Some news organizations are joining the British paper in using terms like “global heating” and “climate denier”
It has nothing to do with the coming bailout
Andrew Scheer’s first statement about the terrorist attack by a white supremacist in New Zealand failed to mention a few things… like Muslims and white supremacy. Also, the federal budget was announced and so were the details of that controversial media bailout.
A sour note on a huge investigation into sour gas, coverage of the Liberals’ tax plan and the sneaky way CBC journalists can criticize the CBC.
When Jean Charest was a paid agent of an energy company he had a secret meeting with the government pipeline regulator, who then lied about it.
The energy sector has flooded Canada’s media with money, be it in ad dollars, speaking fees, charitable donations or “native content” partnerships. What this has bought, in effect, is a lack of critical mainstream discourse on oil and the environment. The National Observer has launched to counter this reality. Linda Solomon Wood is its founder, and she speaks to Jesse about her effort.
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