The complainant, Kym Sweeny, said she had not given consent to be featured in an online article based on her interview on Cross Country Checkup, and that the article did not accurately reflect what she...Read review
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The complainant, Beth Rawding, disputed the conclusion of a wildlife biologist that a group of caribou had starved to death because their habitat couldn’t sustain them. She said there was no evidence...Read review
The complainant, Stephan Hladkyj, considered a segment on The Current about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange disrespectful and inappropriate. He thought talking about conflicts with his hosts in the Ecuadorian...Read review
The complainant, Oliver Alexander, thought a story about an all-white city council in a city with 57% visible minority population was racist. He thought the implication was that the white councillors...Read review
The complainant, Kyle Hughes, questioned the coverage of the death of a young man in an ATV accident. He thought the emphasis in the report on an RCMP officer’s statement that the deceased wasn’t wearing...Read review
The complainant, Mike Fegelman, representing HonestReporting Canada, wanted to know the details and verification of the statement that a Palestinian woman was shot and injured by an Israeli sniper almost...Read review
The complainant, Carole Paikin Miller, thought coverage of her candidacy for school board trustee in Hamilton was sexist and sensationalist. She objected to being identified in relation to her spouse,...Read review
The complainant, Robert Wood, thought a segment on The Current in the aftermath of the alleged poisoning of the Skripals and a member of Pussy Riot was malevolent “against a leader of a nuclear power.”...Read review
Working journalists and academics alike have been spending a lot of time thinking about ways to restore trust in their work, and to help citizens discern...More
Much has been written about the role of social media in creating false news and news hoaxes. This Poynter Institute article demonstrates what happened...More
A final reflection for 2017 - a year marked by some challenging times for the news business. The nature of the relationship between news user and provider...More
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RT @Canadas_Awesome: @PTP_CPAC @CharlieAngusNDP Gee I wonder if @CBCNews was there running sessions on how to be fake unethical news while…
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@Space_Between_ @jmdrebit @NoLore @TheCurrentCBC @CBCNews @CBCOmbudsman Freedom of speech doesn’t include inciting violence.
@terry_tjb @jmdrebit @NoLore @TheCurrentCBC @CBCNews @CBCOmbudsman Of course she did, her recent rant encourages pe… https://t.co/fdT1DMKl8N
@DavidRCrowe @jmdrebit @NoLore @TheCurrentCBC @CBCNews @CBCOmbudsman Hook, line and sinker
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