Jen Gerson and Sandy Garossino break down where exactly Canada fits amid the ongoing hostilities between Iran and the U.S., and then discuss the prospect of a royal relocation.
The CANADALAND interview with former Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who targeted the press before it was cool.
Collusion? Obstruction? Why can’t Canadians stay focused on the domestic scandal? And what does the dawn of Apple News+ mean for Canadian media?
Canada’s largest newspaper company shares about 80 per cent of its ownership with controversial American Media Inc.
Jesse talks to Graeme Gordon about his controversial interview with former Rebel personality, current Toronto mayoral candidate, and avowed white supremacist Faith Goldy. Plus Trump’s “off the record” drama with Toronto Star reporter Daniel Dale.
“I think you can make an argument that the president should never be off the record. Everything he says is newsworthy.”
Key player in Donald Trump hush-money scheme has left the board of Canada’s largest newspaper company
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.
Who invited Donald Trump to Justin Trudeau’s nice party? He arrived late and hung over, skipped meetings, vomited in the plants, hid a fish in the air ducts, left early, and then complained about it. How in all of God’s green pastures could he be right about any of his trade policy?
We have reached peak batshit in the Ontario election. Ford suing Ford, octogenarians in “physical altercations” with seventh-graders while illegally campaigning at schools, loopy NDP candidates – and that’s just this week.
And no one, NO ONE, can believe that Trump is following through on his campaign promise to dissolve NAFTA.
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