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Ahead Of The Times: Jezebel Reporters On Investigating Louis CK

Reporters Anna Merlan and Madeleine Davies were investigating and writing about Louis CK well before the New York Times story came out. And they faced a lot of criticism for it.

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Village Of The Sprawling Phoenix: New Models for Local News

Is local media doomed? We speak to three entrepreneurs who are making a go of it with three very different models.

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Jeremy Scahill: Mistrust First, Then Verify

“Objectivity for the sake of objectivity often means make sure that the powerful always get their say. And sometimes Caesar shouldn’t have his say. Sometimes the truth is just true.”

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Out Of My Depth With Adam Gopnik

Adam Gopnik lived out a certain Canadian fantasy. He left the country and became a prominent New York intellectual.

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Daniel Dale

The Toronto Star's Daniel Dale has become one of the most-watched journalists in Washington in part by simply enumerating Donald Trump's lies.

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My Awkward Date With Sarah Polley

Sarah Polley talks about how she helped Jesse break a major story. And she discusses domestic abuse, sexual harassment and assault, and the culture that fuels it.

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It’s The End Of CanCon As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)

Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly had the thankless task of crafting a new culture plan that was sure to disappoint. She is now being viciously attacked by the press.

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Saudi Arabia Is Using Canadian Weapons Against Its Own Citizens And Nobody Seems To Care

Over the summer, videos came out that appeared to show Saudi Arabia deploying Canadian combat vehicles against their own citizens. And it barely made a splash in the Canadian media.

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Blame Michael Enright

Michael Enright got Jesse his first job in radio. He was also CANADALAND’s first ever guest, drinking bourbon and talking shit about the Canadian media. For our 200th show, he’s back to talk about how the media has changed since that day.

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TIFF Is A Monster That’s Eating Itself

Every year, Toronto hosts some of the biggest stars in Hollywood as they debut their new films. But is the Toronto International Film Festival actually good for the city?

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