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Today October 7th in history

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Andrew Scheer stands firm under fire on Indigenous rights

October 7, 2019, John Geddes, Macleans

https://www.macleans.ca/politics/ottawa/andrew-scheer-stands-firm-under-fire-on-indigenous-rights/

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer came under repeated fire in the

leaders debate section on Indigenous issues for his opposition to

policies that he said would lead to First Nations blocking pipelines

and other resource projects-often against the preferences of other

First Nations that badly want that sort of economic development.

“There are dozens of Indigenous communities who want these projects to

go ahead because they know that is the key to prosperity,” Scheer said

in one part of a series of exchanges in which Liberal Leader Justin

Trudeau and Green Leader Elizabeth May both pressed him on the question

of how to consult with First Nations on resource projects in territory

over which they have treaty rights or traditional claims.

When Scheer was answering questions from reporters after the debate,

the issue came up again. He stressed that whatever system is put in

place to give Indigenous peoples a fair way to be consulted must

ultimately allow “big projects to get done.” “It will not happen if any

one First Nation can can veto projects,” he said. “That is something

that First Nations leaders and grassroots organizations are concerned

about as well.”

Tags: Andrew Scheer, DougWiki, Elizabeth May, First Nations, Indigenous,

Jagmeet Singh, Justin Trudeau, Ontario New Democratic Party, Perry

Bellegarde, Saskatchewan, Stephen Harper, UN Declaration on the Rights of

Indigenous Peoples, United Nations

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Conservative campaign pulls altered image of Liberals’ policy paper

October 7, 2019, Alex Boutilier, Toronto Star

https://www.thestar.com/politics/federal/2019/10/07/conservative-campaign-pulls-altered-image-of-liberals-policy-paper.html

OTTAWA-Andrew Scheer’s campaign says it altered an image purported to

be a Liberal party policy proposal for the sake of “brevity,” but took

it down after questions were raised about its authenticity.

At a time when concerns have been raised about misinformation and

falsehoods propagating online during the federal election, the

Conservatives edited a leaked 2018 document that listed ideas Liberal

MPs had heard about housing affordability during town hall events.

The original document, only one page of which is available online,

stated an idea that had “emerged” from Liberal town halls on housing

affordability was to increase capital gains taxes on home sales to

discourage people from “flipping” houses. The idea was not endorsed in

the document and its author, Toronto Liberal candidate Adam Vaughan,

said the party did not consider it.

Tags: 2018, Adam Vaughan, Andrew Scheer, Canada, DougWiki, Federal election,

Justin Trudeau, Ontario, Pierre Poilievre, Simon Jefferies, Toronto, Twitter,

Vaughan

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Here are some of the big campaign promises from the major parties so far

October 7, 2019, John Paul Tasker, CBC News

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/major-campaign-promises-federal-election-1.5311181

With two weeks left in this federal election campaign – and with only a

few days until the advance polls open – undecided voters will soon have

to make up their minds as to whom they’ll vote for on Oct. 21.

And the parties are hoping the decision is based not on recent missteps

or questionable decisions but rather on the suite of policy proposals

they have on offer.

So far, the election has been focused on two broad themes: making life

more affordable and tackling the threat of climate change.

Tags: 2005, 2020, Andrew Scheer, Calgary, Canada, Canada Child Benefit,

Canada Pension Plan, Canadian Press, Carbon tax, CBC, Climate change,

Conservative Party of Canada, DougWiki, Elizabeth May, Environmental, Federal

election, Greater Toronto Area, Green Party, Jagmeet Singh, Justin Trudeau,

Mission, Ontario New Democratic Party, Parliamentary Budget Officer, Richmond

Hill, Stephen Harper, Toronto, Trans Mountain pipeline, Vancouver, Victoria

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Insults, accusations fly ahead of tonight’s federal leaders’ debate

October 7, 2019, Kathleen Harris, CBC News

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/liberals-conservatives-misinformation-debate-1.5312125

The Liberals today accused the Conservatives of using campaign tactics

borrowed from the American far right – while Andrew Scheer called

Justin Trudeau’s actions on a potential school strike in Ontario “quite

disgusting” – in the hours before the leaders assemble for the first

English language debate.

