Toronto Sun Boss Wouldn't Affirm Independence Of Journalists, Says Union
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Toronto Sun Boss Wouldn’t Affirm Independence Of Journalists, Says Union
"They’re not foot soldiers for a particular editorial stance, and that’s what we wanted to be clarified. He wasn’t prepared to do that, so we were."

The man in charge of editorial decisions for the Sun newspapers has refused requests to clarify that Toronto Sun journalists are not in fact instruments of a political agenda, says the union representing its newsroom.

Following CANADALAND’s publication last week of an internal memo outlining what appeared to be the Toronto Sun‘s plans to carry out an anti-Liberal campaign through the Ontario election, the union raised the subject with editorial VP James Wallace on Thursday, during a previously-scheduled meeting to discuss grievances.

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