#306 The Globe And Mail's Hidden Campaign For Government Favours
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#306 The Globe And Mail’s Hidden Campaign For Government Favours
Did The Globe And Mail's editor do anything wrong?

Last week, Canadaland’s new team published a story about how The Globe and Mail’s management repeatedly campaigned the Prime Minister’s office for research-and-development funding and tax law changes that could benefit the paper’s owners. Paul Adams, associate professor at Carleton University’s School of Journalism and former senior political correspondent for the Globe, joins to help unpack the story. 

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December 15, 2019
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