Steve MacKinnon, the Liberal candidate for the Quebec riding of

Gatineau, held a news conference in Ottawa to outline a number of what

he called “highly deceptive” claims the Conservatives have made about

Liberal policies. He also said the Conservatives were planning to

launch a website falsely stating the Liberals plan to impose a new 50

per cent tax on home sales.

That website went live shortly after MacKinnon’s news conference.

“Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives are borrowing tactics from the

American far right and from Rebel Media by spreading misinformation on

a vast scale,” MacKinnon said.

Tags: Adam Vaughan, Andrew Scheer, Bloc Qu?b?cois, Canada, Canadian Union of

Public Employees, Carbon tax, CBC, Doug Ford, DougWiki, Elizabeth May,

Federal election, Greater Toronto Area, Green Party, Jagmeet Singh, Justin

Trudeau, Maxime Bernier, McGill University, Montreal, Ontario, Ontario New

Democratic Party, Ottawa, People’s Party of Canada, Progressive Conservative,

Quebec, Rebel Media, Steve MacKinnon, Twitter, Yves-Fran?ois Blanchet

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Jason Kenney has eclipsed Doug Ford as Ontario’s most popular populist premier

October 7, 2019, Martin Regg Cohn, Toronto Star

https://www.thestar.com/politics/political-opinion/2019/10/07/jason-kenney-has-eclipsed-doug-ford-as-ontarios-most-popular-populist-premier.html

By popular demand, Canada’s populist premier has finally hit the

hustings in the heartland of Ontario.

This time, not a single boo – because no Doug Ford. No, we speak of

another right-leaning premier who spoke to adoring crowds last weekend:

Jason Kenney flew in from Alberta at the behest of his fellow Tories,

who cheerfully paid his way while beseeching Ford to stay away. Today,

Kenney has eclipsed Ford as Ontario’s most popular premier

Tags: 2015, 2018, Alberta, Andrew Scheer, Canada, Chinese, Doug Ford,

DougWiki, Etobicoke, Federal election, Ford Nation, Greater Toronto Area,

Harper government, Iraq, Jason Kenney, Justin Trudeau, Kathleen Wynne,

Muslim, Ontario, Ottawa, Queen’s Park, Richmond Hill, Sikh

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Oil and gas lobby’s wish list would increase Canadian greenhouse gas

emissions by 116 million tonnes, according to study

October 7, 2019, David Climenhaga, blogs, rabble.ca

http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/alberta-diary/2019/10/oil-and-gas-lobbys-wish-list-would-increase-canadian-greenhouse

Research published this morning by Environmental Defence Canada

concludes that adoption of the powerful Canadian Association of

Petroleum Producers lobby group’s election wish list would increase

Canadian greenhouse gas emissions by 116 million tonnes of CO2 by 2030.

“In that scenario, Canada’s oil and gas sector would be emitting 311

million tonnes, making emissions from that one industry representing

one-fourteenth of the Canadian economy greater than the emissions of

170 countries in the world,” the report stated.

This goes to the respected Toronto-based environmental group’s

assertion well-funded fossil fuel industry lobbying is the single

biggest barrier to effective climate action being taken by Canada.

Tags: 2000, 2011, 2017, 2018, Alberta, Calgary Herald, Canada, Canada Revenue

Agency, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, Climate change,

Conservative Party of Canada, Environmental, Environmental Defence, Ezra

Levant, Federal election, Globe and Mail, Jason Kenney, Justin Trudeau,

Lobbyist, Ontario, Ontario Superior Court, Ottawa, Paris Agreement, Politics,

Quicky, Squirrel, Stephen Harper, Tim Gray, Toronto, Twitter, United

Conservative Party

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Q&A: Jeff Ballingall, founder of Ontario Proud, on his right-wing meme machine

October 7, 2019, Jason McBride, Toronto Life

https://torontolife.com/city/toronto-politics/qa-jeff-ballingall-founder-of-ontario-proud-on-his-right-wing-meme-machine/

You also run BC Proud and last year launched Canada Proud to oust

Trudeau. What’s wrong with the Trudeau government?

