Wed, 08/23/2017 - 06:19

11 April 2017
Marketplace ran a special edition probing the use of intolerant and hate speech in Canada to explore whether there had been an upsurge as there had been in the United States.
11 April 2017
The complainant watched a clip of the young women participating in the International Women’s Day event in the House of Commons.Read
10 April 2017
No kidding here: Given widespread concerns about fake news, this is no time for newsrooms to play with far-fetched fraudulent news just for fun.
10 April 2017
It is time we did more to close the media credibility gap.Read more
06 April 2017
The complainant objected to one reference to Bashar al-Assad as “dictator” in a panel discussion on The National.
22 March 2017
The same critical eye that is applied to the articles needs to be applied in that big eye catching headline as well.
22 March 2017
The complainant was concerned about the qualifying phrase “even so” in a paragraph about the makeup of the federal firearms advisory committee.
21 March 2017
With journalism under attack, it’s important that journalists focus on the basics of the craft and not become defensive. That will keep readers’ trust
20 March 2017
What steps could newsrooms take to help create safe digital spaces for women?Read more


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