The ombudsman said that certain statements made by As It Happens to be very close to defamatory and while it is unlikely the elderly members of a religious order in Ireland would take legal action over malicious statements made by a radio program in Canada, professional journalistic standards and simple decency require As It Happens to publicly correct the false claims they have made.
Mayeda, currently a reporter with Bloomberg Canada in Ottawa, is joining the Washington, D.C., bureau.
Talking with non-officials and non-experts about their experiences is one of the best parts of being a reporter. Yes, it can be tough. But here are six reasons to keep reaching out to them from Field Notes Editor Julie McCann.
If the news business is dying, how can you justify educating students for a profession that won’t hire them? Education Editor Charles Hays explains how Thompson Rivers University’s unique partnership with local media in Kamloops, B.C. is readying students for the industry.
“So you want to date your teaching assistant,” which was published by Western University’s student newspaper, in London, Ont., drew criticism from administration, student unions and women’s groups for making light of sexual harassment. Ryan Mallough looks at how and when humour has a role to play in journalism.
We mapped all the moves among media companies J-Source wrote about between May 1 and Aug. 30, 2014, excluding promotions, retirements, layoffs and lateral moves within the same company.
Hays takes over the education section from departing editor Melanie Coulson.