Winnipeg Free Press publisher Bob Cox says there is no place where a truly competitive media market exists in Canada.
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The complainant, Chuck Erlichman, thought an article about the issue of property rights in relation to the shooting of a young Indigenous man was irresponsible and could fan racist… Continue Reading CBC Ombudsman: Speculation as reporting – Proceed with caution
Although we now live in a vast internet landscape with immense amounts of content, the diversity and quality of the news media we consume continues to be a concern. Large sites… Continue Reading Why is Melanie Joly ignoring the crisis in Canadian journalism?
John Ferri, VP of Current Affairs and Documentaries at TVO, explains how the Ontario Hub model will work.
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It’s time for change, writes Amira Elghawaby.
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While most readers know that charges of ‘fake news’ are themselves fake, media groups like this one need to include the readers more in their process.
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New research suggests that although media coverage of refugee issues has improved, it still needs work.
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Here’s how Canadians can create their own reliable news sources.
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