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#48 Liberal Leaks/Newfoundland Goof/Furlong’s Comeback
Rosemary Barton states incorrect facts about Trudeau's refugee plan. Parliament Hill journos attempt to get into the ring with Cabinet Ministers but the Ministers are on another floor. CANADALAND gets NFLD's ATIP reform "spectacularly wrong." The National Post passes judgement on Furlong's accusers without actually speaking to the accusers. CANADALAND publishes their affidavits. Buzzfeed's Paul McLeod discusses.
November 25, 2015

Rosemary Barton states incorrect facts about Trudeau’s refugee plan. Parliament Hill journos attempt to get into the ring with Cabinet Ministers but the Ministers are on another floor. CANADALAND gets NFLD’s ATIP reform “spectacularly wrong.” The National Post passes judgement on Furlong’s accusers without actually speaking to the accusers. CANADALAND publishes their affidavits. Buzzfeed’s Paul McLeod discusses.

Paul McLeod’s Twitter: @PDMcLeod

Paul McLeod’s Buzzfeed piece, “Someone Gave The Media A Bunch Of False Info About Canada’s Syrian Refugee Plan”

Power & Politics – Full Episode Nov 23rd 2015

Rosemary Barton’s CBC News piece, “Canada’s Syrian refugee plan limited to women, children and families”

Justin Ling’s Vice piece, “Inside the First Standoff Between Media and the Trudeau Government”

Some Reactions to the standoff on Twitter

Jacob Boon’s CANADALAND piece about Newfoundland ATIP reform

James McLeod’s CANADALAND follow-up piece

Cam Cole’s National Post piece, “John Furlong on his long, dark battle against false abuse accusations”

John Furlong’s event description for a speaking engagement for the Vancouver Board of Trade

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