|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Yesterday's announcement by Postmedia, like the one in March by Torstar, is presumably a sign of just how well their deal to kill 36 Canadian newspapers and set up no-competition zones is working out.|
|Blog Robert Hackett, Hanna Araza | If Canadians want a conversation about energy and climate policy undistorted by big oil's outsized influence, newspapers still matter.|
If Postmedia supports press gallery membership for the Rebel, why are Postmedia reporters still in the gallery in Ottawa?David J. Climenhaga | Why do Postmedia's principles apply in Edmonton but not in Ottawa?
Postmedia makes a dubious case demanding right-wing website staff be allowed to join Alberta's press galleryDavid J. Climenhaga | Postmedia proved that the Alberta press gallery is an anachronism, primarily serving as a gatekeeper for a couple of perks for favoured journalists.
|Blog John Miller | One unaddressed problem is that the Sun and Postmedia do not publish their journalistic standards, even though every other major news organization in Canada does.|
|Blog John Miller | The Vancouver Sun's apology after publishing a racist, anti-immigrant op-ed left everyone alienated.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The ecosystem of partisan Conservative propaganda outlets is gearing up for the full-court press to persuade us the United Conservative Party is right and that there is no alternative.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Do the latest changes at the Journal have anything to do with the placement of one of Canada's most right-wing commentators in charge of political coverage at Postmedia?|
|Blog David Suzuki | Those who continue to spread doubt and confusion about climate science are starting to look even more ridiculous with their many conflicting, insubstantial arguments.|
|Blog David Suzuki | Many new and some mainstream media outlets in Canada and elsewhere are stepping up to fill the void in reporting on issues critical to our well-being and survival, but they often lack resources.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Ironic it is. But was the Edmonton Journal's editorial something to do with NDP MP Charlie Angus's letter to Finance Minister Bill Morneau, or just coincidence?|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Think of climate obstructionism in Alberta today as a three-legged stool. Postmedia is one leg, the Kenney government another, and fossil fuel industry lobby groups the third.|
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