Tag Archives: Canadian journalism

How It’s Done In Canada

How it’s done in Canada: The Ontario ombudsman faults government officials for seizing a reporter’s laptop.

Alanna Rizza reports that the actions, also involving a citizen blogger, were “contrary to law, unreasonable, unjust and wrong.”


Paying Sources Akin To Paying For Sex

Paying sources akin to paying for sex: Canadian editor Erica Lenti argues for reconsidering the staunch rule against paying sources for information.

“What’s important — for editors, writers and all journalists in this countryh (Canada) — is to make considerations and break the rules when they need to be broken,” she writes in This Magazine, a Canadian political publication based in Toronto.