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20 May 2015
The public’s access to government information in Canada will only improve if existing legislation is reworked completely, says Suzanne Legault.
20 March 2015
What makes investigative journalism enticing is also what makes it legally dangerous to produce—particularly for freelance journalists without libel protection.
12 January 2015
How the Grant v. Torstar ruling informs editors’ decisions to publish.Read more
03 November 2014
The victim’s name evoked a country-wide push to improve police response to sexual assault. But the media couldn't report her name because of a publication ban.
10 November 2014
It took six years and three court decisions. But earlier this year, Patrick Cain received information from the provincial government about where registered sex offenders live.
28 July 2014
Chief Justice Joseph Kennedy of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court allowed reporters use Twitter during a sexual assault trial and says he “couldn’t get over how well it had worked.”
11 May 2014
With a provincial election underway in Ontario and 4 federal by-elections slated for the end of June the timing of the announcement by Canada’s national broadcasters that they will not allow
16 April 2014
While cameras have been allowed in Appeal Court and in certain cases in other provinces, this is thought to be the first time a province has designated courtrooms where proceedings can be broadcast


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