In the face of a global pandemic, it’s hard to focus on anything else.
When police searched journalists’ offices in the Alberta legislature, we wondered how government reporters were faring in the age of COVID-19. And after securing millions from the federal government, Canada’s big newspaper chains are finding new ways to ask for more money.
Andrew “Everybody’s Second Choice” Scheer is no longer the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. OPPO unpacks the latest in Western Alienation and takes a deep dive into the most significant political resignation of the year.
Alberta’s premier wants a referendum on … what exactly? And Justin Ling wants you to calm down about climate change “muzzling.” Plus, meet some intriguing candidates to keep an eye on.
Journalism that exposes racism, homophobia, and election fraud: does any of it matter? All of this and more in a look at the Alberta election. And then a check-in with the Globe and Mail’s Thunder Bay bureau.
Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party is imploding before our very eyes — but the Albertan electorate doesn’t seem to mind much. And who does Justin Trudeau think he’s fooling with a libel threat? Definitely not Andrew Scheer.
The Alberta election was Jason Kenney’s to lose, and with bozos raining down like a nauseating Vesuvius, it looks like he just might. And in the wake of the SNC-Lavalin scandal, there are now 21 MPs who aren’t members of the three major parties. How did it get this way, and what kind of influence can they wield?
In 2008, political pundit Don Martin penned a negative screed against former NBC wartime correspondent and – at the time – Alberta provincial electoral candidate Arthur Kent, aka the Scud Stud.
Convinced that Martin had violated basic journalistic ethics, Kent took him and the CanWest newspaper chain (later Postmedia) to court for defamation of character.
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