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Toronto Star accused of copying a field trip guide
3 years ago

Toronto Star accused of copying a field trip guide

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The CEO of Attractions Ontario says the Star’s field trip guide, which recently won an award, bears a number of similarities to theirs — a claim the Star disputes.

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To publish or unpublish?
3 years ago

To publish or unpublish?

The long-life of news online means we have to consider a lot when deciding to unpublish a story.

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Running the clock on fair response
3 years ago

Running the clock on fair response

When you can publish at the push of a button, what constitutes adequate time for fair response?

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Live Blog: Fact, Fiction and Fake News
3 years ago

Live Blog: Fact, Fiction and Fake News

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Liveblog from Sheridan College featuring leaders in Canadian journalism.

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Facebook Faceoff
3 years ago

Facebook Faceoff

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Active shootings and social media verification.

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Irving vs. Poitras
3 years ago

Irving vs. Poitras

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By Grant Buckler Canadian Journalists for Free Expression is protesting a complaint made by J.D. Irving Co. of New Brunswick against Jacques Poitras, a provincial affairs reporter with CBC in New Brunswick. William McDowell of the Toronto law firm Lenczner…
Journalists need to consider the ethics of sourcing stories from Facebook
3 years ago

Journalists need to consider the ethics of sourcing stories from Facebook

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By Krista Simpson For the reporter, Facebook serves a multitude of purposes. It is a place to search for people, to find story ideas and to publicize content. But while the site is both valuable and convenient, reporters still need…