The Scope News: December 28, 2015

29 December 2015 / by The Scope News (author)
Happy New Year from The Scope News (photo: Creative Commons )
Happy New Year from The Scope News / (photo: Creative Commons )

It's our last show of 2015. The Scope News will be back will all new live shows on Monday January 4, at 5:30pm. But this week, we're bringing you three of our best stories to sum up our year. First, reporter Serena Kwok chats with Ben Makuch, national security reporter for Vice, about how the media can better report on large terrorist incidents like the November attacks in Paris and Beirut. And Katherine Minich talks to Tari Ngangura, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto, about how Ontario's updated police carding policies still fall short on addressing systemic racism. And CJRU's Jacky Tuinstra Harrison chats with author Ingrid Walter about her recent ebook, all about protecting your privacy online.

Aired: December 28, 2015

Hosted by: Emily Joveski

Produced by: Emily Joveski, Serena Kwok, Katherine Minich, Jacky Tuinstra Harrison.


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