CBC ombudsman Esther Enkin reviews a complaint that a famous Trudeau quote was misused in a World Report story on Bountiful, BC.
Category: Opinion & Analysis
Students learn the importance of data analysis in identifying trends and developing story ideas.
Was the Globe wrong? Public editor Sylvia Stead looks at the facts and evidence to explain why Sun Media columnist Ezra Levant’s claims are incorrect.
J-Source’s International Reporting Bureau spoke with CBC producer Stephanie Jenzer about the broadcaster’s Ebola coverage.
The open court principle is fundamental to democracy and why we print names of victims in court proceedings, except when prohibited by law, explains ombudswoman Patricia Graham.
Censoring government scientists makes it difficult for journalists to inform the public of crucial matters, such as risks posed by climate change.
How can the Star reconcile the stew of conflicting views about online commenting?
The right kind of media attention may actually play a positive role in increasing mental health awareness and help-seeking behaviour.
In the world of social media, reporters are covering fewer stories, not more.
Based on the Dalton Camp Lectures in Journalism, an annual series at St. Thomas University, in Fredericton, 11 esteemed journalists talk at length about journalism, Canada, war, standing up to power, our tumultuous era and much more.