Canada's in a bad way with China. Has the media prepared us to deal with the growing superpower?
January 20, 2019
#248 The CANADALAND Investigation Of The Kielburgers’ WE Movement
Craig Kielburger founded WE when he was 12 to fight child labour. Now, the WE brand is used to promote products made by children. Reporter Jaren Kerr presents the findings of his 4-month long investigation.
October 15, 2018
Craig Kielburger Founded WE To Fight Child Labour. Now The WE Brand Promotes Products Made By Children.
A CANADALAND investigation reveals that WE is connected to no fewer than three companies known to use child and slave labour in their supply chain.
October 15, 2018
By Jaren Kerr
How Postmedia Defeated A Union Drive At The National Post
Former staff describe the lengths that management went to to keep the newsroom from unionizing
June 6, 2018
By Tannara Yelland
#226 The Great Satan Of The CBC
Richard Stursberg was the most hated CBC executive in recent history. What advice does he have for Catherine Tait, the CBC's new president? And what does he have to say about his own infamous legacy?
April 8, 2018
Student Journalists Caught In Crossfire Of Ontario College Strike
About half of the school papers have stopped publishing.
November 3, 2017
By Robert Hiltz
SHORT CUTS – The Wab Kinew Situation
Indigenous writer and activist turned politician Wab Kinew scored a historic victory last weekend by decisively winning the leadership of the Manitoba NDP.
Only days before the election, however, allegations of domestic assault surfaced. A former partner of Kinew filed charges in 2003. Those charges were stayed in 2004.
How has the media handled this story, and who pushed the court records to the press? Was it, in fact, someone from his own party?
The National Post’s Jen Gerson joins us.
September 21, 2017
Chronicle Herald Employees Back On The Job, Working Alongside Scabs Who Replaced Them
It's been reported that scabs had gotten government communications staff to edit their stories.
August 15, 2017
By Maggie Rahr
How striking journalists in Halifax conjured an award-winning digital news outlet out of pluck and spite
May 11, 2017
By Katie Toth
Alberta Magazine Publisher Having Trouble Paying Its Employees
Staff allege payroll turmoil at company behind Alberta Venture, Alberta Oil