Altering the record of a story by removing or modifying it is a major ethical challenge in the digital age. The complainant, Deborah Peterson, wanted her son’s name removed from an article. Read what...Read review
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The complainant, Constantine Kritsonis, thought it was wrong to refer to the result of the BDS resolution passed at the Green Party Convention as “supporting a movement boycotting Israel.” It’s more selective...Read review
The complainant, John MacNeill, stated that saying Baltimore police shackled and tossed Freddie Gray into a police van was inflammatory and misleading. Mr. Gray was a black man who sustained a spinal...Read review
The complainant, the Executive Director of Honest Reporting, Mike Fegelman, thought a story about a Palestinian Olympic swimmer was inaccurate and lacked balance. There were no violations of policy in...Read review
The complainant, Craig Pichach, asked a very good question: What’s appropriate for a newscast. In this case he thought an exchange between host Susan Bonner and Michael Enright was opinion and questioned...Read review
One of the founders of the Canadian reggae group Messenjah, Errol Blackwood, disputed associating Carl Harvey with the band. Harvey has joined since the group reconstituted almost 20 years ago. There...Read review
The complainant, Tom Korski, thought an interview segment with a CBC reporter was “pseudo-commentary” passing as news. It was a legitimate analysis based on Paul Hunter’s experience in the field. Explaining...Read review
CBC’s Trending feature published an article about a twitter attack on the Republican presidential candidate’s campaign photo showing him eating KFC with a knife and fork. The complainant, Taylor MacPherson,...Read review
One of the reasons I chose to become a journalist is because of a fascination with language. Over the years, in various roles, I have had to think a lot...More
One of the realities of social media driven news reporting is that facts are often loose and just plain wrong. There is such a plethora of voices, the...More
The ongoing debate about Facebook and its role as a news provider versus its status as a social media company continues. Many folks in the news industry...More
Hopefully no one asks @CBCOmbudsman why @CBCCalgary is misrepresenting #Alberta coal power plants. #ShinyPony… https://t.co/UxdZaYJqqT
Late-breaking #FF for #JRN103. This week, the ombuds: @kathyenglish, @SylviaStead, @CBCOmbudsman, @patriciagraham, @spaydl, @ejensenNYC.
#cbcombudsman #theconversation #language Language as Technology https://t.co/ZOVN1CIoRQ
A sign and symptom of the times... https://t.co/i7lHtOm9S9
@CBCOmbudsman: Finally, we're looking into their actual work and agendas! Can you give an example of a dubious agenda of a fact-checker?
#socialmedia #poynter #principles #cbcombudsman Checking the Fact Checkers https://t.co/9oHrhIwAY7
RT @ConfBoardofCda: INFOGRAPHIC: Unmet #MentalHealth needs costing Canadian economy billions https://t.co/1w7aQTMu0y #cdnhealth #cdnecon ht…
RT @TorontoCAJ: The CAJ Toronto Chapter is putting together a great panel for Oct. 22 at Centennial College to talk about mental health and…
@RosieBarton @CBCOmbudsman Y the effort to give previous guv credit for release of Cdn citzn in China & grndwork for chair on UN Sec Cncl?
RT @fleurdelis30: .@checkupcbc Sorry someone like @CathyYoung63 doesn't belong on #CBC #cdnpoli #Autism @CBCOmbudsman @melaniejoly https:…