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#309 A War Reporter’s Newsroom Battles

January 12, 2020

Why did the Toronto Star try to stop Paul Watson from reporting on a story?

#307 NOW and Then

December 22, 2019

The rise and fall of Canada’s alt-weekly magazines.

#242 Inside Jordan Peterson’s Antisocial Network

December 11, 2019

A look inside Jordan Peterson’s new social media platform, which bans photos, memes, and emojis in the name of anti-censorship! Also, The Toronto Star turns to public shaming. Freelancer John Semley co-hosts.

#305 Researchers Just Proved The Media Is Too White

December 9, 2019

Canada’s newsrooms are whiter than ever.

#229 – Sorry, Immigrants!

September 12, 2019

The Vancouver Sun is very, very sorry about publishing that inflammatory anti-immigration screed. They’ll tone it down a little next time. Also, why is election coverage so… boring? Journalist and COMMONS host Arshy Mann co-hosts.

StarMetro Vancouver Has A Union, But Not A Contract

May 17, 2019

Members voted down a tentative agreement last week

Hate Laundry

December 19, 2018

Two big Toronto papers got some things horribly wrong. The Sun has been censured by the National NewsMedia Council for its fictitious goat-slaughtering story, and The Sun and Star both recklessly outed a sex worker for no justifiable purpose.

Sun And Star Out Sex Worker

December 18, 2018

The Sun also got the story wrong in its front-page headline

The Last Labour Reporter

September 24, 2018

Sara Mojtehedzadeh may very well be Canada’s only full-time labour reporter. This past fall, as the Toronto Star’s ‘work and wealth’ reporter, Mojtehedzadeh went undercover for a month at Fiera Foods—a factory in Toronto where a temp agency worker was recently killed. Her month-long stint led to Undercover in Temp Nation, an explosive year-long investigation into … Continued

What Does ‘Off The Record’ Actually Mean? The Toronto Star And BuzzFeed Explain.

September 10, 2018

Confusion over “off the record” played a pivotal role in global affairs this past week. So — how does this oft-misunderstood agreement actually work, and why do so many powerful people continue to misuse it?

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