What is revealed by a deeply unfortunate headline error conflating killer and victim
A year since Charlottesville, mainstream media figures have begun returning to Ezra Levant’s far-right outlet
Former staff describe the lengths that management went to to keep the newsroom from unionizing
In the aftermath of the Toronto van attack, some mainstream media commentary has overlapped with themes propagated by far-right platforms
If he thinks Indigenous people are being cruel to Sir John A. Macdonald, Black should have a chance to see how he’ll be remembered.
The Financial Post published a piece dismissing traditional knowledge as “junk science” — on National Indigenous Peoples Day, no less.
I read the book by the academic who maintains that residential schools were a good idea.
Article making extraordinary claims “had not been properly edited,” paper admits
And the paper’s former opinion editor ain’t happy about it
It is rare that more than a week or two go by without one of Canada’s usual suspects offering up another in a long line of flawed analyses of Indigenous failure for mass consumption.