Objectivity, proportion and fairness are valued by news consumers. Citizens can sort out for themselves what to make of the information they receive from the media. They don’t want to be lectured to — or told what to think — by a news industry that constantly mixes reporting with fear and agenda-pushing.


Courage, tenacity, and a willingness to get in anyone’s face if it serves our mission to help people is in our DNA. Our intolerance of injustice makes us especially popular — or unpopular — depending on which side of the fence you sit. We will always hold steadfast to an ethos of excellence, honesty, and always doing the right thing.


There once was a time when only people with a journalism degree were allowed to express their views through newspapers, books or magazines. Today, anyone can write down about any topic and post it on Social Media.

Journalism can be anyone’s passion or profession. Journalism should be done with heart and also the mind. An investigative journalist must not be someone who relies upon other news or what they hear from others, they must be eager to find out with their own ears and eyes. Showing the truth to both rulers and ordinary people must be one of the ultimate aims of passionate journalism.



Toronto, Canada