J-Links for June 15: Police, protester altercation exposed; CTV reporter has passed away; journos kicked out of Romney event

 

In Canadian media:

Student press captured altercation between police and protestor that made front page news

 

In Canadian media:

Student press captured altercation between police and protestor that made front page news

On June 8, La Presse published a photo of a student protestor getting hit with a baton by a police officer. The photo portrayed the controversies between protestors and police officers during the Montreal student protests. The exact moments before the protestor was hit was caught on camera by student papers Le Délit from McGill University and The Link from Concordia University, as well as a freelance journalist.

Scott Stinson: CBC’s Layton biopic fuels the fire for CBC critics

The National Post’s Scott Stinson says that the CBC commissioned Jack Layton biopic is “catnip” for those who accuse the CBC of having a liberal bias.

Former CTV Toronto reporter dies at 84

Former local CTV reporter and author, Glenn Cochrane, has died at 84. He spent 25 years reporting for CTV Toronto.

 

In international media:

Reporters kicked out of Mitt Romney’s talk at Newseum

Reporters were escorted out of the Newseum in Washington, D.C. following a Mitt Romney talk. The candidate stayed to answer questions but reporters weren’t able to participate or hear his answers.

 

Today’s read:

Armoured car robbery leaves three dead at University of Alberta

Three employees of a security armoured-car company were shot and killed while another is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries. The incident took place last night during a robbery at a group of bank machines on the University of Alberta’s campus in Edmonton.

 

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