The corruption. Look at how the political establishment helped

SNC-Lavalin. If Stephen Harper was helping a corrupt Alberta oil

company, imagine what people would be doing right now.

Ontario Proud has received about half a million dollars in donations,

mostly from developers like Peter Gilgan’s Mattamy Homes. Who’s

bankrolling Canada Proud?

Tags: 2016, Alberta, Bob Rae, Canada Proud, Conservative Party of Canada,

Doug Ford, DougWiki, Facebook, Iraq, Jeff Ballingall, John Tory, Justin

Trudeau, Kathleen Wynne, Mattamy Homes, Mike Harris, Ontario, Ontario Proud,

Politics, Progressive Conservative, Sarnia, SNC Lavalin, Stephen Harper, Tim

Hudak, Trudeau government

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Silence on Indigenous issues ‘speaks volumes’

October 7, 2019, Canadian Press, Brampton Guardian

https://www.bramptonguardian.com/news-story/9632768-silence-on-indigenous-issues-speaks-volumes-/

Three of the four main political parties – the Liberals, Greens and NDP

– have released their full platforms, and each of them does include

promises aimed at Indigenous peoples. All three are pledging to

implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous

Peoples (UNDRIP) and to lift all drinking water advisories.

Between them, there are also promises of:

– improved access to mental health and addictions services;

Tags: 2015, Canada, Canadian Press, DougWiki, First Nations, Independent,

Indigenous, Inuit, Jane Philpott, Jody Wilson-Raybould, Justin Trudeau,

Montreal, Ontario New Democratic Party, Perry Bellegarde, SNC Lavalin,

Stephen Harper, Thunder Bay, Trudeau government, Truth and Reconciliation

Commission, Twitter, UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,

United Nations, University of Toronto, University of Victoria

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When Rebel Media Reporters Fake Being Trans, They’re Not Doing Journalism

October 7, 2016, Al Donato, Torontoist

https://torontoist.com/2016/10/when-rebel-reporters-fake-being-trans-theyre-not-doing-journalism/

Remember when I said writing about Jordan Peterson was a trap? This,

right here, is stepping into a snare.

For those who don’t keep up with Rebel Media, the Ezra Levant-led

online outlet born after Sun TV shut down, reporter Lauren Southern was

on-site at a University of Toronto teach-in protest this week. While

non-binary students explained why they found psychology professor

Jordan Peterson’s recent statements harmful, she told attendees she was

trans and interviewed them under those pretenses. Southern, 21, took to

the mic with that pretense, too, taking a speaking opportunity

prioritized by organizers for trans people in order to do so.

Southern’s supporters were on campus too. In a shaky video, a supporter

giggles throughout Southern’s speech. “Man, she has balls,” they say.

“Legally.”

Tags: 4chan, Alt-Right, Daily Beast, David Menzies, Donald Trump, Ezra

Levant, Facebook, Fake, Homophobia, Jordan Peterson, Journalist, Lauren

Southern, Legal, LGBTQ, Muslim, Newfoundland, OSAP, Quicky, Rebel Media, Sun

TV, Transphobia, University of Toronto

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Harper’s Office Backpedals After Banning Journalist From PM’s Malaysia Trip

October 7, 2013, Indra Das, The Narwhal

https://thenarwhal.ca/harper-s-office-backpedals-banning-journalist-malaysia-trip

This past weekend David Ellis, a CTV photo journalist with 28 years’

experience, boarded a plane bound for Malaysia with Prime Minister

Stephen Harper.

Last week Ellis was set to be banned from accompanying Stephen Harper

on the upcoming trip because he asked the Prime Minister an unwelcome

question during a photo op in New York.

Harper’s office backed down after a backlash from the major television

networks, including CBC, CTV and Global News, which questioned the role

the PMO should play in journalistic coverage of Harper’s travels abroad.

