For shame!

This is a plea to the Canadian media ~ not all of it I hasten to add, just the parts that want to be treated like RT and Xinhua and, in return for government funding, shamelessly spout the Liberal party line. As you, yourselves, admit, there are some serious issues in Canada, right now, today, …

The CBC’s death rattle?

I see in an article in the Globe and Mail that over hundreds of current CBC journalists and personalities, including, it says, “Anna Maria Tremonti, Michael Enright, Bob McKeown, Gillian Findlay, Mark Kelley, Carol Off, Katie Nicholson and Nahlah Ayed” … [and] … dozens of former staff, including Adrienne Clarkson, former Fifth Estate host Linden MacIntyre and …

This …

… is pretty much the consensus forecast for the Canadian economy after we reopen for business. While this …   … is the Trudeau-Morneau response. (Source: The National Post, 14 May 2020.) And, this … … is you and me and our children and grandchildren and even great-grandchildren because, for years, Fiance Minister Bill Morneau …

It boggles the mind

Despite my remarks, yesterday, or, at least as I warned in the last sentence, this is a highly partisan post, it’s a bit of a rant, actually, because I see in an article by Mike Blanchfield of the Canadian Press, published on National Newswatch that Canada’s man-child, trust-fund-kid, limousine-liberal prime minister, Justin Trudeau indirectly compares …

What’s a Trillion?

There is a rather embarrassing (for Liberal partisans) video floating around the Internet. It shows Finance Minister Bill Morneau doing his very best to avoid answering some fairly simple and straight forward questions put to him in the House of Commons, during a session of the Special Committee on the COVID-19 Pandemic, by Conservative pit …

Saving the Canadian media

Daniel Bernhard, Executive Director of the lobby group Friends of Canadian Broadcasting, writing in The Star, says that “By some industry estimates, many of our major media outlets will fail within weeks. Starved of advertising revenues for years, the COVID-19 pandemic will deliver the final blow, especially for newspapers. And with the government now preparing …

How bilingual? (2)

Rosemary Barton, CBC News’ newly-minted Chief Political Correspondent visits my issue of “How bilingual?” in an Analysis (in reality and opinion piece) which could, pretty clearly, have been written by any recent Liberal prime minister’s Director of Communications. (Maybe she’s looking for a new job given that Kate Purchase jumped ship in late December and …

Something we finally do know

A couple of days ago I said that “What we don’t know is … How did PS752 crash, in a ball of fire, just minutes after takeoff? Was it an engine explosion or is the intelligence that Prime Minister Trudeau says he has accurate? Did Iranians shoot it down with a surface-to-air missile?” Well, now, according …

If you’re interested in the CBC …

… the CRTC has opened a consultation on the CBC’s license renewal for English and French radio and English and French TV. You can comment at this webpage: Share your ideas: CBC/Radio-Canada programming. It’s simple and easy to do online: Pick a service ~ 201902800 English radio 201902825 English TV 201902792 French Radio 201902817 French …