The Deplorables that surrounded the Trump presidential campaign have all but disappeared from the mainstream web.
We examine the controversy around stating a plain fact about flight 752. Then, a Royal welcome. With co-host Nora Loreto.
A Canadian cartoonist drew a provocative image of Trump, blithely ignorant of the fatal consequences of his border policy. After it blew up online, the cartoonist was let go from the company who’d published his work for 17 years. And what was with that viral clip of Trudeau getting “snubbed” at G20?
Confusion over “off the record” played a pivotal role in global affairs this past week. So — how does this oft-misunderstood agreement actually work, and why do so many powerful people continue to misuse it?
On The Media was one of the main inspirations for CANADALAND. This week, Jesse meets them.
Trump might lead us into a trade war, Big Tobacco wants your sympathy, the federal budget misses the mark on gender equality and we get some much-needed facts on Sikh politics.
Patrick Brown’s apeshit strategy, Justin Trudeau promises Indigenous people a New Deal, and could Trump happen here?
“Objectivity for the sake of objectivity often means make sure that the powerful always get their say. And sometimes Caesar shouldn’t have his say. Sometimes the truth is just true.”
How did Canadian media cover the mosque shooting in Quebec? With some glaring errors. Here are some handy tips the next time all hell breaks loose. Also, how can the Liberal government critique the U.S. government’s draconian and likely unconstitutional new immigration policies without, you know, calling them out on it? And why are the alt-right up in … Continued
What can Harper-era journalism teach us about covering Trump? CBC Marketplace sold a white power t-shirt. The Rebel really loves manhunts. O’Leary says all his old television appearances were reality TV.
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