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Don Duchene | For over 20 years the idea of Nova Scotians having our own educational broadcaster has popped up, in fits and starts, but it has never put down roots.
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Nora Loreto | The CBC Opinions launch is showing that, already, it'll be a status quo-maintaining blog site.
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Karl Nerenberg | Trudeau's pledge to give more money to CBC is welcome. But what ails the corporation will require more than money to cure.
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Stephen Kimber | As a recent CBC Nova Scotia news investigation on campaign financing shows, we still need journalism -- especially publicly funded, public interest journalism.
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Rick Salutin | In the (relative) titillation of seeing public figures drop like bowling pins, it's easy to lose sight of the ball. The ball is CBC management.
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Bruce Livesey | The recent scandals that have plagued the broadcaster, brought on by its incompetent managers and toxic internal environment, further erode public trust in its existence. And that is a tragedy.
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J. Baglow | L'affaire Amanda Lang is just the latest outrage at the CBC. Time to bury the body.
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Nick Fillmore | The CBC is being starved to death by the Harper government. With a federal election less than a year away, Canadians need to know exactly how Mulcair and Trudeau propose to revive and rebuild the CBC.
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Karl Nerenberg | As francophones demonstrate for adequate financing for CBC/Radio-Canada, the Conservatives argue that the Corporation's woes are its own fault. There are practical, feasible funding models, however.
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Miriam Katawazi | The CBC reduces programming, and says its workforce will be 1,000-1,500 jobs smaller by 2020.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Commons mostly ignores the CBC and its huge challenges. Conservatives might hope it will just shrink and disappear. The Senate, on the other hand, has decided to pick up the torch.
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Matt Dusenbury | With Rogers now firmly in control in the Canadian telecom world and its grasp on Hockey Night in Canada, CBC lies bleeding. Canadian media now teeters perilously on the brink of a dark new dawn.