From copying the CBC website, to claiming female anchors are leaving to start a skincare business, CANADALAND explains the tricks scammers use to target Canadian media consumers
A wave of new operations will be looking to sway voters in the lead-up to this fall’s federal election
Nearly all the funds received by the “grassroots” group came from several large corporate donors
Anti-feminist vlogger Diana Davison was quietly hired to conduct “research” into allegations against Brown
After The New York Times published its exposé on the comedian, TIFF scrubbed traces of a love-in at the 2017 festival.
In 2014, the Toronto International Film Festival turned down An Open Secret. Now, its makers wonder whether the festival may have played a part in upholding Hollywood’s culture of silence.
A man aggressively grabbed a Sun journalist’s hat, the Sun demanded it be a dominant story in that week’s news cycle, and the mainstream media obliged.
The former talk show host wants the case to be heard by a jury in Oshawa
We examine the merits of the claims and the likelihood the threats will result in the filing of actual lawsuits
Big accounts tend to accrue fake followers no matter what. But there are also services that sell them.
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