A new poll suggests that half of Canadians believe the media is purposefully misleading the public to support their own agenda.
In a submission made to the Federal Court on Thursday, a lawyer representing the CBC claimed that the Conservatives exploited the broadcaster’s reputation for trustworthiness when it used the footage and degraded its reputation.
A viewer complained that CTV misrepresented the former president as that he had never claimed that the virus itself was a hoax but rather that the Democrats’ politicization of the pandemic was.
A Liberal MP admitted on Twitter that while an initial legal assessment found that the controversial newspaper The Epoch Times broke no laws, the federal government continues to “look into” the publication.
While US President Joe Biden was being inaugurated on the steps of the Capitol, Canadian mainstream media journalists could barely contain their excitement on Twitter.
A new report has revealed that CBC President and CEO Catherine Tait lives in a multi-million dollar mansion in Brooklyn, New York.
Mattea Merta says the attack on Canadians’ right to worship sets a very dangerous precedent.
While Canada is home to a large number of religions and religious people, some journalists cannot help but deride and attack people of faith.
It’s important to realize that the distrust of media doesn’t happen in a vacuum and the mainstream media themselves are largely to blame for the growing lack of trust people have towards them as an institution.
Critics have accused the Trudeau government of trying to buy out the Canadian media by subsidizing outlets that are struggling to keep their heads above the water.