Hats Off wrote:Hey, what do you have against my local paper? Actually after subscribing to the paper for over thirty years I discontinued it two years ago and only occasionally read articles on line. I don't even miss it.Signtist wrote:You will hardly find one reliable news source in Canada.
The best you can do is read 3 or 4 and and take the average. That and stay away from the Ottawa Citizen.
And while I may be sympathetic to Sam Oosterhoff's views, I doubt that he will accomplish much along those lines in the political arena.
i've read little bits on each of these points, am interested in how things will unfold.appleman2006 wrote:For those of you that follow such things as of this weekend Canada as a new opposition leader.
Some have described Andrew Scheer as "Stephen Harper with a smile".
He is only 38 years old, younger than PM Trudeau BTW, has a wife and 5 young children.
My gut feeling is that politics in Canada for the next 2 years just got a lot more interesting.
we see so little news from other countries.
there's no excuse for "low information" now, no time constraints, with 24/7 "news" coverage.
however, the "news" industry has chosen to concentrate on repeating chosen sound bites over+over, rather than expanding coverage. for those who view, it must be a lot like riding a stationary bicycle, all that spent energy, getting nowhere.
when news became a manufacturing industry, all semblance of authentic news reporting was lost.