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The Toronto Star building, photographed in 2010. (Image: petmutt/Flickr)
John Miller | The majority of the Star newsroom publicly spoke out against columnist Rosie DiManno.
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The Toronto Star building, photographed in 2010. (Image: petmutt/Flickr)
John Miller | Jordan Bitove and Paul Rivett, the Star's new owners, say "we believe in news" and that their ownership will ensure a future for "world-class journalism." That remains to be seen.
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John Miller | Torstar's closure of commuter dailies calls into question the effectiveness of the federal government's $600-million bailout for legacy publishers.
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John Miller | The reaction from columnist Shree Paradkar and other journalists to Bernier's invitation suggests a deeper problem in the Star's newsroom.
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Penney Kome | The Toronto Star has unveiled a new ethics code, one of many available. Reviewing journalism society standards shows a wide variation in priorities and emphasis.
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John Miller | Activism and journalism don't mix, he's told. So he chooses activism.
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John Miller | Toronto Star columnist Desmond Cole's campaign against police carding led him to disrupt a public meeting this week. Journalism needs to update its rules.
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Missing Mars Lander
David J. Climenhaga | You don't need a calculator to know that if Postmedia keeps losing money at this quarter’s pace, it'll soon be burning through $400 million a year.
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Wayne MacPhail | What can we learn from the sad fate of the Toronto Star's Star Touch tablet fiasco and its imminent demise?
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Roger Annis | Western media is making another run at Russian President Vladimir Putin, this time that 'maybe' he had something to do with the 2006 killing in London of a former Russian police investigator.
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Wayne MacPhail | Star Touch is a free, iPad-only app that totally repackages Toronto Star content for an Apple tablet audience. But who was it really made for?
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Earl Cowan
David J. Climenhaga | Rather than making fun of #AngryCon for his outburst, we really ought to think about the kind of people who would encourage his reaction and what else they might do to hang onto power.