“We’re there to ask questions. I think it’s important that we are there to do that for a Canadian outlet”: Simpson
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“There are now three full time Canadian reporters — print reporters — on the ground in Washington. We have 250 reporters at Politico”: Luiza Ch. Savage.
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The media routinely questions the legitimacy of women leaders with metaphors, stereotypes and assumptions. It also has the power to decry the sexism.
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The CEO of American Media Inc., publisher of the tabloid National Enquirer, was reported last week to have been granted immunity by U.S. federal prosecutors.
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John and Brett Hueston, who work at the family-owned Aylmer Express, face charges of criminal obstruction of a peace officer.
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Le groupe Télévision communautaire et indépendante de Montréal intente un recours collectif contre Vidéotron, qui selon lui a manqué à ses obligations en matière de radiodiffusion communautaire.
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Independent Community TV Montreal has filed a class action suit against Videotron for failing to respect its community broadcasting requirements.
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