More than 300 people will attend this weekend's investigative journalism conference in Winnipeg called Holding Power to Account. It is being jointly organized by the CBC and the University of Winnipeg.
The early bird deadline for registration to the Winnipeg Investigative Journalism conference is May 16. See full details at www.winnipeg2014.ca
Registration has opened for Holding Power to Account, an international conference on investigative journalism, democracy and human rights. It is set for Winnipeg, June 13-15, 2014.
Rob Ford famously accused reporters of not asking the right questions about his past cocaine use. Journalists felt they had been misled. But that's not an uncommon feeling reporters have when they interact with politicians, bureaucrats or communications officers. What happens when proof of misleading information surfaces?
A multi-year battle for the release of records relating to the death of children in care finally enabled reporters Karen Kleiss of the Edmonton Journal and Darcy Henton of the Calgary Herald to report an investigative series on the death of 145 children in Alberta. Kleiss reports how they got this story.
This year's Global Investigative Journalism Conference showed convincingly that investigative reporting is alive and well and spreading internationally.
Carl Bernstein, Peter Mansbridge and other prominent journalists are slated to attend an international conference on investigative journalism being organized by the CBC and the University of Winnipeg. The event will be held June 13-15, 2014.
There appears to be a movement towards criminalization of whistleblowers. What are the implications for whistleblowers, and the journalists who cover them?
The CBC has placed an emphasis on investigative journalism for the last 50 years. Here is a snapshot of some of the more memorable pieces over the years.
The massive journalistic collaboration into an investigation of offshore tax havens signals a watershed moment for global investigative journalism. It is a major achievement for the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and its partners.