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.
But experts aren’t confident that the Competition Bureau will do anything about the agreement to eliminate competition.
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
Buzzfeed’s Scaachi Koul joins Jesse to talk about the Gregory Alan Elliott harassment trial, James Forcillo’s verdict in the killing of Sammy Yatim and the public insults between Postmedia’s Paul Godfrey and Torstar’s John Honderich.
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