The violence that erupted in Israel and Gaza this past weekend has spawned a hurricane of misinformation.
October 12, 2023
The New York Times’ wildly popular podcast Caliphate came into question after its central character, a Canadian man who claimed he’d joined ISIS and committed executions, was charged with perpetrating a terrorist hoax.
January 31, 2021
#351 A Uyghur Family Separated By China-Canada Politics
A man imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay for years was released over a decade ago, after the U.S. decided he wasn’t an “enemy combatant” after all.
December 14, 2020
CRUDE #2 – Bombs, Blood & the Battle of Trickle Creek
A family poisoned in their homes. Bombs going off in the night. Shots fired and inside jobs. The story of Wiebo Ludwig is There Will Be Blood come to life. So was he a man of faith facing down the full might of Big Oil? Or a terrorist with blood on his hands?
April 16, 2019
#205 Scheer And Loathing
Andrew Scheer’s first statement about the terrorist attack by a white supremacist in New Zealand failed to mention a few things... like Muslims and white supremacy. Also, the federal budget was announced and so were the details of that controversial media bailout.
March 21, 2019
#229 The Manosphere
How did an online subculture of lonely men inspire the murders of 10 people in Toronto?
April 29, 2018
CBC Increasing Security At Toronto HQ Following “Incel” Threat
User on popular message board had encouraged attack on building
April 28, 2018
By Jonathan Goldsbie
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
#192 15 Years Covering Omar Khadr
Michelle Shephard has been covering Omar Khadr since the beginning. She talks to guest host Omar Mouallem about what the media keeps getting wrong about the story.
July 16, 2017
Alexandre Bissonnette and the evil of normalcy
The media treats white, male terrorists as the exception. Perhaps it should be the rule.