Many media commentators, myself included, have been critical of the CRTC over the years, but two major decisions have shown lately that the regulators can do the right thing.
It was as if he knew something, saw too far, sensed the horizon of vulnerability, mortality, nullity -– whatever -– that surrounds us all.
Kory Teneycke, former media chief for Stephen Harper, is ready with Sun TV News to take his stinging invective to a larger stage -- and, critics fear, to accelerate the trivialization of our politics.
Is it possible that tourism has reached the end of its life cycle, like, possibly, zoos? Residents in big tourist cities react a lot like animals in cages: pacing, then snarling.
The Trudeau government is taking an important first step forward from the cynical Harper era. During the months and years ahead we will hopefully witness the rebuilding of the CBC.
George and Face2Face host David Peck talk about love, gratitude, celebrity and rebellion and influence, "earned fear," how you can be angry for good reasons, U2 and why poverty is so not necessary.
England used to be the heart of the world's ruling empire. It imposed its self-serving version of "peace" everywhere. Nothing's left now but culture.
Kathy and I talk about social change, catalyzing action, creative activism and choosing love and why fearlessness matters more than we know.
Sometimes it feels like our technical knowledge has smeared us, like a palette knife, across an unfortunate expanse of time.
Trudeau's pledge to give more money to CBC is welcome. But what ails the corporation will require more than money to cure.