Former StarPhoenix reporter on the importance of making difficult calls and rigorous reporting.
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Canada’s top political reporters break down what happened during the 2015 federal election at a CJF J-Talk in Vancouver.
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Free edition of tripleC, edited by three Canadian professors, examines the on-going debate over unpaid internships.
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Why Canada’s new prime minister’s promise of open and transparent government matters to the media and democracy.
Continue Reading Toronto Star public editor: Promises, promises: The PM and the press
An embarrassing apology in the Star underscores the need for journalists to be skeptical when verifying identities of online sources.
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Voters were being asked Monday to elect a federal government, not an Ontario government.
Continue Reading Globe public editor: There was a good reason to hold publication of the Ontario teachers’ payment
Fortunately most of our readers seem to understand that miracle and are gentle pointing out mistakes.
Continue Reading Globe public editor: Election night pressure can lead to small mistakes
Nelson was “instrumental” in 2020 digital strategy, according to memo.
Continue Reading Memo: Marissa Nelson new senior managing director of CBC’s Ontario region
Launched in 2014, JHR’s Indigenous Reporting Program supports young, Indigenous people who are working towards becoming established journalists.
Continue Reading Applications open for Journalists for Human Rights Indigenous Reporters Scholarship Fund
Toronto panel discusses why, despite crackdowns, unpaid internships remain all too common.
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