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How crime reporting ethics shift through cultures
3 months ago

How crime reporting ethics shift through cultures

By  •  Learn, Research

Journalists around the world make the mistake of assuming that their journalistic ethical approaches are the best – or only – standards.
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Quebec to hold public inquiry into surveillance of journalists
1 year ago

Quebec to hold public inquiry into surveillance of journalists

By Sidhartha Banerjee, The Canadian Press

The Quebec government announced a full public inquiry Thursday into the police surveillance of journalists after revelations various forces monitored reporters’ phones.

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Welcome to Canada: Abdirahman Abdi & the selective silence of Canadian leadership
1 year ago

Welcome to Canada: Abdirahman Abdi & the selective silence of Canadian leadership

By Jared A. Walker

Just a few moments ago I watched the Mothers of the Movement give a keynote address at the Democratic National Convention. To say they were compelling would be… Continue Reading Welcome to Canada: Abdirahman Abdi & the selective silence of Canadian leadership

Reporters need to dig deeper into crime maps to tell the whole story
1 year ago

Reporters need to dig deeper into crime maps to tell the whole story

By  •  Learn, Research

New research finds that crime maps released by Canadian police forces only paints a partial picture of what is happening.
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Why Saskatchewan is Canada’s black hole of policing information
2 years ago

Why Saskatchewan is Canada’s black hole of policing information

Regina has one of the most opaque police forces in Canada, according to Newspaper Canada’s annual Freedom of Information Audit.
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