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Journalism vs Science

February 15, 2016

The Toronto Star’s HPV fail reveals a wider problem: the journalists who inform us about science are increasingly scientifically illiterate. Vox.com health reporter Julia Belluz talks about why bad science journalism is perhaps the most dangerous kind of bad journalism.

SHORT CUTS – Evan Solomon/Harper Family Secrets

June 10, 2015

VICE staff reporter Hilary Beaumont on the CBC’s firing of Evan Solomon and the RCMP’s secret, sealed court documents that may contain allegations of RCMP wrongdoing and personal information about Stephen Harper’s family.

Ghomeshi’s Accusers are Dreading Kevin Donovan’s Book

May 5, 2015

The women who accused Jian Ghomeshi of sexual assault, abuse and harassment took extraordinary risks and gained nothing. If Ghomeshi is guilty, their courage may have prevented others from being harmed by him, and it has certainly emboldened others to speak out about sexual assault and abuse. These women have changed the way people think and talk about domestic violence, workplace harassment and sexual assault.

Toronto Star’s Head of Investigations Stands by HPV Story

February 12, 2015

Kevin Donovan, the Toronto Star’s Investigative Editor, defends the paper’s HPV vaccine reporting in a statement provided to CANADALAND.

We all knew about Jian

November 2, 2014

Roberto Verì used to work for CBC’s Q with Jian Ghomeshi. He witnessed harassment that he never reported, until now. Also: the extraordinary circumstances that led to Ghomeshi’s downfall.

All I can say for now about Jian

October 27, 2014

Just a few thoughts about my investigation with the Toronto Star.

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