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How to send sensitive information to Maclean’s

If you have knowledge of wrongdoing at a public agency or corporation, or other evidence you would like to share with a reporter, you can securely send it to us in one of two ways.

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If you have knowledge of wrongdoing at a public agency or corporation, or other evidence you would like to share with a reporter, you can securely send it to us in one of two ways.

1. Signal

Signal is a free, encrypted messaging app. Text messages and documents sent via Signal can only be read by the sender and recipient. They can also be set to disappear after a given amount of time. Read more hereThe Maclean’s Signal number: 647-436-9027

2. Whatsapp

Whatsapp is a free encrypted messaging app owned by Facebook. Messages are not stored on a server so they can only be read by the sender and receiver. Read more about it hereThe Maclean’s Whatsapp number: 647-436-9027

These are both simple and useful tools to help guard your identity. But no application can completely guarantee your anonymity. 

Mail is still one of the safest ways to send information. You can send printed documents or digital files stored on a thumb drive to:

Maclean’s, ATTN: NAME OF A REPORTER FROM OUR MASTHEAD

One Mount Pleasant Road
11th floor
Toronto, ON
M4Y 2Y5
Canada

For general feedback or inquiries, please email us at: letters@macleans.ca

To send a news tip, email us at tips@macleans.ca. send a story pitch or a message to a specific reporter or editor on our masthead page, email them at firstname.lastname@rci.rogers.com.

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