Thursday, September 23, 2021

Can Canadians rely on the mainstream media to be fair, neutral and factual in the upcoming election?

The reality is many of these legacy media outlets, including the CBC, Toronto Star and Postmedia, are dependent on government handouts for their entire existence. These media outlets won’t risk having their funding cut by criticizing the governing party. When it comes to so-called journalists in the legacy media, it gets even worse. Did you know that most journalists in Canada are members of Unifor – the trade union that is actively campaigning against Justin Trudeau’s political opponents?

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