March 3, 2022
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#759 In Our Feelings About Ukraine
Why do stories coming out of Ukraine feel different from other wartime coverage? And we look at the uneven media treatment of those who are impacted by war.
Emilie Nicolas
Host
Sarah Lawrynuik
Senior Producer
Tiffany Lam
Producer

Why do stories coming out of Ukraine feel different from other wartime coverage? And we look at the uneven media treatment of those who are impacted by war. Our French-language correspondent Emilie Nicolas and senior producer Sarah Lawrynuik co-host in Jesse’s absence.

Links:

  • Sarah’s recent piece in the Winnipeg Free Press
  • Emilie’s recent piece in Le Devoir
  • Davide Mastracci writes in Passage about a glaring omission by the media

Sponsors: OXIO, Rotman

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