Now on J-Source: Porsche's $10K gift; Canwest in depth; Scrum and gone

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    (xxx)Crashed Porsche saga: does transparency defeat conflict?(xxx)
    Next time The Globe and Mail reviews a Porsche in its auto pages, or
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    influenced by a gift of $10,000 from the car company to the paper? The
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    (xxx)What the Canwest sale means for journalists(xxx)
    Kelly Toughill examines the sale of Canwest's newspaper division, the new
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    STUDENTS' LOUNGE
    (xxx)Scrum and gone(xxx)
    The incredible shrinking Queen's Park press gallery is a stark example of
    what happens when resources run dry. What's going: informed citizens and
    democratic accountability. What's coming: a potential breeding ground for
    political corruption. This week, we feature Jonathan Ore's story for the
    spring issue of the Ryerson Review of Journalism.

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