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Jan 29, 2014 - Posted by Cecil Rosner

Rob Ford famously accused reporters of not asking the right questions about his past cocaine use. Journalists felt they had been misled. But that's not an uncommon feeling reporters have when they interact with politicians, bureaucrats or communications officers. What happens when proof of misleading information surfaces?

Oct 24, 2013 - Posted by Fred Vallance-Jones

The 2013 Joseph Howe Symposium begins Friday, Oct. 25 and continues all day Oct. 26 at the University of King's College in Halifax. Top investigative journalists from across North America will discuss why in-depth reporting still matters in an era of shrinking newsrooms and 140-character tweets.

Oct 23, 2013 - Posted by Cecil Rosner

This year's Global Investigative Journalism Conference showed convincingly that investigative reporting is alive and well and spreading internationally.

Sep 03, 2013 - Posted by Cecil Rosner

Carl Bernstein, Peter Mansbridge and other prominent journalists are slated to attend an international conference on investigative journalism being organized by the CBC and the University of Winnipeg. The event will be held June 13-15, 2014.

Apr 30, 2013 - Posted by Tamara Baluja

As traditional newsrooms continue to shrink, the question of how to do in-depth reporting – and also make money – in this country has never been more daunting. And now, Canada’s only non-profit investigative centre is closing. While its executive director says the failure of the Canadian Centre for Investigative Reporting shows that Canada is not ready for a non-profit model of investigative journalism, others say CCIR failed to develop the the brand name recognition to succeed. Ryerson student Edward Tubb reports. 

Apr 24, 2013 - Posted by Tamara Baluja
Apr 22, 2013 - Posted by Tamara Baluja

The Barbie fascination, the I-team obsession and the musician. If you haven’t yet picked up May issue of the Toronto Life, you’ll want to: Front cover: a sweaty Rob Ford; Inside profile: Toronto Star editor-in-chief Michael Cooke, definitely not sweaty. It’s definitely a juicy issue with lots of interesting tidbits for journalists.

Apr 03, 2013 - Posted by Cecil Rosner

The massive journalistic collaboration into an investigation of offshore tax havens signals a watershed moment for global investigative journalism. It is a major achievement for the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and its partners.

Apr 02, 2013 - Posted by Nicole Blanchett Neheli

What's more important: exclusivity or a great story? A new model of cooperative journalism being developed at the Toronto Star is helping to break news, and the traditional practice of keeping information from competitors. Here in J-source, Star investigative reporter Robert Cribb explains how sharing resources led to better journalism in a series on underage Cuban sex workers.

Mar 06, 2013 - Posted by Cecil Rosner

The Last Post was one of the best alternative publications of the 1970s. While the small team of journalists was creating solid investigative journalism, the RCMP Security Service was keeping a close watch, recently-released documents show. One of the Service's aims? Protect the government from embarrassment. Toronto writer Paul Weinberg has this exclusive story for J-Source.

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