What is going on with Canada’s international relations? With all the recent stories about India and the Two Michaels time in China coming to the front again, reporter Sam Cooper helps break it all down.
Danielle Smith’s Sovereignty Act is like trying to get away with amending the Constitution via a hastily-scrawled Post-it note, flimsily affixed while no one’s looking.
Canadaland publisher Jesse Brown has been asked to stop talking about antisemitism.
Nearly 1.4 million Canadians and almost 50 million Americans are involved in multi-level marketing.
In Canada, the political discourse on the news coming out of Israel and Palestine has given Backbench host, Mattea Roach, some “serious whiplash.”
Journalists report the news. They hear about a story, write it up, verify the facts, and then hit “publish”. Except for the times when they publish someone else’s story…
Quelle est la place des personnes alliées au sein des mouvements sociaux ? Jonathan McPhedran Waitzer se joint à Emilie pour discuter plus particulièrement de son expérience en tant que personne juive qui milite en solidarité avec le peuple palestinien.
As news breaks of a temporary ceasefire in Gaza, Emilie Nicolas and Mattea Roach discuss anti-Palestinian media bias in media as well as look at the deaths of over 50 journalists in the region.
Mary-Jayne Blackmore is one of the oldest children of Winston Blackmore, the most famous polygamist in Canada.
Until just a few years ago, staking a mining claim in Ontario demanded banging physical posts in the ground. Now, you can simply head online and click a square on a map.