At the annual CJFE Gala: A Night to Honour Courageous Reporting, the CJFE features stories that we would never have known about if people had not risked their jobs, their freedom or even their lives to tell us. This annual event is an opportunity to hear these stories and pay tribute to some of these brave individuals.
Series in 1973 prompted action from the federal government at the time.
Star editorial cartoonist comes under fire for eliminating female lawyers from the courtroom picture.
In almost record time, the federal government had committed to support the survivors.
Readers wonder why The Globe used the picture when the girl had asked that her face be concealed at an earlier press conference.
What is the media’s duty of care toward victims of sexual assault who speak out and open themselves up to online abuse and bullying?
Readers tell The Globe to remember that this is a turning point for society’s understanding of sexual harassment and abuse of women.
How is coverage of Jian Ghomeshi different from coverage on Rob Ford, and should we keep seeing his photo attached to stories? Public editor Sylvia Stead addresses these reader concerns.
CBC ombudsman Esther Enkin reviews a complaint that a famous Trudeau quote was misused in a World Report story on Bountiful, BC.
Jim Roberts, the executive editor and chief content officer of Mashable, discusses digital transformation with James Bradshaw, media reporter with The Globe and Mail, in this Canadian Journalism Foundation J-Talk.