Coverage of Toronto's gang and gun violence perpetuates a dangerous narrative that puts Black communities in the crossfire
Coverage of Toronto’s gang and gun violence perpetuates a dangerous narrative that puts Black communities in the crossfire.
After the Dawson College shootings, four Toronto daily newspapers raced against deadline and each other to get one crucial fact. Here's how two of them got the scoop... and two didn't
It’s mid-morning. Tu Thanh Ha is at work writing a story about a Canadian astronaut’s spacewalk. He’s been up since 4 a.m. covering the event and expects to head home soon from The Globe and Mail‘s four-person bureau in Montreal. As Ha types, The Toronto Star‘s news editor Alan Christie arrives at 1 Yonge Street […]