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David Suzuki | Any real comparison between oil sands and lithium batteries shows that oil sands products, from extracting and processing to transporting and burning, are by far the most destructive.
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David J Climenhaga | You can't make this stuff up. You literally can't, as it turns out.
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J. Baglow | Chrystia Freeland covered up her grandfather's pro-Nazi collaborationist past. How could she imagine the truth would not out?
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Wayne MacPhail | Mark Zuckerberg says it's time for Facebook to eschew the current zeitgeist of nationalism, and become a tool for uniting global communities. Say what?
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Humberto DaSilva | Trump calls it fake news. Hitler, the founding father of fake news, called it the big lie.
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Wayne MacPhail | The most powerful battalions battling against Trump's frightening presidency -- fuelled by the hard work of the press -- are fighting it out on social media.
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Linda Leon | How to stop cross-border hate.
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Nick Fillmore | In his new report, Greenspon has the nerve to write that Canada needs mainstream media to protect democracy. Who endorsed Stephen Harper for a fifth term again?
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Meghan Sali | The fake news phenomenon is taking over the airwaves. But what does "fake news" even mean? Is it possible to legislate against it without sending us down a censorship rabbit hole?
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Rick Salutin | Stories about fake news as a major problem, are fake news.
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Redeye Collective | An article in the Washington Post on Nov 4 claimed to present evidence of Russian propaganda in the form of the website Prop-or-Not. Veteran reporter Dave Lindorff calls the article sloppy journalism.
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Wayne MacPhail | When people of any political stripe let dogma defeat data and outrage quell common sense, there are consequences.