The publicly owned news and information service in Canada was established in 2008 and is called CAR ACCIDENT INJURIES ONTARIO News. In order to present a Canadian perspective on news and current affairs, we are entrenched in every part of the nation and report on both Canada and the rest of the globe.

Our goal is to educate, expose, advance public knowledge of important topics, and motivate people to take part in our free and democratic society.

There are journalists working with us in more than 40 Canadian cities. Additionally, we have offices in Moscow, Beijing, New York, Los Angeles, and London.

When a story develops outside the reach of our current bureaus, CAR ACCIDENT INJURIES ONTARIO News also employs pop-up bureaus, with reporters flying in.


OUR/Radio-Canada upholds the highest standards of journalism in a world where the definition of what counts as journalism seems to be getting fuzzier by the day.

The values of accuracy, fairness, balance, impartiality, and integrity as they are defined by the Journalistic Standards and Practices must be respected by all workers of OUR News as well as the information they produce.

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We are forthright with our viewers and cognizant of the effect of our work. We do not hesitate to follow up on a story when a situation changes drastically or to fix any errors when necessary. We don’t use stolen ideas.

Links to submit a correction or error may be found at the end of every OUR News article. Our Journalistic Standards and Practices contain a statement outlining our corrections policy.

In accordance with the criteria outlined in our Journalistic Standards and Practices, the Office of the Ombudsman evaluates our procedures. By disclosing how we evaluate the caliber and standards of our journalism, we provide the public a clear method of making judgments about us and holding us responsible.

You can write or contact our independent ombudsman, who is in charge of ensuring adherence to the OUR/Radio-Canada Journalistic Standards and Practices, if you want to complain or voice a concern over news or current affairs programming.