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02 April 2013
What's more important: exclusivity or a great story? A new model of cooperative journalism being developed at the Toronto Star is helping to break news, and the traditional practice of keeping
20 March 2013
J-Source goes behind the story of the National Newspaper Award-nominated story “Cashing In: Inside PEI’s Controversial Immigrant Partner Programs.” Laura Armstrong , a graduate of University of King’
18 March 2013
Ottawa Citizen ’s Glen McGregor and Postmedia News’ Stephen Maher have won the 2013 Canadian Hillman Prize for their investigative reporting on the use of robocalls to disrupt and suppress voting
06 March 2013
The Last Post was one of the best alternative publications of the 1970s. While the small team of journalists was creating solid investigative journalism, the RCMP Security Service was keeping a close
17 December 2012
Laurier LaPierre, who died Sunday at the age of 83, was a pioneer in modern television broadcasting. His flamboyant style was designed to engage and provoke, but ultimately to hold powerful people to
24 October 2012
A great resource for investigating private companies.Read more
08 August 2012
A seemingly simple Freedom of Information request rocked the Alberta government last week, triggering one firing, another resignation and an internal investigation. CBC's Charles Rusnell , an award-
02 August 2012
You Tube has launched the I Files , focusing on investigative journalism. [node:ad]Read more
16 July 2012
A unique investigative journalism workshop developed by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers will be held in Toronto July 19. The society's membership co-ordinator, Mark Scarp,

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