to Toronto. Get the tools and the tricks of the trade that you need to be a better, faster, watchdog journalist.
09 November 2013
Investigative Reporters and Editors is bringing its highly rated Watchdog Workshop to Toronto. Get the tools and the tricks of the trade that you need to be a better, faster, watchdog journalist.
24 October 2013
The 2013 Joseph Howe Symposium begins Friday, Oct. 25 and continues all day Oct. 26 at the University of King's College in Halifax. Top investigative journalists from across North America will

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