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Philip Lee | Trustworthy public service media are always needed, but never more so than in times of strife, disaster and emergency.
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Dennis Gruending | There is a lot of fake news spread via social media. Here is some advice about how to defend against it.
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David Peck | Journalist Robert Fisk and director Yung Chang talk about their new film "This Is Not A Movie," exploring the contemporary media landscape and the question "what is truth?"
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Philip Lee | Nearly seven out of 10 Canadian millennials get their news from social media. Should we be worried?
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Sara Speicher | News agencies, civil society organizations, and concerned individuals in Canada and overseas have taken on the fight for "truth." But is what someone says "right" or "wrong," or somewhere in between?
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Face2Face | Larry Weinstein talks to David Peck about his new film 'Propaganda: The Art of Selling Lies' and about how propaganda is influencing changes in the world order.
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Penney Kome | In advance of provincial and federal elections, Canada's director of general military strategic communications is warning that Canadians should be alert for attempts to influence the electorate.
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Shelina Ali, Pro Bono | The federal government is making a superficial effort to address the role of social media platforms in publishing false statements that undermine the democratic process.
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John Gordon Miller | The "hush money" deal Donald Trump's campaign had with the National Enquirer.
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Monia Mazigh | Social media and mainstream reporting are both shaping dangerous and misleading narratives that, in the long run, are slowly causing the erosion of the real work of journalism.
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David J. Climenhaga | Dear readers, do not fret. Before you cancel your donation to the Alberta NDP, check the date.
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Penney Kome | An Oxford research project has confirmed what anybody could have told them: the people who voted for Donald Trump are the most "susceptible" to junk news.