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Tina Fontaine was a 15-year-old First Nations girl found dead in 2014.
An analysis of Canadian mainstream media's reporting of U.S. President Obama's visit to Vietnam recently was so biased that stories may as well have been written by the White House. Just about all traditional media provided Washington's pre-packaged message to the Canadian public.
Mass media is the main place where people should be learning of the threat ahead. Largely because of inadequate reporting by mass media, most Canadians are not well enough informed or angry enough to demand action by government and non-renewable corporations.
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The Globe and Mail’s management and employees have reached an 11th hour tentative deal, just before a strike deadline Wednesday
Journalists and other unionized staff at the Globe and Mail rejected the latest contract offer by the newspaper's management
It's a grave day for journalism in Canada when one of the country's most venerable newspapers erects a fence around its building
Should a hospital really have something called a "Quality Dying Initiative?" Apparently, Toronto's Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre thinks so. And because it is Canada's largest teaching hospital, what it does carries considerable weight with hospitals across the country.
Want to know another proven and really cheap method of improving patient safety? Wash your hands. So serious is the failure of doctors, nurses and other clinicians to follow this simple age-old motherly dictum, that the Ontario government requires hospitals to regularly report their level of pre-patient and post-patient hand hygiene compliance.
Does the Canadian media have a grudge against millennials? According to a new video podcast from Maclean's and Toronto Life