Bryan Adams pulls a Morrissey, an Indigenous ceremony is broken up by the RCMP, and Ghomeshi attempts another comeback.
And this time, he has unnamed investors and the support of a prominent member of the Iranian-Canadian community
Had The New York Review of Books bothered to look into Ghomeshi’s claims before publishing his essay, this is what they would have learned
Sarah Polley talks about how she helped Jesse break a major story.
And she discusses domestic abuse, sexual harassment and assault, and the culture that fuels it.
Breitbart News has convinced concerned Christian families that Ontario’s new child protection laws will bring forth a queer totalitarian state, where parents who oppose their children’s gender identity, will have them forcibly removed from their homes. After tweeting about almost being published in Teen Vogue on June 2, Toronto-based freelance writer, Roslyn Talusan’s call-out of the magazine … Continued
Jian Ghomeshi is back and the nation breathes a collective “Ewww…really?”
A difficult interview with the controversial columnist.
The women who accused Jian Ghomeshi of sexual assault, abuse and harassment took extraordinary risks and gained nothing. If Ghomeshi is guilty, their courage may have prevented others from being harmed by him, and it has certainly emboldened others to speak out about sexual assault and abuse. These women have changed the way people think and talk about domestic violence, workplace harassment and sexual assault.
Today at 12:30, CBC English boss Heather Conway will hold a conference call with reporters to present findings from the independent investigation of the CBC workplace, conducted by lawyer Janice Rubin. Here are some details you may not know, but should:
“I was given the choice to walk away quietly and to publicly suggest that this was my decision.”
That’s what Jian Ghomehsi said in his infamous Facebook post. CBC management offered to stand silently by while he hushed it all up- or so he claimed.
Today, CANADALAND finally had an opportunity to ask the two top executives at the CBC if this was true. Here’s how that went:
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