Complaint Type – Accuracy

Journalistic standards require a news story to be factually accurate, including identification of individuals and quotes. The article should acknowledge the ‘other side’ of a case, and allow opportunity for response. Photo captions should accurately identify the scene, people or location, and the headline of a story should be supported by the information in the story itself.

2017-52 Louise Yasinchuk vs Timmins Daily Press

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