Complaints about the accuracy of claims about colony collapse disorder in bees and allegations of racism in coronavirus reporting weighed and dismissed by the ethics body
Read More Continue Reading Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in February
Toronto Sun missed chance to tell readers it had re-edited a story; County Weekly News put wrong byline on National Post column
Read More Continue Reading Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in December and January
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The National NewsMedia Council, in partnership with Journalists for Human Rights, is pleased to announce the opening of the third annual Fraser MacDougall Prize for Best New… Continue Reading Competition for third annual Fraser MacDougall Prize now open
Survey of small-market papers finds workers anxious about ad revenue, stressed about digital competition but still have their readers’ trust
Read More Continue Reading Local news snapshot finds journalists split on their future
Jasnit Pabla and Nick Pearce awarded for their reporting on truth and reconciliation efforts at Queen’s University.
Read More Continue Reading Queen’s Journal reporters win 2018 Fraser MacDougall Prize
Among complaints heard from the public was a question on the ethics of publishing an address.
Read More Continue Reading What the National NewsMedia Council decided in August
Finalists for the Fraser MacDougall Prize for Best New Canadian Voice in Human Rights Reporting were announced on July 11, 2018.
The Queen’s Journal had three nominated positions out of the six… Continue Reading Finalists announced for 2018 Fraser MacDougall Prize
National NewsMedia Council, privacy commissioner, have been grappling with question of when it is appropriate to de-index stories from web searches.
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The Canadian data will be compared to the results of the U.S. questionnaire, as well as results from Spain and Austria where the survey is also being conducted.
Read More Continue Reading New survey investigates state of smaller-market newspapers in Canada
It’s the first time in the wire service’s 100 year history they’ve been in a press council.
Read More Continue Reading The Canadian Press joins National NewsMedia Council