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Karl Nerenberg | From Syria to Sri Lanka, the Harper government has turned a blind eye to the suffering of refugees. Now it's even cutting health care for those who manage to reach Canada.
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Karl Nerenberg | might stand in the way of the network’s getting compulsory carriage on cable systems throughout Canada, it saw the light it, and made a tepid apology.
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Karl Nerenberg | Barely a week goes by when the Conservative government does not issue at least one press release touting the value of a Canada-European Union (EU) trade deal.
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Karl Nerenberg | On Tuesday, we reported in this space that Levant had delivered an on-air mea culpa to the Roma people. Levant's motive was not a sudden conversion to reasonableness.
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Karl Nerenberg | Jason Kenney might be breathing a sigh of relief that Ezra Levant waited until long after Kenney's refugee reform bill had passed before apologizing on air for comments he made about the Roma.
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Michael Coren
David J. Climenhaga | "No one on television in this country gives as much airtime to pro-lifers," says a Sun News Network commentator in a pitch for support from anti-choice groups.
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Ezra Levant
David J. Climenhaga | Given the CRTC's recent history, we can't count on broadcast regulator not to agree to put the Tory back into regulatory.
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Redeye Collective | Two weeks before Christmas, Jason Kenney released a list of countries that it says are safe. Refugees arriving from these countries will be rushed through the claim process.
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Karl Nerenberg | Hate speech laws, Sun TV and the much maligned Roma people, thousands of whom had hoped they might find a free, tolerant and welcoming home in Canada.
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Karl Nerenberg | Hate breeds hate. Here in Canada, well-rewarded professional ranter Ezra Levant used his pop stand on SUN TV to preach hate against a whole people, the Roma.
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Karl Nerenberg | In his latest sickening and vitriolic rant, Sun TV's Ezra Levant has adopted the hateful anti-"Gypsy" rhetoric of the Hungarian extreme right party Jobbik.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Roma in Canada sincerely hope that when it comes to the refugee reform bill now before them, Senators will take to heart their role as members of the "chamber of sober second thought."