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Overview


ADVANCING JOURNALISM

IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST

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Overview


ADVANCING JOURNALISM

IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST

The crisis facing journalism is a crisis facing all Canadians. Veritas supports the principles that have protected our right to know for generations: independent, verifiable, accountable and aggressive journalism.

 

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about veritas

 

VERITAS nurtures journalism in the public interest through a variety of activities:

  • Our team organizes national conferences regularly aimed at mid-career journalists and academics to address current domestic and international issues of practice in journalism.

  • We facilitate ambitious reporting on under-represented subjects important to Canadian audiences.

  • Veritas promotes the importance of the role that journalism plays in Canada and internationally.

  • We host public speaking events featuring prominent Canadian voices on matters of civic engagement, journalism, the public’s right to know and government accountability.

  • Veritas creates and fosters a network of international journalists and organizations that share the goals and values of Veritas and assist in broad, cross-border reporting.

  • Veritas aims to be the home for a database of resources and tools to support practicing journalists and academics in their specific fields of endeavor; international reporting, legal frameworks, technology, the complexities of filing FOI requests, to name a few.

  • Our team aims to facilitate a cohesive national strategy for the regular and ongoing professional development of working journalists in Canada that is respected by both practitioners and academics.

 

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recent news and events

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Events


Events


events

veritas conferences & events

 

2019

Investigative Journalism Across Borders Conference

Toronto, on

May 4 - May 5

ryerson university school of journalism

ROgers communications centre

80 gould street

 
 

2017

Investigative Journalism Across Borders Conference

Vancouver, BC

May 20 - May 21

Liu Institute for global issues

 
 

2016

State Versus Journalism

Toronto, ON 

May 14, 7:30 pm

Westminster pub at first canadian place,

77 adelaide st. w, toronto

 

2016

Investigative Journalism Across Borders Conference

Toronto, ON 

May 14 - May 15

Ryerson university

ROgers communications centre

80 gould street

 

2016

Veritas Launches

Toronto, ON 

April 4

 
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past speakers & panelists

 

Veritas provides a platform within Canada and internationally, hosting leading thinkers, practitioners and innovators in journalism.

Conference Participants

 

 
 

Susanne Craig (New York Times)

Ellen Weiss (Scripps News Washington Bureau)

Garance Burke (Associated Press)

Kim Bolan (Vancouver Sun)

David Ridgen (CBC’s Someone Knows Something)

Laurie Few (Investigative Television Producer)

Will Fitzgibbon (International Consortium of Investigative Journalists)

Peter Klein (60 Minutes, University of British Columbia School of Journalism)

Masashi Nishihata (Citizen Lab)

Jennifer Valentino-DeVries (The Wall Street Journal)

Susanne Reber (Scripps News Washington Bureau)

Martha Mendoza (Associated Press)

Michael Pereira (Globe and Mail)

Mark Greenblatt (Scripps News Washington Bureau investigative reporter)

Kathy Tomlinson (Globe and Mail)

Linda Solomon Wood (National Observer)

Julian Sher (CBC’s the fifth estate)

Lynn McAuley (Toronto Star)

Anton Koschany (CTV’s W5)

Nina Shapiro (Seattle Times)

Erin Millar (Discourse)

Natasha Del Toro (Fusion/PBS)

Alex Richards (Investigative Reporters and Editors)

Frederic Zalac (Radio Canada/CBC News)

Greg McArthur (Globe and Mail)

David McKie (CBC News)

Robert Cribb (Toronto Star, Veritas president)