CBC blurs line between journalism and Liberal ‘pamphleteering’
State broadcaster continues to struggle with partisanship.
CBC and Rosemary Barton are suing Conservative Party of Canada for copyright infringement
The CBC and The National host Rosemary Barton are suing the Conservative Party of Canada for copyright infringement over the CBC clips used on its “Not as Advertised” website attacking Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and for using CBC debate clips on the CPC Twitter feed.
CBC misinforms Canadians by publishing Manitoba poll with anti-Conservative skew
The CBC has retracted an earlier story which placed the ruling Manitoba Conservatives in a dead heat with the NDP for the upcoming election.
Thousands sign petition calling for CBC to host a climate debate
According to a study released by the Digital Democracy Project, climate change is on the top of the election agenda for most Canadians.
Mainstream media one of the sources of misinformation in Canada, reveals major report
A new research project found that mainstream media outlets like the CBC were one of the leading sources of misinformation among Canadians.
Man dies in Winnipeg police custody—family demands answers
Randy Cochrane was taken into police custody on Sunday. On Monday, he was pronounced dead in a hospital.
RYU: A bold proposal to repurpose the CBC and the Governor General’s Office
Both the CBC and the position of Governor General have slightly problematic roles in Canadian society.
CBC apologizes for broadcasting fake news on the Covington boys, upon request
Host Wendy Mesley issued an apology on air, upon the request of The Post Millennial, for their coverage of the Convington kids.
CBC President bizarrely compares Netflix expansion to colonialism
CBC President Catherine Tait compared the growing influence of Netflix around the world to the colonialism of the British and French empires.