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HotDocs film Life With Murder documents the life of a small-town Ontario
man who murdered his sister and the family that continues to stand by
him. Dana Lacey chats with three-time Emmy-winning filmmaker John Kastner
in his Toronto home.
(xx)The truth about Tiger(xx)
The accusations started soon after Tiger Woods' extramarital activities
hit the tabloids. Golf columnist Lorne Rubenstein dispels the myths
around Tiger's fall from grace.
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I'm a fairly new court reporter out in Jasper, Alberta. I tried talking
to the police to get details of an arrest, and the RCMP stated, "We're
not obliged to release information unless it's in the public safety to do
so." So, what are the police's obligations to share info in Alberta and
if they aren't obliged to share that info, how could I get it -- aside
from just waiting for it to come up in court? Answer by Robyn Doolittle,
who covered the police beat at the Toronto Star before moving to the city
THE BUSINESS OF JOURNALISM
(xx)Rider on the storm(xx)
In the mind of Doug Kelly, the Post of the future will further divide
readers and critics. But can a niche audience support a national
newspaper? This week we feature Katie Hewitt's story from the spring
issue of The Ryerson Review of Journalism.
(xx)Arts Journalism: Staying Critical in the Digital Age(xx)
Three arts journalists discuss criticism, gossip and why box office stats
don't matter. By Mira Saraf.
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