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Does the Globe and Mail have a case of Rob Ford reporting envy? Following the Toronto Star’s revelation last year that Rob
There has been quite a bit of backlash lately surrounding journalist Robyn Doolittle's apparent celebrity status since the
Toronto Star reporter Robyn Doolittle, who was one of the three journalists behind the bombshell Rob Ford accusations in
Toronto Star reporter Robyn Doolittle sat down with Jon Stewart to discuss her new book on Rob Ford for Thursday night's
Apparently, there's a right way and a wrong way to publicize yourself, and Robyn Doolittle's photoshoot with fashion magazine Flare stepped way over the line -- at least, according to the corners of the Internet who judge what a modern woman can and can't do. After appearing in a glamourous picture to head up the profile (and looking absolutely stunning), Doolittle received complaints that she was wearing pretty dresses and designer heels. How about we try both applauding and criticizing people for their actual work, and not what they look like before or after they write it?
Two of the three reporters who have actually seen the video of Rob Ford smoking crack took some time away from work Friday
I go to the Newsana debate in Toronto. Headline for the gathering: "Toronto's Watergate? The inside scoop on how the media exposed Rob Ford." Up there on the platform is a fine balance of newspapers leftish, centreish and rightish. Here are some highlights, condensed and edited.
Gawker may have lost touch with the people who have the alleged Toronto Mayor Rob Ford video, but other copies of the footage
The Vancouver Province tweeted late Thursday night that they were turning to Indiegogo, a website that raises money from