Complaint reviews

Recent

More complaint reviews

Pay the piper.

The complainant, Christopher Budgell, wanted to know why Sunday Edition host Michael Enright was able to attend the Canadian Institute for Advanced Legal Studies’ week-long lecture series in Cambridge,...

Read review

Evolving Stories.

The complainant, Clement Chisholm, objected to the coverage of a fatal fire in a property he owned and the follow-up stories about its cause. He said it was sensational, dishonest and misrepresented the...

Read review

Neutral Language.

The complainant, Mike Fegelman, Executive Director of HonestReporting Canada, did not want the participants in the Gaza protests called “demonstrators.” He thought this would leave the wrong impression...

Read review

Balance and Tone.

The complainant, Roger Lagassé, thought an article about the imminent reinstatement of Russia at the close of the winter Olympics was biased and anti-Russian. The article featured the negative reactions...

Read review

Strong Language - Warning Required.

The complainant, Bob Found, considered the repetition of a blasphemous phrase in quoting a witness in a murder trial sensationalistic and done for shock value. The warning on the report was not clear...

Read review

Full Disclosure.

The complainant, Anton van Walraven, took issue with the information disclosed about various political panelists used on The Morning Edition in Vancouver, as well as some other local radio programmes....

Read review

Precision matters

The complainant, Adam Lewis, said that there was an error of fact in a piece about a Russian-owned, U.S.-based uranium mining company. There had been an ongoing controversy regarding the approval of a...

Read review

Perspective on Poland

The Polish Ambassador to Canada, Andrzej Kurnicki, complained about a pair of programme segments dealing with his country’s “Holocaust Law.” He challenged the characterization of the law as infringing...

Read review

More from 2018

More complaint reviews