April 26, 2018
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#164 All Eyes On Us
Why were some people so determined to label the Toronto van attack as Islamist? How is it that U.S. media are capable of breaking key points of developing Canadian stories before their domestic counterparts? And how do you sift through online signal noise to report accurately in the midst of a high-profile event?
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
David Crosbie
Senior Producer
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