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17 August 2017
While most readers know that charges of ‘fake news’ are themselves fake, media groups like this one need to include the readers more in their process.
27 July 2017
Authorities instinctively put a positive spin on everything and avoid talking about painful problems, but the journalist’s instinct is to pick at that scab.
20 July 2017
The complainant asked if there was censorship at work when he was told there were already Chris Alexander supporters on line when he called the Ontario Noon phone-in.
18 July 2017
The complainant had concerns about a bar graph in an article explaining how to follow election results on the CBC news site on B.C. election day.
18 July 2017
Partly, it’s envy. But it’s also part of a plan to become the world’s newspaper of record.Read more
13 July 2017
The complainant thought the Power & Politics treatment of events in Syria was too one-sided.Read more
06 July 2017
The complainant was present in the House of Commons 35 years ago when a female MP got up to ask a question about violence against women.
27 June 2017
The complainant thought swearing on an online video of an eyewitness recording of a bus billowing smoke was in violation of policy.
26 June 2017
The Globe should not use terms that are both inaccurate and insulting to any group in society.


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