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06 May 2016
David Walmsley addresses questions from Canadaland and J-Source during a CJF talk in Toronto on May 5
27 April 2016
Columnist's cut-and-paste journalism draws lame response from management.Read more
25 April 2016
The Globe and Mail issues apology after new allegations of plagiarism were made against columnist Margaret Wente.Read more
11 April 2016
The story was removed on Apr. 10 after being online for two days.Read more
23 March 2016
Ford’s relationship with the media gave rise to a host of ethical questions.Read more
11 March 2016
CBC, CTV and the National Post posted a controversial video from the Bosma trial. The Hamilton Spectator did not. Here’s why.
16 February 2016
When a sexual assault complainant asks to be publicly identified careful consideration is still required.
22 January 2016
We need to find new ways to support media outlets that don’t depend on advertising revenue.Read
17 December 2015
“They were homophobic. They were racist. They were sexist and in many cases they were just stupid,” said editor Michael Cooke.

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