The complainant, Matt Whitman, is a Halifax city councillor. He did a phone interview in which he said he was never told he was being recorded, nor that the interview… Continue Reading CBC Ombudsman: Recording conversations – consent and its limits
News organizations and consumers would be wise to exercise some level of cognitive empathy when producing and processing news about Iran.
Read More Continue Reading Not enough perspectives on Iran are found in Canadian and American news media
Shareholders in cannabis firms are anxious about their investments, the profits and the coverage of them. It is seen as riskier than most investments because there is no historical… Continue Reading Globe and Mail Public Editor: Cannabis investors have right to know bad news
“As a black, female journalist, I hope that I will not only develop a thick skin, but have the necessary support and personal resiliency to tell difficult stories.”
Read More Continue Reading We shouldn’t allow online hate to silence diverse voices
The Globe and Mail wasn’t the first media outlet to report the number killed in Toronto’s Monday van rampage. It wasn’t first to report the name of the suspect… Continue Reading Globe and Mail Public Editor: It’s important to be right, not first with the news
Not enough time or not enough confidence? Why don’t women write more letters to the editor? Public Editor Kathy English wants to know.
Read More Continue Reading Toronto Star Public Editor: Where are the voices of women on the letters page?
Statistics Canada data shows that between 2001 and 2016 the total number of journalists in the country declined by only 7 percent – and it looks like hiring is starting to inch upwards again.
Read More Continue Reading There are fewer journalists in Canada than 15 years ago — but not as few as you might think