Fri, 07/31/2015 - 09:30

22 July 2015
On Fridays, J-Source will feature a new outrageous FOI response, from redactions to expensive research fees.Read
17 July 2015
Cribb will spend four months in 2016 developing a national program that would have journalism schools across the country collaborating on investigative reporting.
03 July 2015
Last Wednesday, Halifax journalist Tim Bousquet held a birthday celebration for his one-year-old news site, the Halifax Examiner.Read
24 June 2015
Until September, readers of the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Postmedia and more may notice ads telling them about how the reporting they’re consuming is made—and why it’s important.
22 June 2015
Web scraping is useful for helping journalists handle large amounts of information, but ethical guidelines don't yet address how to use this data reporting tool.
19 June 2015
As public institutions publish more data online, web scraping has become a useful tool for reporters who want to sift through large amounts of information.
16 June 2015
News organizations and journalists aren’t doing enough to secure data and communications—and it could put whistleblowers and other sources at risk.
20 May 2015
The public’s access to government information in Canada will only improve if existing legislation is reworked completely, says Suzanne Legault.
27 April 2015
What does polling tell us about how concerned Canadian are about transparency issues? And should the public have a right to know why senior public officials get fired?

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