Monthly Archives: November 2019

Think twice about posting once — breaking the fake news cycle | CBC Radio

People share fake news less when they’re prompted to think about its accuracy CBC Radio · Posted: Nov 29, 2019 4:22 PM ET | Last Updated: November 29 A man dressed as “Fake News Media” participates in the annual Village … Continue reading

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How crime pays for police: Possibility of expanding Manitoba’s civil forfeitures raises concerns | CBC News

With forfeiture, there’s no disconnect between enforcement and the benefit of enforcement, lawyer says Ian Froese · CBC News · Posted: Nov 30, 2019 6:00 AM CT | Last Updated: 3 hours ago Numerous police forces across Canada — including … Continue reading

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Winnipeg Police Closing Regional Stations

Nov 29 2019 – Concerned Citizens The WPS budget is now over $300,000,000 or 27% of entire City budget with ovet 85% of that going to salaries, pension and other benefits. So due to their incompetence, fiscal mismanagement and worse … Continue reading

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Supporting information and news sources with trend of being least biased with high accuracy

Image from Nov 28 2019 – Concerned Citizen I care a lot about information and news sources that have a trend of being least biased with high accuracy. This even more important in modern times with social misleadia and … Continue reading

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Recordings reveal details of campaign to attack Maxime Bernier, PPC as racists before election | CBC News

Strategist Warren Kinsella told his Daisy Group employees ‘Hamish and Walsh’ would be asking about results Andrea Bellemare, Kaleigh Rogers · CBC News · Posted: Nov 26, 2019 2:00 PM ET | Last Updated: November 26 New details have emerged … Continue reading

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The CRTC is holding public consultations about the CBC’s content and news coverage

(Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press) We often hear from people about the quality of the journalism and reporting produced by the CBC. Many have expressed disappointment or frustrations with how the CBC covers political issues and the presence of bias in … Continue reading

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Does this historic quote sum up what is happening in the US today?

Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty When a man unprincipled in private life desperate in his fortune, bold in his temper, possessed of considerable talents, having the advantage of military habits—despotic in his ordinary demeanour—known to have scoffed in private at the … Continue reading

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