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Saturday, June 08, 2013

Toronto Union Station waiver rule for journalists criticized

The issue that Metrolinx wishes would go away is getting louder. After the arrest of a Toronto Star photographer last week, journalists from across Canada have been weighing in about the unfair policy of requiring photojournalists to sign a waiver before taking photos at Union Station. The latest article is of particular interest for railfans, because it concludes that "Metrolinx allows casual photography by riders"suggesting that there should be no problems with taking a quick photo before boarding a train. Let's hope so...

Toronto Union Station waiver rule for journalists criticized | Toronto Star

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