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National Post pulls down, rewrites op-ed on Muslim charity
Article making extraordinary claims "had not been properly edited," paper admits
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Strong Hearts To The Front
Welcome back to CANADALAND Commons! New hosts Hadiya Roderique, Ryan McMahon, and Ashley Csanady spend their first episode looking into the mostly manufactured controversy behind M103 – a motion to denounce Islamophobia and racism and a push for the Canadian government to set up a committee to look into the rise of discrimination in the country. Also, refugees from countries on U.S. President Donald Trump’s list of banned countries are taking the extraordinary step of trying to cross the border into Manitoba. On foot. In February. What happens to them when they get here and are they just going to shipped back to the States? Finally, the Sixties Scoop was likely something you didn’t learn about in your high school history class. But the courts last week awarded the now-grown Indigenous children taken from their families a victory. … You can find out more about our exclusive sponsor, Wealthsimple here. Follow the show on Twitter.  
The Rebel Claims They Moved Their Rally Due To Threats. The Original Venue Says That’s False.
When asked for proof of the supposed threats, Ezra Levant called our reporter a "sexist pig."
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#107 The Triumph Of Joe Trudeau
PMJT flew all the way to Washington, DC, for a handshake. Not sure if anything else of consequence happened while he was there. Really, the handshake was the key.
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#106 How To Exploit A Massacre
Rebel Media's at it again, this time  seizing on the initial narrative about the Quebec massacre's alleged 'second shooter' like a dog humping its favourite plush toy and refusing to let go.
How to make a lazy narrative fit your desired hot take
When Muslims and their allies believe that a white supremacist is responsible for a tragedy, it's because they want hate crimes taken seriously. When...
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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.