The Globe doesn’t remove articles from its digital archives. If there is an error, the story is corrected to say what is right and to also include a note about what was initially wrong
Apr 29, 2016
The Globe’s Code of Conduct says: “It is unacceptable to represent another person’s work as your own”
Apr 25, 2016
Globe readers have noticed a few inconsistencies lately in whether a politician is called Dr., Ms. or Mr.
Apr 22, 2016
When an offensive error is made, it is not only good to see what went wrong but also to assess the process
Apr 05, 2016
The get-togethers were cited in an arbitration review of Senate expenses by former Supreme Court justice Ian Binnie.
Mar 28, 2016
As graphic as some photos may be, we cannot avoid the truth of what they capture
Mar 24, 2016
Sylvia Stead writes: Tied in with its corollary of not checking, these are the reasons why most
Mar 17, 2016
Adding a little colour and flair to stories may come at the expense of offending readers
Mar 11, 2016
The world of news is in flux – and although there’s a threat to local coverage, the only thing a government inquiry can do is shine a light on the problem
Feb 26, 2016
Sylvia Stead writes that this trial was about much more than just one man accused of sexual assault
Feb 12, 2016
Sylvia Stead has been a reporter and editor at the Globe since 1975, after graduating from the University of Western Ontario in Journalism with a minor in Political Science. She won the Board of Governors Award there in 1974. As a reporter, Sylvia covered courts, education and Queen's Park. She has served as National Editor, Executive Editor, Deputy Editor and, currently, Associate Editor. In those roles, she has confronted journalistic challenges ranging from our coverage of the Swissair crash, the École Polytechnique shooting and the 1995 Quebec referendum to our use of polling and online comments. She was also one of the original members of our Code of Conduct committee. Sylvia is vice-chair of the National Newspaper Awards Board of Governors and on the Advisory Council for the University of Western Ontario's Journalism Advisory Council.