How CBC covered a year of unprecedented news stories
For journalists, it is almost impossible to describe the events of this remarkable year without sounding hyperbolic. Few of us have worked through such an unrelenting news cycle, where each story seems to dwarf the one before and where the unprecedented has become the routine. We take a look back at how CBC covered 2020.
How our stories make an impact in local communities and on the national stage
While news organizations like ours produce all sorts of stories and features, public service journalism is a special breed of storytelling that requires deep commitments of time, resources, investigative skill and legal support. It can be difficult and costly — and is often the most important work we do.
What CBC's newsrooms are doing to deliver on pledge to improve diversity, inclusivity
Nearly half a year has passed since the killing of George Floyd set off a global reckoning with anti-Black racism that spanned countries and industries, including the media. Here are some of the actions CBC newsrooms have taken since then to be more inclusive and diverse and to make our journalism more accurate, authentic and relevant to all Canadians.
What trusted journalism looks like in the age of disinformation, polarization
CBC News is one of the most trusted news brands in Canada, but we do not take the public's trust for granted or assume most people understand how our stories get made. The editor's blog is an attempt to share some of what goes on behind the scenes. In this edition, we unpack how CBC News deals with confidential sources and allegations of political bias.
On George Floyd's death, journalism and inclusive newsrooms
Hard questions were asked this week by the CBC audience and staff as George Floyd’s death lit the fuse on a powder keg of anger and frustration over anti-Black racism. CBC News editor in chief Brodie Fenlon offers some answers.
Canada not immune to the virus of COVID-19 conspiracies
CBC News has devoted a considerable number of resources to fact-checking COVID-19 claims in an effort to combat what some have described as “a pandemic of misinformation."
Why we can't tell you the full COVID-19 story
Today CBC News is launching a project called Lives Remembered, our commitment to honouring and understanding more about the Canadians who have lost their lives to COVID-19.
Names, facts and reporting on the Nova Scotia shooting rampage
The shooting rampage in Nova Scotia that left at least 18 victims dead has devastated the small communities in which it occurred and shocked the entire country. At CBC News, we take seriously our responsibility to tell you as much information as we have and deliver it to you without sensationalizing or understating its impact on Canadians.
Managing risk to get closer to the COVID-19 story
At CBC News, we are doing things differently — much differently — as we work to bring you the latest information about the coronavirus pandemic, investigate the important questions that need answering, and take you to the story we are all trying to properly comprehend.
A peek behind the curtain: How CBC staff are covering the pandemic
CBC journalists across the country are working in new and innovative ways to bring you the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's a look at how some of them are doing it.
An update on local services and all the ways to access COVID-19 information on CBC News
Millions of Canadians have been turning to CBC News daily on TV, radio, digital and social media for the latest information on COVID-19. Here are some of the many ways to access CBC journalism on the pandemic and some recent changes we've made to our programming.
An update on CBC News, local TV newscasts and COVID-19
People care deeply about CBC News. They care even more deeply about local news. So, it's no surprise that we received plenty of concerned reaction to our temporary decision to stop local supper-hour newscasts in the wake of mounting technical and staffing challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Why CBC News is making changes to local programming during the COVID-19 crisis
These are truly unprecedented times, and like all Canadians, CBC News has had to make adjustments as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting Wednesday, CBC News Network will replace local supper-hour and late-night newscasts across the country except in the North. CBC's editor in chief explains why we took this step.
Canada Votes 2019: CBC News covers the election like never before
CBC News has launched its 2019 federal election coverage. For the next two months, we aim to bring you election-related journalism on air and online that is as broad and exciting as the country we serve.
Editors in Chief concerned by police raid on ABC
CBC News/Radio Canada Editors in Chief are concerned by police raid on Australian Broadcasting Corporation