By Grant Buckler
Rebel Media said it’s been blacklisted by Alberta’s ruling party.
On Jan. 29, Calgary reporter Holly Nicholas and Alberta bureau chief Sheila Gunn Reid… Continue Reading Levant’s Rebel Media says Alberta NDP blacklisting its reporters
Readers understand columnists have their own opinions. Why don’t owners?
Continue Reading Spiking Coyne column sent wrong signal
By Grant Buckler
Tom Walters, Los Angeles bureau chief for CTV News, has been charged with interfering with a police officer, a year after being arrested while covering protests in… Continue Reading CTV Los Angeles bureau chief charged a year after covering Ferguson
The CJFE has released its annual Review of Free Expression in Canada—and once again the grades are disappointing.
Federal Information Commissioner Suzanne Legault has tabled a report in Parliament recommending changes to Canada’s Access to Information laws.
Continue Reading Information Commissioner calls for changes to access to information law
The Canadian media have no right to interview Omar Khadr, a federal judge has ruled.
Continue Reading Court denies media access to Khadr
Mohamed Fahmy, Egyptian bureau chief for the Al-Jazeera television network and a naturalized Canadian citizen, was released on bail early Friday morning, Cairo time. His Al-Jazeera colleague Baher Mohamed was also granted bail.
Continue Reading Mohamed Fahmy out on bail
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression will honour Associated Press reporter Kathy Gannon with its Tara Singh Hayer Memorial Award at its annual CJFE Gala: A Night to Honour Courageous Reporting, on December 3, 2014. The 2014 CJFE Gala will also feature an exclusive photo exhibit and silent auction of work from the late Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Anja Niedringhaus, a colleague of Gannon’s.