This could have been the Review’s last print issue.
Reflections on being a journalist who didn’t grow up Canadian.
Reflections on the power of personal style.
Reflections on the politics of capitalization.
Reflections on being a teacher-turned journalist.
Reflections of scientist-turned-journalist.
Reflections of a freelance fact checker.
Inside the Toronto Star’s 17-year fight to expose carding—the investigations, the legal battle and the power of the press to provoke change.
Coverage of Toronto’s gang and gun violence perpetuates a dangerous narrative that puts Black communities in the crossfire.
LGBT coverage is becoming more nuanced, one group at a time. Next step: trans people.
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