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Daniel Dale @ddale8
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Toronto Star journalists are tweeting out their favourite Star stories of the year. It is my turn.
This, from @amydempsey, is not only a gripping true-crime read -- seriously it's so good -- but a spectacular investigation. She exposed deadly errors by Peel police and Ontario's coroner and forensic pathology service:…
A team of five Star journalists revealed how doctors are committing egregious misconduct in the U.S., including serious crimes, and then simply returning to work in Canada, without Canadian patients being told anything about their bad pasts:…
I didn't know that Ontario's jury list is based on the property tax rolls, which means it excludes many renters. @jleerankin and @thecribby, working with Ryerson, spent two years figuring out how disproportionately white the juries are as a result:…
My biggest regret from my Rob Ford days at city hall is that all of the personal fiascos distracted me from the policy fiasco over Scarborough transit. So much admiration for @jpags's refusal to just let it drop:…
Finally, everything @kdaubs writes on Toronto's history is both educational and so much fun. I loved this, on the journalistic error that got Toronto to prematurely celebrate the end of World War I.…
Closing pitch: a lot of stuff the Star does -- especially in 1) exposing government wrongdoing, secrecy and dishonesty and 2) standing up for powerless people -- would simply not be done if the Star didn't do it. Please consider subscribing if you can!
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