This list documents working journalists in Canada that have/had at least one family member as a politician/political staffer.
Hospitalizations have skyrocketed, but the media’s use of the phrase “essential workers” or “frontline workers” has plummeted.
They’re the only way the North’s immiseration can be ended, alternatives to extractive industry developed and climate change prepared for.
The CAJ’s effort marks the next chapter of diversity surveys in Canadian media, so it deserves both applause and close scrutiny.
Mainstream media in Canada is owned by a collection of billionaires — but there are alternatives. Here are some.
Here is a timeline of Canada’s climate change commitments, and a breakdown of how widely each one was missed.
Passage has compiled the endorsements 17 newspapers made for each of the 13 most recent federal elections.
The media was responsible for helping create an environment where people begged for war, racist laws and attacks on civil liberties.
On October 15, 2001, Parliament voted 213 to 10 in support of Canada joining the invasion of Afghanistan.