Globe and Mail picks up four prizes, tying New York Times for most wins by any organization.
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The Sept. 29-Oct. 1 weekend was filled with major news events, including terrorist attacks in Edmonton and Las Vegas.
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Last week a reader wondered, on Twitter, whether stories by John Ibbitson on Canada’s clandestine project to evacuate gay men from Russia to Canada “put gay Chechen refugees (or continuance of… Continue Reading Globe and Mail Public Editor: Decision to publish gay Chechens story made after exhausting ‘all avenues’
It’s no surprise that a column written by a woman, about a woman, attracts online attacks – but an angry minority shouldn’t shut down debate.
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Print revamp will launch on Dec. 1, 2017.
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After Nov. 30, the Globe and Mail will no longer be available in PEI, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, along with Newfoundland and Labrador.
Read More Continue Reading Print distribution of the Globe and Mail coming to an end in Atlantic provinces
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.
Read More Continue Reading Globe and Mail Public Editor: We must earn your trust that we’re the real deal
Authorities instinctively put a positive spin on everything and avoid talking about painful problems, but the journalist’s instinct is to pick at that scab.
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