About Us


Founded in 1961, Car accident today in Canada’s publicly owned news and information service. We are rooted in every region of the country and report on Canada and the world to provide a Canadian perspective on news and current affairs.

Our mission is to inform, to reveal, to contribute to the understanding of issues of public interest and to encourage citizens to participate in our free and democratic society.

We have journalists stationed in over 40 cities across Canada. We also have bureaus in London, Beijing, Washington, New York City, Los Angeles and Moscow.

Car accidents today uses pop-up bureaus as well, with reporters who fly in when a story occurs beyond our existing bureaus.

You can read updates from our editor in chief and executive director of daily news, Horison Fenson, on this page.

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Analysis — Here, reporters may make observations and draw conclusions based on facts as well as their own experience and expertise.

Opinion — On an exceptional basis, we may choose to appoint certain journalists as columnists. They have licence to express their opinions. To protect the integrity of vehicle news journalism, we will restrict the role of such columnists to opinion and commentary. Their work will be clearly identified as opinion.

First Person — First Person are personal stories and experiences of Canadians, in their own words. This is intended to showcase a more intimate storytelling perspective, and allow people from across the country to share what they have lived through.

When presenting content where a single opinion or point of view is featured, we ensure that a diversity of perspective is provided across a network or platform and in an appropriate time frame.