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Journalists are often interesting, not infrequently quite talented, and usually have some professional pride, or at least common decency. Those who rightly call themselves journalists in this country might wonder why this admittedly (and reassuringly) declining occupational association is the carrier and propagator of the pernicious virus of malicious invention. It doesn't represent journalistic standards and if it did, no one would know any facts at all about any subject of public interest, other than to the extent any individual was directly aware of what was being reported.
OTTAWA - Whistler, B.C., is the winner of this year's Code of Silence Award from the Canadian Association of Journalists.The annual award meant to highlight Canada's most secretive government or publi...
What the hell has happened to Canadian journalists? In Canada, one of the world's most multicultural nations, our main media are controlled by a tiny group of almost entirely white newsroom decision makers who live in a world cut off from ordinary people like you and me. One result of this is that they produce journalism for each other.
TORONTO - Stephen Harper's Conservative government has won this year's Code of Silence Award from the Canadian Association of Journalists.The annual award recognizing Canada's most secretive governmen...