Canwest’s application for
creditor protection
ends old rumours and starts new ones. Is
this the beginning of a much anticipated conglomerate break-up, or will the
chain simply change hands? In a Globe and Mail online
Q and A
, Carleton University’s Chris Waddell talks about what the
restructuring might look like. ‘Canwest did not
intend to be road kill
’ resurrects past hubris. Town Hall debate: are journalists complicit in the meltdown or innocent
bystanders? Add your two cents and more.    


Canwest’s application for
creditor protection
ends old rumours and starts new ones. Is
this the beginning of a much anticipated conglomerate break-up, or will the
chain simply change hands? In a Globe and Mail online
Q and A
, Carleton University’s Chris Waddell talks about what the
restructuring might look like. ‘Canwest did not
intend to be road kill
’ resurrects past hubris. Town Hall debate: are journalists complicit in the meltdown or innocent
bystanders? Add your two cents and more.    

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Patricia W. Elliott is a magazine journalist and assistant professor at the School of Journalism, University of Regina. You can visit her at patriciaelliott.ca.