The complainant, Carman Miller objected to a reference that it’s hard to spot Canadian flags in Quebec. He thought it was inaccurate and amounted to Quebec bashing. It was a passing reference in an article...Read review
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The complainant, T.A. Anderson thought a piece on The National marking the fifth anniversary of the start of hostilities in Syria was distorted and biased. He thought there were many facts and perspectives...Read review
The complainant, Steve Cherry thought it inappropriate for Neil Macdonald to refer to creationism as superstition in a column he wrote about challenges facing the Republican policy in the face of a Trump...Read review
The complainant, Greg Hunter, was suspicious of statements attributed to the Syrian government and to Vladimir Putin. He thought it unlikely they had actually said what Carol Off attributed to them in...Read review
The complainant Silvana Goldemberg thought a strong statement from a filmmaker about one of the messages of his documentary needed to be balanced with an opposing view. He referred to Israel as an apartheid...Read review
The complainant, Anton van Walraven, thought the noon progamme in British Columbia was biased in favour of developing LNG capacity in the province. He pointed to the interview of spokespeople for the...Read review
The complainant, Paula Waddell, was disturbed by a description of the sexual violence perpetrated by soldiers in the Central African Republic. I agreed it was disturbing, but did not think it was gratuitous....Read review
The complainant, Chris Tait, believes that militant is pejorative and rebel is not. He thought CBC News deliberately and erroneously used the term rebel to describe Syrian fighters against Bashar al-Assad,...Read review
Happy New Year everyone. I hope 2014 brings only good things to you and your families. January 1 also marks my first anniversary serving as Ombudsman,...More
The Neiman Journalism Lab offers predictions for trends in journalism for the year ahead. Of course social media and its use in news features large. There...More
As a young freelance reporter, I spent time in South Africa during the days of apartheid. It was a powerful experience. If you are interested in some...More
@CBCToronto @CBCOmbudsman 0817ET Misleading for alert's text to imply video (15 years old?) is contemporaneous with current views.
@picardonhealth @CBCOmbudsman @CBCNews @frankkoller Except - it is a well established fact that creationism is superstition
RT @tractivepenis: @CBCOmbudsman @CBCSask Hi Esther, did you happen to get a look at this?
@CBCRadioCanada @CBCOmbudsman Do a search for why I hate PDF. Lots of material.
@eleanor_brown Mind if we ask what the main issue is w/ pdf? @CBCOmbudsman
@eleanor_brown Sorry for the inconvenience. We'll share your feedback w/ the team. @CBCOmbudsman
@CBCRadioCanada @CBCOmbudsman Thanks. But it's... still a PDF. So : No. Just no.
@eleanor_brown You're welcome to visit the reports page: https://t.co/43XrPGCzJ3 We just thought we would save you a click. @CBCOmbudsman
@CBCRadioCanada @CBCOmbudsman The URL goes to a PDF. No. Just no.
RT @CBCRadioCanada: Now available: The 2015-2016 annual report from @CBCOmbudsman for English Services. https://t.co/Pz6JMpwGzS