The International Reporting Bureau at Humber College reviews travel advisories for journalists working abroad weekly.
Author: Tamara Baluja
Find out why our government is shutting the public out of environmental research, and what Canadians can do to thaw the chill around climate science. Join Canadian Journalists for Free Expression for an interactive chat with Toronto Star environment reporter Raveena Aulakh and leading Canadian atmospheric scientist Dr. Tom Duck.
The newspaper has partnered with Montreal’s La Presse to develop a new tablet edition of the Toronto Star.
By Esther Enkin, CBC ombudsman The complainant, Ed B, is being identified only by his first name and last initial because revealing his full name would compromise his professional position. I reluctantly agreed to...
The results of the U.S. midterm elections were featured prominently in many Canadian news outlets Wednesday.
What the Star reported was neither gossip, nor rumour and innuendo, writes public editor Kathy English. Rather, what the Star shared with its readers was responsible reporting on a devastating and deeply disturbing story.
It was dumb to raise the issue of Jian Ghomeshi’s brand at a time when the police are investigating very serious allegations.
McLaughlin will be responsible for the overall newsroom operations of The Vancouver Sun, The Province, Edmonton Journal, Calgary Herald, Leader-Post and The StarPhoenix.
By Mark Taylor, Photojournalism Editor If you’ve been following the Tina Fontaine story, you’ve likely seen the work of photojournalist Lyle Stafford. Following stints as a staffer at the National Post and Victoria’s Times...
While Canadian coverage was praised worldwide, it catered to a national audience. Seemingly mundane questions—such as whether buses were running and which roads were closed—didn’t become the focus of local coverage until much later the day.