Posted on 03 January 2010 by Melany Hamill.
Recently we’ve seen the media fail on some skeptical issues, from the misinformation about the safety of the H1N1 vaccine to the credulous reporting of the assisted communication of a comatose Belgian man. With many news outlets closing their science departments, this could get worse. As active skeptics, we need to challenge these stories with a dose of reality.
Beginning next Sunday, we’re starting a weekly post of our picks of the best and worst examples of Canadian skepticism and critical thinking in the news media. We need your help to find them. Whether it’s a story from a national news outlet, or your local paper, we want to know where the skeptical heroes and skeptical zeroes are. Send your links to email@example.com
If your link is chosen, you will receive all the fame and paparazzi attention that comes along with having your name mentioned on this blog.