The Quebec Press Council has upheld two complaints against the Globe and Mail over a story written by Jan Wong after the Dawson College shooting in Montreal in September. The article included speculation about a relationship between shootings in Quebec, language laws and ethnicity issues. The council faults a subjective interpretation of the facts in the story, and the general confusion between factual story and opinion piece. The press release gives more detail, while a La Presse story also discusses the ruling. Both are in French.
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