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An Open Letter From Furlong’s Accusers to Prime Minister Trudeau
John Furlong’s accusers are asking the federal government to listen to them....
“I Remember John Furlong”
John Furlong, a man accused of abusing aboriginal children, is staging a comeback. His accusers, now grown, have been excluded from national media...
COMMONS
Can I Kick It?
Desmond Cole and Andray Domise talk election fraud, Justin Trudeau, and the TRC.
COMMONS
Residential Schools
We haven't even begun to talk about what happened.
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#102 John Furlong’s Privilege
Laura Robinson has lost her libel suit against John Furlong. The ruling, which could limit the media's willingness to report on abuse allegations, is based on erroneous information. Lawyer William McDowell discusses the possible impact.
Short Cuts
#29 Terrorism is Over/The Crazy Bitch Defense
Freelance writer John Semley on the Toronto Star's Charleston headline and Laura Robinson's ongoing defamation suit against John Furlong.
The Media’s Disgusting Racism and Shameful Betrayal of Laura Robinson
Over forty Native Canadians swear that John Furlong was a racist, violent bully who made the lives of children a living hell. Does The National Post...
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#82 Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
Aboriginal people make up over 4% of Canada's population, but less than .5% of Canadian news stories have anything to do with them. What little we do hear from the media about indigenous people is often negative. APTN is the first, and perhaps the only aboriginal TV network in the world. Jesse visits their Winnipeg HQ and speaks to Karyn Pugliese, APTN's Director of News and Current Affairs.
Journalist Laura Robinson Vindicated
John Furlong has dropped his libel suit against Laura Robinson, the journalist who broke the story of extensive racial, physical and psychological...
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#62 President vs. Freelancer
The President of Ecuador spent his state TV broadcast decrying a 26 year-old Canadian journalist. Then his operatives bullied her out of the country. Now, Bethany Horne tells her story.