A Growing List Of People Who Have Renewed Ties With The Rebel
A year since Charlottesville, mainstream media figures have begun returning to Ezra Levant's far-right outlet
August 14, 2018
By Jonathan Goldsbie
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
You Don’t Have To Talk About Muslims When You Talk About Mass Killings
In the aftermath of the Toronto van attack, some mainstream media commentary has overlapped with themes propagated by far-right platforms
April 27, 2018
By Steven Zhou
SHORT CUTS – We Support You, Hostile Idiot!
Jagmeet Singh gracefully responded to a racist idiot, which proves he can lead a major political party we guess. Also, racism is totally not a problem anymore, according to the most widely-read columnists in the country.
September 14, 2017
For Future Use: An Obituary For Conrad Black
If he thinks Indigenous people are being cruel to Sir John A. Macdonald, Black should have a chance to see how he'll be remembered.
September 6, 2017
By Robert Jago
Resisting The Post’s Effort To Demean Indigenous Knowledge
The Financial Post published a piece dismissing traditional knowledge as "junk science" — on National Indigenous Peoples Day, no less.
July 11, 2017
By Melanie Lefebvre
#124 Quote Governor General Unquote
Governor General David Johnston issued a mea culpa over his radio interview in which he refers to Indigenous peoples as immigrants.
June 22, 2017
The Racist Rhetoric Barbara Kay Champions As “Courageous”
I read the book by the academic who maintains that residential schools were a good idea.
June 2, 2017
By Melanie Lefebvre
#119 Changing Of The Guard
Hal Niedzviecki and Jonathan Kay have left their jobs. Steve Ladurantaye's been shifted to a lesser role at CBC. And no, we're not finished talking about this yet.
May 18, 2017
National Post pulls down, rewrites op-ed on Muslim charity
Article making extraordinary claims "had not been properly edited," paper admits