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Nominated for: providing a public service, even when they got insulted for their efforts.
Toronto Star reporter is taking legal action in the wake of the mayor's false claim Dale was on his property and acting inappropriately towards his children.
One is a convicted criminal, one faces a growing range of allegations. One is known for using very big words, one for using barely any at all. Watch along with us as they congratulate themselves on their leadership and honesty!
Rob and Doug Ford's new TV show has been cancelled after just one episode.
Citing a "mutual" agreement, the Fords and Newstalk 1010 announced today that the mayor's Sunday radio show is no more. Here, some thoughts on the end of an era, from our resident expert.
If you make six figures, the Globe wants to be your friend.
The mayor is becoming a reliable international newsmaker.
"Clearly, we're disappointed that we didn't get [mandatory distribution], but there is a pretty significant silver lining around the arguments that they accepted."
The CRTC has denied the controversial all-news channel's bid for mandatory distribution.
Citing changing viewer habits, Rogers puts its 24-hour news channel to bed.
An Onion-style parody site takes aim at news and politics in York Region.
A newsman's final words, in the paper he helped found.
For CTV's young weekend newsman, your television's a stage.
The biweekly gay men's magazine will release its last issue on April 25.
Nominated for: making public space—on and offline—safer for everyone.
Nominated for: reminding us that journalism costs money to make.
Nominated for: weakening one of our national institutions.
Nominated for: plagiarism, and laziness of epic proportions.