In the aftermath of the Toronto van attack, some mainstream media commentary has overlapped with themes propagated by far-right platforms
The Toronto Star goes national, the CBC finally has a female president, and Canada’s left mourns the loss of one of its most stalwart intellectuals
Answers to some of the questions about reporter Raveena Aulakh’s suicide. How much did the Toronto Star know about its “toxic” workplace and what did they do about it?
Rosie DiManno, the Toronto Star’s acerbic and long-serving columnist, was charged with assault this week, according to Ontario Provincial Police. DiManno was charged Tuesday near Bancroft, Ont., according to a police press release. In its statement the OPP didn’t offer any further details, saying DiManno would appear in court July 26. A call to the OPP detachment was not … Continued
David Soknacki is the opposite of Rob Ford: he’s skinny, sober and thoughtful. But is the political press too sensationalized for a candidate with substance to get noticed?
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