Torstar was just sold for $52 million, droves of people were chastised for going to the park, and Jesse opens himself up to some rare scrutiny.
Maxime Bernier, Doug Ford among those who’ve received financial support from Torstar’s new owners
For weeks, we’ve all been trying to flatten the curve. But how do we measure our success if the numbers informing that curve aren’t reliable? And how do the big newspaper chains justify taking government wage subsidies at the same time as laying off staff?
Torstar announced the closure of five papers across Canada, CBC tried to consolidate broadcasts across its radio stations in the North, and Don Cherry returned with an expertly produced podcast.
Members voted down a tentative agreement last week
With the metronews.ca domain set to disappear, Canada’s closed Metro papers fall through the cracks
VerticalScope removed the full list of firearms-related properties from its site shortly after being contacted by CANADALAND.
Another populist businessman turned politician defeats a more-qualified female candidate. Will the Competition Bureau actually do anything other than raid some offices? And does the CBC hate Sikhs? Kieran Delamont co-hosts. Correction: in the original version of this podcast, Jesse incorrectly referred to the Gerald Stanley trial as “the Boushie trial”, which is especially embarrassing … Continued
And why you can’t just blame Google and Facebook for what happened last week.
It’s a terrible week for local news, VICELAND is probably over and the Financial Post fans the flames of climate change skepticism.
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