#49 Nannies/Indigenous Comments/Collateral Teen
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#49 Nannies/Indigenous Comments/Collateral Teen
The National Post's Ashley Csanady on the Prime Minister's childcare, the CBC closing comments on all stories about First Nations, the teenager at the center of a media firestorm and three puff-pieces in three papers about three powerful people.
December 3, 2015

The National Post’s Ashley Csanady on the Prime Minister’s childcare, the CBC closing comments on all stories about First Nations, the teenager at the center of a media firestorm and three puff-pieces in three papers about three powerful people.

Ashley Csanady’s Twitter: @AshleyCsanady

Chris Hall’s CBC News piece, “Trudeau children’s nannies being paid for by taxpayers” (Nov 30th 2015)

CBC News video, “Why CBC News is temporarily closing comments on stories about indigenous people” (Dec 1st, 2015)

Jesse Wente on Metro Morning discussing the closing of CBC’s comments on articles about Aboriginal and First Nations peoples (Dec 1st 2015)

Jenny Yuen’s Toronto Sun piece with video, “Teen in TTC spat with Muslims tells his side” (Nov 29th 2015)

Linda Diebel’s Toronto Star piece, “How Chrystia Freeland became Justin Trudeau’s first star” (Nov 29th 2015)

Gordon Pitts’s Globe and Mail piece, “Amanda Lang on life after Kevin O’Leary and the CBC” (Nov 26th 2015)

Cam Cole’s piece, National Post “Cam Cole: John Furlong opens up about his lengthy legal battle” (Nov 25th 2015)

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