Tags: 2006, Australia, Canada, Canada Elections Act, Canadian Press, CBC,

David Ellis, Dean Del Mastro, DougWiki, Global News, Indonesia, Jason

MacDonald, Journalist, Malaysia, New York, Ottawa, Stephen Harper, Toronto

Star, Wikimedia

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DougWiki: https://umbraxenu.no-ip.biz/mediawiki/index.php/DougWiki_Page

RightCite archive: https://umbraxenu.no-ip.biz/rightcite.html

Portable DougWiki download: http://tiny.cc/xdb37y

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Today October 7th in history

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Andrew Scheer stands firm under fire on Indigenous rights

October 7, 2019, John Geddes, Macleans

https://www.macleans.ca/politics/ottawa/andrew-scheer-stands-firm-under-fire-on-indigenous-rights/

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer came under repeated fire in the

leaders debate section on Indigenous issues for his opposition to

policies that he said would lead to First Nations blocking pipelines

and other resource projects-often against the preferences of other

First Nations that badly want that sort of economic development.

“There are dozens of Indigenous communities who want these projects to

go ahead because they know that is the key to prosperity,” Scheer said

in one part of a series of exchanges in which Liberal Leader Justin

Trudeau and Green Leader Elizabeth May both pressed him on the question

of how to consult with First Nations on resource projects in territory

over which they have treaty rights or traditional claims.

When Scheer was answering questions from reporters after the debate,

the issue came up again. He stressed that whatever system is put in

place to give Indigenous peoples a fair way to be consulted must

ultimately allow “big projects to get done.” “It will not happen if any

one First Nation can can veto projects,” he said. “That is something

that First Nations leaders and grassroots organizations are concerned

about as well.”

Tags: Andrew Scheer, DougWiki, Elizabeth May, First Nations, Indigenous,

Jagmeet Singh, Justin Trudeau, Ontario New Democratic Party, Perry

Bellegarde, Saskatchewan, Stephen Harper, UN Declaration on the Rights of

Indigenous Peoples, United Nations

============================

Conservative campaign pulls altered image of Liberals’ policy paper

October 7, 2019, Alex Boutilier, Toronto Star

https://www.thestar.com/politics/federal/2019/10/07/conservative-campaign-pulls-altered-image-of-liberals-policy-paper.html

OTTAWA-Andrew Scheer’s campaign says it altered an image purported to

be a Liberal party policy proposal for the sake of “brevity,” but took

it down after questions were raised about its authenticity.

At a time when concerns have been raised about misinformation and

falsehoods propagating online during the federal election, the

Conservatives edited a leaked 2018 document that listed ideas Liberal

MPs had heard about housing affordability during town hall events.

The original document, only one page of which is available online,

stated an idea that had “emerged” from Liberal town halls on housing

affordability was to increase capital gains taxes on home sales to

discourage people from “flipping” houses. The idea was not endorsed in

the document and its author, Toronto Liberal candidate Adam Vaughan,

said the party did not consider it.

Tags: 2018, Adam Vaughan, Andrew Scheer, Canada, DougWiki, Federal election,

Justin Trudeau, Ontario, Pierre Poilievre, Simon Jefferies, Toronto, Twitter,

Vaughan

============================

Here are some of the big campaign promises from the major parties so far

October 7, 2019, John Paul Tasker, CBC News

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/major-campaign-promises-federal-election-1.5311181

With two weeks left in this federal election campaign – and with only a

few days until the advance polls open – undecided voters will soon have

to make up their minds as to whom they’ll vote for on Oct. 21.

And the parties are hoping the decision is based not on recent missteps

or questionable decisions but rather on the suite of policy proposals

they have on offer.

So far, the election has been focused on two broad themes: making life

more affordable and tackling the threat of climate change.

