Code of Conduct

All contributors (including reporters, opinion writers, editors) to Signal Toronto must follow the journalistic principles outlined in the Statement of Journalistic Principles.

Contributors must use ethical means when gathering information and should not use their work for Signal Toronto as a means of research on topics that are not relevant to a story. Contributors are prohibited from accepting any kind of remuneration or anything else of value from outside Signal Toronto in association with their work for Signal Toronto.

Any attempt to hide a message from an advertiser in a news article is forbidden. Articles in other sections (including features, opinions, analysis, and Q & A and profiles) may be sponsored but must follow this code, the journalistic principles, and identify the funder.

Signal Toronto follows a high standard of fact-checking. Controversial, historical, or information not well documented should be verified with multiple sources and should rely on multiple levels of editorial feedback before publication.