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Bill C-58 is in its final stages. What happens to the public’s right-to-know if it passes?
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Investigative journalist Marie-Maude Denis appeared at the Supreme Court in May to appeal a decision requiring her to reveal confidential sources
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Prominent Quebecor columnist and media personality drops defamation suit against independent outlet
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Forcing a reporter to give information on a terror suspect to the RCMP would be unreasonable given that the wanted Canadian man is almost certainly dead, an Ontario justice heard on Tuesday.
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The importance of press freedom can never be understated. For Canadian journalists, horrific headlines from across the globe of missing, murdered, or imprisoned reporters are sobering reminders of the privilege… Continue Reading Canada finally has a source protection law — is it enough?
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By Jim Bronskill
The Supreme Court of Canada says a reporter must give the RCMP material he gathered for stories about an accused terrorist.
The 9-0 decision is likely to… Continue Reading Vice reporter must give RCMP material about accused terrorist, rules Supreme Court