September’s CBC Bias Bonanza

By Josh Lieblein Hey, you know what regular, everyday Canadians love to complain about? The CBC and how biased it is. Really! Your clicks don't lie. Not that griping about it will change anything down at the CBC, but we're not going to quibble about that, are we? No sir, the votes are in and … Continue reading September’s CBC Bias Bonanza

We Reviewed All 3,675 Pages Of Complaints To Elections Canada From The 2015 Election

By Josh Lieblein The Trudeau Liberals have chosen to play a game of inches with electoral reform, tossing out plans to convert our system wholesale to a proportional representation model along with then-Minister of Democratic Institutions Maryam Monsef. They've since focused their efforts on trying to undo some of the changes introduced by the Harper … Continue reading We Reviewed All 3,675 Pages Of Complaints To Elections Canada From The 2015 Election

Raving Review: Snowflake’s Chance: The 2016 Campaign Diary of Justin Trudeau-Fairchild, Social Justice Warrior, a Novel by Curtis Edmonds

By Josh Lieblien What if I told you that an American writer and former employee of George W. Bush and Rick Perry published a novel where the protagonist shares the same name as our Prime Minister? Is it a weird coincidence, like how there are different independently-developed Dennis The Menace comic strips in America and the UK, … Continue reading Raving Review: Snowflake’s Chance: The 2016 Campaign Diary of Justin Trudeau-Fairchild, Social Justice Warrior, a Novel by Curtis Edmonds

How Stephen Harper Managed To Not Completely Ruin Relations With Other Countries

By Josh Lieblein During the Harper years, our perpetually anxious media would weep and wail about how Prime Minister Hair-In-The-Fridge was ruining our country's sainted International Reputation despite a complete lack of evidence to support that contention. Now that Trudeau is Prime Minister, it's suddenly everyone else's fault that nations around the world are annoyed with us. The … Continue reading How Stephen Harper Managed To Not Completely Ruin Relations With Other Countries

Raving Canuck’s Guide to the Trudeau Government’s Carbon Tax Smoke and Mirrors

By Josh Lieblein For what seems like forever, the Trudeau government and their provincial allies have been pushing for some sort of pan-Canadian price on carbon. Recall that the current Prime Minister was once of the opinion that the provinces should be left to decide how to make consumers pay. However, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna … Continue reading Raving Canuck’s Guide to the Trudeau Government’s Carbon Tax Smoke and Mirrors

Update on the Long-Awaited Hijab Hoax Story

Late last month I had a conference call with five representatives from the TDSB, a mediator from the Information and Privacy Commissioner, and veteran journalist and author Mark Bourrie from Ottawa, who I asked to join the call because he has extensive experience in filing freedom of information requests. The call ended with us agreeing … Continue reading Update on the Long-Awaited Hijab Hoax Story

A Look at Twitter Engagement in Canada

Last month I published a piece on Raving Canuck that analyzed the Twitter follower counts of high-profile Canadian accounts. Using software from Twitter Audit (not an exact science), results showed the ratio of supposedly real to fake followers varied widely among some of Canada's top Twitter accounts. Several journalists were intrigued enough by the piece to … Continue reading A Look at Twitter Engagement in Canada

Scott Reid’s Partisan Deeds

By Josh Lieblein (UPDATE: JUNE 1, 2018) Well, as I look back over this article as Scotty lashes out at Ontario Proud on Twitter with less than a week to go before the OntLibs get annihilated, I have to wonder: What was Wynne thinking, letting this guy within a hundred feet of her campaign? She probably … Continue reading Scott Reid’s Partisan Deeds

No Solutions In The Wake Of Horrifying Violence In Canada, Just Media Types Shamelessly Acting Self-Interested

By Josh Lieblein Just another A+ week for Canadian media as people were slaughtered indiscriminately at Yonge and Finch and the usual suspects rushed to declare victory for their respective teams. Faith achieves her goal of making trouble for the CBC AND makes this about race.... While Nora is jadedly cool........ .....and Rosemary plays defence … Continue reading No Solutions In The Wake Of Horrifying Violence In Canada, Just Media Types Shamelessly Acting Self-Interested