The Toronto Star’s new internal ombud tells us what the job is, discusses power and race in the newsroom, and responds to that reply all email.
The Epoch Times’ COVID-19 special edition raised controversy when it landed in mailboxes across Canada in April. The paper was accused of spreading misinformation and fomenting anti-Chinese racism.
102 Indigenous children died in Ontario’s child welfare system because of underfunding and an indefensible inequality of services.
There are countless reporters covering politics in this country, but only one person has spent their career reporting on and analyzing health care.
Something strange has been going on for the last little while and we’re ready to talk about it.
Greed, money, and revenge culminate with a gruesome murder on the driveway of a Vancouver mansion.
Canada’s news bosses are some of the most influential people in the country. They decide what is news and what isn’t. We think it’s time someone talked to them about that.
One man’s quest to get his comics about the Metro newspaper into the Metro newspaper.
The ruling party in Saskatchewan has received more than $100,000 in donations from media companies and associations in the last 10 years. The $117,585 has come from television and radio, newspapers and industry journals and all of it has gone disproportionately to the Saskatchewan Party. The bulk of the donations came from one source, Rawlco … Continued
Editor-in-chief of the Walrus Jonathan Kay and cultural critic September Anderson talk about whether white men are being stifled by political correctness. Oh, and wtf is political correctness anyway?
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