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17 October 2016
The complainant thought that repeated use of the name of one candidate violated the need for balance and fair coverageRead more
06 October 2016
‘As a news organization committed to equal dignity for all, the Star bears considerable responsibility to guard against reinforcing unfair racial stereotypes.’
06 October 2016
The complainant President of the Toronto Professional Fire Fighters’ Association, said he was unfairly quoted in a story about a female firefighter’s harassment and search for redress.
06 October 2016
Reporters are responsible for examining and catching red flags about a source’s motive.
06 October 2016
There are tough calls editors have to make every day regarding coverageRead more
26 September 2016
Reporters and editors need to be critical when writing the words that readers focus on most of all.Read more
26 September 2016
Canada’s National NewsMedia Council affirms vital principles in dismissing complaint about New York Times climate change report.
13 September 2016
The complainant thought it was wrong to refer to the result of the BDS resolution passed at the Green Party Convention as “supporting a movement boycotting Israel.”
13 September 2016
The Globe style guide has clear rules for honorifics, but errors are sometimes repeated and compounded.

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