The annual gathering of the country’s student journalists is coming to Toronto in 2018 for its 80th anniversary. Hosted by The Eyeopener, Ryerson University’s independent student paper, NASH80 will celebrate… Continue Reading NASH80—CUP’s annual journalism conference
Join some of the Canada’s most prolific investigative reporters, developers, coders and data advocates for a one-day data journalism symposium.
Delve into the strategies they use to turn terabytes of… Continue Reading Data Driven – Presented by Humber College School of Media Studies
The complainant, Geoffrey Donaldson, considered reporting about an increase in publicly-funded opioid prescriptions in New Brunswick misleading. He did not agree that there is any concern in the increase. He… Continue Reading CBC Ombudsman: The Opioid Crisis
Joint investigations have demonstrated the potential of working together for the greater good.
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The complainant, Meer Sahib, thought the phrasing of a reference to the insurgent attacks that sparked the current action against the Rohingya people left the impression that the host of… Continue Reading CBC Ombudsman: The Rohingya Story
The complainant, Mike McEwan, thought an opinion piece critical of the systematic mistreatment of Aboriginal people was expressed in a way that bordered on “hate speech.” There is a big… Continue Reading CBC Ombudsman: Provocative Opinion
The As It Happen’s host helped the family of a source she interviewed in Afghanistan come to Canada.
Read More Continue Reading Carol Off’s new book raises questions about the reporter-source relationship