By Colin Perkel
A reporter’s last-ditch attempt at blocking an RCMP demand for his background materials in a terrorism case failed Thursday with a judge refusing to stay the production… Continue Reading Vice reporter Ben Makuch loses final bid to block RCMP demand for background material
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?
Reporters who have been tracking multiple disappearances of Toronto men in recent years say much needs to be done to hold authorities to account.
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Last week, Rogers Media announced it would be ending its $100 million deal with Vice Canada and taking Viceland off the air.
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The 24-hour-a-day Viceland television channel launched in February 2016.
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The annual gathering of the country’s student journalists is coming to Toronto in 2018 for its 80th anniversary. Hosted by The Eyeopener, Ryerson University’s independent student paper, NASH80 will celebrate… Continue Reading NASH80—CUP’s annual journalism conference
Vice reporter Ben Makuch is “very relieved” to hear of the leave decision.
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U.S. Central Command, which oversees American military operations in Syria and Iraq, maintains Farah Shirdon died two years ago.
Read More Continue Reading Vice urges RCMP to drop demand for materials if accused terrorist long dead