A front-page story tells us that Canada is broken. Is it, or is this exactly how the country was designed to work? And, as a senior editor leaves the CBC, our national broadcaster pivots to audience.
Do journalists need to be protestors to get better access to Wet’suwet’en solidarity actions? Plus, the Teck Frontier oilsands mine withdraws its application and who the media is blaming will shock you – or not.
A look at the ongoing crisis around pipelines and rail blockades, Teck withdraws its plans for a $20 billion mine and Conservative MPs demand justice for Alberta.
Jason Kenney’s War Room sets its sights on that white whale of fake news: The New York Times. And as protests spread, reporting on Wet’suwet’en remains fairly feeble.
Without real reporting from on the ground, on reserve in Northern BC, basic facts will remain unclear
Jordan Peterson’s familial PR team, Christie Blatchford’s legacy, Ezra Levant’s civil disobedience, and the campaign to discredit national protests.
Unpacking the RCMP’s recent crackdown on journalists covering the conflict on Wet’suwet’en territory
Is reconciliation still a possibility when the Canadian government marches armed police onto Indigenous land? It’s time for Canada to grow up. And Canada’s first female PM seems to have the best Twitter game of them all.
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