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10 September 2013
Journalists are fed up with canned talking points in response to questions, but are they better than nothing? Should journalists push more for phone interviews? Take the J-Source poll and tell us
10 September 2013
The Globe and Mail defended its use of anonymous sources for an investigative piece by Greg McArthur and Shannon Kari that looked into Mayor Rob Ford’s family's alleged drug dealings. The Toronto
09 September 2013
During his program The Source , Ezra Levant made negative comments about the Roma community, which the CBSC found the broadcast in violation of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters’ Code of
08 September 2013
The Ontario Press Council held two separate hearings to investigate complaints that the Toronto Star and The Globe and Mail reported on the Ford family in an irresponsible, unethical manner.
06 September 2013
The Globe and Mail 's public editor explains to readers what they can expect from the Ontario press council hearings next week and why she defends the use of anonymous sources in the story at the
06 September 2013
There should always be attribution for news items, even if those pieces were rewritten and in some cases included personal reflections, writes The Globe and Mail's public editor Sylvia Stead.
06 September 2013
Getting names right is the "bedrock" measure of accuracy in journalism. When we err, we must correct, writes the Toronto Star 's public editor Kathy English

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