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National NewsMedia Council

Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in July
10 months ago

Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in July

By  •  News, Ethics
The ethics board responded to complaints regarding a Toronto Sun front page headline and another that concerned identifying information in a Canadian Press news article
Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in June
11 months ago

Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in June

By  •  News, Ethics
The ethics board issued decisions in June on four complaints, all of which were dismissed or found to have been appropriately addressed. They included dismissal of complaints that a Toronto Star column showed “bias against white people,” the accuracy of a term used in a Toronto Sun opinion column and two against two respective newspapers in Kamloops, B.C.
Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in February
1 year ago

Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in February

By  •  News, Ethics
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
Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in December and January
1 year ago

Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in December and January

By  •  News, Ethics
Toronto Sun missed chance to tell readers it had re-edited a story; County Weekly News put wrong byline on National Post column
Competition for third annual Fraser MacDougall Prize now open
2 years ago

Competition for third annual Fraser MacDougall Prize now open

National NewsMedia Council 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 Canadian Voice in Human Rights Reporting. The prize is awarded…
Local news snapshot finds journalists split on their future
2 years ago

Local news snapshot finds journalists split on their future

Survey of small-market papers finds workers anxious about ad revenue, stressed about digital competition but still have their readers’ trust
Queen’s Journal reporters win 2018 Fraser MacDougall Prize
3 years ago

Queen’s Journal reporters win 2018 Fraser MacDougall Prize

Jasnit Pabla and Nick Pearce awarded for their reporting on truth and reconciliation efforts at Queen’s University.
What the National NewsMedia Council decided in August
3 years ago

What the National NewsMedia Council decided in August

By  •  News, Work, People
Among complaints heard from the public was a question on the ethics of publishing an address.
Finalists announced for 2018 Fraser MacDougall Prize
3 years ago

Finalists announced for 2018 Fraser MacDougall Prize

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 total shortlisted finalist pieces. The prize was first…
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