Press freedom will last only as long as we are willing to fight for it
Press independence, and therefore the quality of news the public gets, is under pressure by interfering owners almost everywhere.
CTV Ottawa reporter Glen McGregor, left, and bureau chief Joyce Napier were among many journalists let go by Bell Media on June 14. Instead of cuts, Bell might have considered investing more in their trusted journalists, writes Michael Harris. Photo courtesy of Twitter, and The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade