A new book by Richard Stursberg reveals that the plan to offer a labour tax credit for news media has its origins in a Rogers-commissioned report, a dinner with Paul Godfrey, and research funded by industry players
Canada’s largest newspaper company shares about 80 per cent of its ownership with controversial American Media Inc.
David Pecker has been accused of wielding the National Enquirer to protect friends including Trump and Harvey Weinstein. He also helps decide how much Postmedia execs should get paid.
Blacklock’s Reporter recently settled its Federal Court suit against former contributor Dale Smith
A recent radio documentary on assisted dying was originally produced for a company that sells customer-support software.
VerticalScope removed the full list of firearms-related properties from its site shortly after being contacted by CANADALAND.
Scenes from The Battle of the Somme have become ubiquitous in Canadian remembrances of the war.
The review of BlueBlood remains in print, but links to the online version now point to an earlier puff piece
Documents obtained by CANADALAND reveal a plan to create a not-for-profit corporation responsible for maintaining a blacklist of alleged pirate sites.
But experts aren’t confident that the Competition Bureau will do anything about the agreement to eliminate competition.