There are many issues Canadian media organizations need to consider before seeking charitable status.
Read More Continue Reading Turning newspapers into charities: A new model for the future?
A number of readers were angry and upset by a headline and story online about the Winnipeg murder trial of the man charged with killing Tina Fontaine. Canadians were… Continue Reading Globe and Mail Public Editor: Remembering the victims
The complainant, Richard Reeleder, objected to an interview with an opponent of the herbicide Glyphosate. He thought he was presented as a scientific expert when he was not,… Continue Reading CBC Ombudsman: Balance in Science Reporting
Corrections are complex business these days when news organizations deliver information via print, on web and mobile apps, social media, video, newsletters, push notifications and voice personal assistants
Read More Continue Reading Toronto Star Public Editor: Timeless principles guide corrections in digital era
In the midst of the #MeToo reckoning, let’s consider the role of journalism.
Of course, the foundation of the movement is the brave women who have been abused… Continue Reading Globe and Mail public editor: When victims come forward, journalism amplifies the truth
“We have reached the point where nurturing the green shoots is a better bet that propping up the gigantic, creaking, tottering timbers.”
Read More Continue Reading Government prolongs the agony for newspapers … just a bit
Indigenous community members are doing the work to situate Colten Boushie’s life and death within the colonial context.
Read More Continue Reading Stanley trial highlights colonialism of Canadian media
While many journalists will be seeing the trust figures as a Valentine’s Day gift from the Canadian public, it isn’t all hearts and roses for the beleaguered business in this survey.
Read More Continue Reading Journalists see 17 per cent jump in public trust