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Time to Act on Online Harassment

Time to Act on Online Harassment

Canada’s news publishers, who employ 3000 journalists from coast to coast to coast, believe that free speech, journalistic freedom, and a strong, healthy, commercially viable, and fiercely independent media ecosystem are all vital to our democracy.
Opinion: It's time to act on online harassment

Opinion: It's time to act on online harassment

'As a business, the news publishing industry remains under threat from unregulated and unchecked social media and online communication service providers.'
Trade Agreements that Work

Trade Agreements that Work

We have had an election. Throne Speech writers and Cabinet makers are putting the final touches on government priorities and selecting the Ministers who will implement the plan. What would you tell them if you had the chance?

Trade Agreements that Work

We have had an election. Throne Speech writers and Cabinet makers are putting the final touches on government priorities and selecting the Ministers who will implement the plan. What would you tell them if you had the chance?
Opinion: Truth be told, sealing the Facebook rabbit hole wasn't all bad

Opinion: Truth be told, sealing the Facebook rabbit hole wasn't all bad

'Facebook went down for a few hours Monday and our collective IQ went up.'
Opinion: Get a second source, different perspective when seeking information

Opinion: Get a second source, different perspective when seeking information

Putting a few search terms into Google might be more work, 'but it's worth it.'
Opinion: Our job is to report the truth — democracy depends on it

Opinion: Our job is to report the truth — democracy depends on it

This National Newspaper Week, it's important to Champion The Truth.
Opinion: Champion the truth by supporting your local newspaper

Opinion: Champion the truth by supporting your local newspaper

National Newspaper Week runs from Oct. 3 to 9.
Letter recommends expanded gun control

Letter recommends expanded gun control

A lot of hunters and gun owners are mad that the Liberals have been reelected, with a mandate to follow through on their gun control commitment.
Journey through COVID to elect new premier

Journey through COVID to elect new premier

Connecting the Dots: There's no vaccine card required to participate in democracy at the polling stations, just wear a mask and follow instructions there. However, masking was not good enough at a meet-and -greet at Oak Lake with the candidate running to become Manitoba's premier.