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Mr. Fillmore, formerly was an editor and producer with the CBC for 18 years, which included the position of Canadian Desk Editor at The National TV News, and head of an investigative journalism unit at CBC Radio’s Sunday Morning program. He’s a former member of the THIS Magazine Editorial Board, a regular contributor to The Globe and Mail from the Maritimes, and a former staff member with Reuters in London. Nick is a founding member of the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) and Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE). He’s now a freelance journalist and media fundraiser based in Toronto. He can be reached at: fillmore0274@rogers.com
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Hope for climate controls 'slip slidin' away' following signing of weak Paris agreement

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"World agrees to historic climate accord" -- Toronto Star.

"Nearly 200 countries agree to historic pact in Paris to reduce emissions and fight climate change" -- The Vancouver Sun.

"Climate deal: World praises France's diplomacy, showing it's still a master of the art" -- The Winnipeg Free Press.

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Fossil fuel lobby seen as main threat to meaningful progress at Paris climate talks

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In the early 1950s, when it became widely known that smoking caused cancer, giant tobacco companies formed the Tobacco Industry Research Council (TIRC). Its main goal was to deny the harmful effects of tobacco and confuse the public.

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Can strategic voting help overcome Harper's electoral 'cheating'?

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From the very start, the main issue in the federal election race has been as obvious as the beard on NDP leader Tom Mulcair's face, but it's been largely ignored by mainstream media.

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