Three journalists say they've seen a video of the mayor using what appears to be crack cocaine. (CP/Michelle Siu)
Panel: Robyn Doolittle / Ivor Shapiro / Matt Gurney
There are many things people in Toronto -- and even people who don't live anywhere near Toronto -- would like to know about Mayor Rob Ford.
Three journalists say they've seen a video of the mayor smoking what appears to be crack cocaine. Subsequent reports allege the Mayor told his staff the possible whereabouts of the video in question.
But more than two weeks into the saga, the story still gets stuck on whether the video even exists. That has led to some very awkward conversations. Last week, Toronto city councilor Denzil Minnan-Wong was questioned by Matt Galloway, host of CBC Radio's Metro Morning.
As part of our occasional series, Eye on The Media, we're asking what that means for journalism and how the media have done with this story so far.
For their thoughts, we were joined by three people.
This segment was produced by The Current's Pacinthe Mattar, Karin Marley and Lara O'Brien.
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