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16 January 2017
Almost 11,700 Toronto Star readers participated in the 2016 You be the Editor challenge.Read more
12 January 2017
The complainant, Paul Walton, thought it was not fair or balanced to provide the names in some crime stories, but leave them out in others.
12 January 2017
The amount of corrections in The Globe and Mail in 2016 was up almost 10 per cent more than 2015, but it shows how smart our readers are
10 January 2017
How did that vulgar word end up in a Toronto Star headline?Read more
10 January 2017
The complainant considered the use of the term “white trash” offensive and hateful.Read more
10 January 2017
Many people wrote to complain about one of the panelists on the CBC election night programme - she compared Donald Trump to Hitler.
20 December 2016
The complainant complained that the fact a writer of an Opinion piece was working for a Liberal politician should have been disclosed when it was published.
20 December 2016
Citing ‘Orwellian Newspeak,’ readers urge The Globe to not use made-up wordsRead more
20 December 2016
Mass media confusion resulted when Mohammed Shamji came to bail court.Read more

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