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John Gordon Miller | The latest libel suit against Levant, filed by Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East, suggests he never met a fact he didn't distrust.
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Anti-Carbon-Tax Rally
David J. Climenhaga | Saturday's conservative anti-carbon-tax rally got seriously off message -- and the new message it conveyed will be hard for the Wildrose, PC and Conservative parties to shake.
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Missing Mars Lander
David J. Climenhaga | You don't need a calculator to know that if Postmedia keeps losing money at this quarter’s pace, it'll soon be burning through $400 million a year.
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Striking printers at the Vancouver Province newspaper, 1946
Nora Loreto | Labour might already have examples of media that can work.
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Anti-NDP Rally
David Climenhaga | Can you imagine what the reaction would have been even a few days ago if these violent threats had been made against a Conservative politician?
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Tom Kent
David J. Climenhaga | Really, $316 million compared with the airy heights of $3.5 billion starts to sound like Postmedia paid for the value of Sun Media's real estate and not much else.
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Image: Flickr/University of Saskatchewan
David J. Climenhaga | Don't expect commentator Ezra Levant to act any differently, or Sun Media to do anything more about it except issue meaningless apologies, in future.
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Nik Beeson | This week the CRTC is holding hearings into whether Sun News should be given mandatory carriage in every basic cable and satellite package across Canada.
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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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Preston Manning's right wing talk fest  its Ottawa this weekend
Dennis Gruending | Preston Manning has invited right-wingers in Ottawa to plot conservative causes.
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Krystalline Kraus | Sun News Network has made what it calls a "do or die" application to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to be put on basic cable, just like its main competitors.