Mike Danton was playing in the Stanley Cup playoffs for the St. Louis Blues. And at the same time, he was trying to hire a hitman to kill his agent, David Frost.
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The Campaign to End NDAs
Law professor Julie Macfarlane wants legislation to limit the use of nondisclosure agreements as an all-purpose muzzle
September 13, 2021
“Undeniable”: Sexual Misconduct in the Military
Women in the Canadian Armed Forces have been going on the record about sexual assault and harassment for nearly a quarter century. Why has so little...
May 17, 2021
By Cherise Seucharan
#1 Every Province For Itself
The third wave has shattered any remaining notion that we're all in this pandemic together. And the government commissions a new review into sexual misconduct in the military, just six years after the last one. What will it take for actual change?
May 4, 2021
The Case Of TIFF’s Disappearing Louis C.K. Podcast
After The New York Times published its exposé on the comedian, TIFF scrubbed traces of a love-in at the 2017 festival.
September 14, 2018
By Graeme Gordon
#155 Patrick Brown Totally Has Sisters
Did CTV actually f**k up its Patrick Brown exposé? Can we reverse engineer his crisis communications PR strategy? When can we talk about anything else?