As physical scrums give way to remote conference calls, holding government to account in Ontario is becoming a game of broken telephone
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Ontario funding cuts threaten alternative magazines
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Documents filed with the Alberta Lobbyist Registry reveal that Canadian media behemoth Postmedia — which owns the National Post, Edmonton Journal, Edmonton Sun, Calgary Herald, Calgary Sun, Vancouver Sun, The Province, Ottawa Citizen and… Continue Reading Postmedia hires former Kenney staffer to lobby Alberta government on involvement in ‘energy war room’
In the absence of media scrutiny, politicians have started to spin their own stories
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Success of Ontario-based legislative newsletter prompted publisher Allison Smith to expand her reach, establishing B.C. and Alberta spinoffs in the past two years
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In 2020, eligible Canadian newsrooms are set to receive tax credits and access to donee status
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Since the Ontario premier announced changes to student fee policies, many have called out the risks for campus media. But weakening student journalism won’t just threaten the schools’ information access
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Weeks after the Globe and Mail first reported that the now former attorney general was “pressured” by the PMO to ease up on fraud and corruption charges against Québec-based construction giant SNC-Lavalin, Jody Wilson-Raybould delivered her highly-anticipated testimony before the justice committee. Here’s what newspapers in Canada ran on their front pages the morning after.
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