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19 December 2016
Journalists must not serve as unquestioning heralds for those who espouse racism and hate.
19 December 2016
While a headline on one story about the killing of highly regarded family physician Dr. Elana Fric Shamji put the focus on the wrong person, The Globe’s coverage has been balanced
08 December 2016
​The complainant thought an interview with a doctor critical of the rules for dispensing the abortion drug RU-486 was one-sided.
06 December 2016
The complainant pointed out an error in a Day 6 broadcast, and in its related web material.Read more
03 December 2016
‘The status quo is unacceptable.’ Canadian media must listen to Indigenous voices to help build truth and reconciliation.
29 November 2016
A note from a reader serves as a good reminder to journalists that not every reader knows what some terms mean and it’s incumbent on journalists to be careful with them and to explain them clearly
25 November 2016
The complainant thought a reporter should not have used the colloquial phrase “kick out” to describe an incident in which a student was told to leave an exam for refusing to remove her hijab.
25 November 2016
CBC News in Montreal published a story about SNC-Lavalin and illegal political contributions they had given to the Liberal and Conservative parties over a 7-year period.
23 November 2016
Reader takes Globe to task for ‘unerringly positive’ story about ‘extremely controversial’ project

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