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#91 Paul Watson
Paul Watson discusses his resignation from the Toronto Star, his upcoming article that the Star refused to publish, and his career spent reporting from hot zones.

0:48 – Canadaland’s Q&A with Paul Watson

0:54 – Paul Watson’s blog post announcing his resignation from the Toronto Star

2:20 – Jesse’s video on the CBC News & Parks Canada deal

2:40 – Blacklock’s Reporter’s article

2:51 – CBC News & Parks Canada $65,000 contract details

3:17 – The National’s 2-part documentary: Finding Franklin

4:06 – Jennifer McGuire’s defense

4:22 – Franklin Expedition website on CBC News

6:10 – The Georgia Straight’s article on Royal Canadian Geographic Society partnership with the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers

6:12 – Canadian Geographic’s article on the Royal Canadian Geographic Society partnership with Shell Oil

7:00 – Canadaland’s May Short Cuts episode with Katie Gibbs touching upon the muzzling of scientists

 

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July 19, 2015
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