Many countries look on soccer hooligans carrying out acts of violence at events like the European Cup 2016 with askance. Russia is celebrating its football toughs.
The CRTC wants to direct more funding towards supporting local television news, but the industry is worried help isn’t coming soon enough.
Former journalist Arthur Kent — who achieved fame in the 1990 Gulf War, earning the nickname the “Scud Stud” — has won an eight-year war with the Postmedia newspaper chain. A judge awarded Kent a total of $200,000 in damages from defendants Postmedia and former National Post columnist Don Martin for a column that ridiculed […]
Former prime minister Stephen Harper once defined Canada as an emerging energy superpower. The Globe and Mail’s Doug Saunders asks if Canada is ready for the day when oil could be worth $0 per barrel.
Reporting from China, the Globe and Mail’s Nathan Vanderklippe writes that “election season” in that country could account for the ferocious response by China’s foreign minister to a question about human rights there.
After 43 years on the air, Canada AM was given one day to say goodbye before being cancelled Friday by Bell Media.
China’s visiting foreign minister lost his shit at an Ottawa news conference when he heard a question about the thorny issue of human rights.
Toronto Life has a full feature on the great Twitter spat in Toronto involving Stephanie Guthrie, Heather Reilly and Gregory Alan Elliott (“War of the hashtaggers“). It all boiled down to one question: what constitutes criminal harassment in the age of social media?” said the subhead above the byline of Alexandra Kimball. I didn’t find […]
The Alberta NDP government used the first anniversary of its assuming the reins of power from the Progressive Conservatives to introduce Bill C-20, the Climate Leadership Implementation Act.
U.S. drone strikes may have killed the leader of the Afghan Taliban Saturday just inside Pakistan, but the Taliban deny it.