The original drafts of the wiki pages were written by the following Master of Journalism candidates at Ryerson University:

Approaching the subject of an investigation: Krista Simpson
Balancing urgency with accuracy: Angela Hickman
Corrections and retractions: Ramya Jegatheesan
Critical thinking: Eve Caron
Deception of sources: Ashley Csanady
Deciding when to publish: Zoe McKnight
Judicious editing: Matthew Scianitti
"Malice," and its absence: Elaine Zlotkowski
Minimizing harm: Wendy Gillis
"Objectivity": Madeleine White
Personal connections to the story: Amy Smart
"Reportage": Gustavo Vieira
Reporting "both sides" of the story: Candace Maracle
Reporting established truths: Julia Chapman
Right to a fair trial: Meghan Davidson Ladly
Right to privacy: Christine Dobby
Timeliness: Gilbert Ndikubwayezu
Transparency in presentation: Emily Panetta
Transparency with sources: Liem Vu
Verifying factual assertions: Najat Abdalhadi
Verifying sources' reliability of source: Althea Manasan
What if one side won't talk? Liam Casey

Future pages:
Assessing the public interest in a story

A right to reputation?


Ivor Shapiro
Brian Macleod Rogers