Tags: 2005, 2020, Andrew Scheer, Calgary, Canada, Canada Child Benefit,

Canada Pension Plan, Canadian Press, Carbon tax, CBC, Climate change,

Conservative Party of Canada, DougWiki, Elizabeth May, Environmental, Federal

election, Greater Toronto Area, Green Party, Jagmeet Singh, Justin Trudeau,

Mission, Ontario New Democratic Party, Parliamentary Budget Officer, Richmond

Hill, Stephen Harper, Toronto, Trans Mountain pipeline, Vancouver, Victoria

============================

Insults, accusations fly ahead of tonight’s federal leaders’ debate

October 7, 2019, Kathleen Harris, CBC News

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/liberals-conservatives-misinformation-debate-1.5312125

The Liberals today accused the Conservatives of using campaign tactics

borrowed from the American far right – while Andrew Scheer called

Justin Trudeau’s actions on a potential school strike in Ontario “quite

disgusting” – in the hours before the leaders assemble for the first

English language debate.

Steve MacKinnon, the Liberal candidate for the Quebec riding of

Gatineau, held a news conference in Ottawa to outline a number of what

he called “highly deceptive” claims the Conservatives have made about

Liberal policies. He also said the Conservatives were planning to

launch a website falsely stating the Liberals plan to impose a new 50

per cent tax on home sales.

That website went live shortly after MacKinnon’s news conference.

“Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives are borrowing tactics from the

American far right and from Rebel Media by spreading misinformation on

a vast scale,” MacKinnon said.

Tags: Adam Vaughan, Andrew Scheer, Bloc Qu?b?cois, Canada, Canadian Union of

Public Employees, Carbon tax, CBC, Doug Ford, DougWiki, Elizabeth May,

Federal election, Greater Toronto Area, Green Party, Jagmeet Singh, Justin

Trudeau, Maxime Bernier, McGill University, Montreal, Ontario, Ontario New

Democratic Party, Ottawa, People’s Party of Canada, Progressive Conservative,

Quebec, Rebel Media, Steve MacKinnon, Twitter, Yves-Fran?ois Blanchet

============================

Jason Kenney has eclipsed Doug Ford as Ontario’s most popular populist premier

October 7, 2019, Martin Regg Cohn, Toronto Star

https://www.thestar.com/politics/political-opinion/2019/10/07/jason-kenney-has-eclipsed-doug-ford-as-ontarios-most-popular-populist-premier.html

By popular demand, Canada’s populist premier has finally hit the

hustings in the heartland of Ontario.

This time, not a single boo – because no Doug Ford. No, we speak of

Jason Kenney flew in from Alberta at the behest of his fellow Tories,

who cheerfully paid his way while beseeching Ford to stay away. Today,

Kenney has eclipsed Ford as Ontario’s most popular premier

Tags: 2015, 2018, Alberta, Andrew Scheer, Canada, Chinese, Doug Ford,

DougWiki, Etobicoke, Federal election, Ford Nation, Greater Toronto Area,

Harper government, Iraq, Jason Kenney, Justin Trudeau, Kathleen Wynne,

Muslim, Ontario, Ottawa, Queen’s Park, Richmond Hill, Sikh

============================

Oil and gas lobby’s wish list would increase Canadian greenhouse gas

emissions by 116 million tonnes, according to study

October 7, 2019, David Climenhaga, blogs, rabble.ca

http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/alberta-diary/2019/10/oil-and-gas-lobbys-wish-list-would-increase-canadian-greenhouse

Research published this morning by Environmental Defence Canada

concludes that adoption of the powerful Canadian Association of

Petroleum Producers lobby group’s election wish list would increase

Canadian greenhouse gas emissions by 116 million tonnes of CO2 by 2030.

“In that scenario, Canada’s oil and gas sector would be emitting 311

million tonnes, making emissions from that one industry representing

one-fourteenth of the Canadian economy greater than the emissions of

170 countries in the world,” the report stated.

This goes to the respected Toronto-based environmental group’s

assertion well-funded fossil fuel industry lobbying is the single

biggest barrier to effective climate action being taken by Canada.

Tags: 2000, 2011, 2017, 2018, Alberta, Calgary Herald, Canada, Canada Revenue

Agency, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, Climate change,

Conservative Party of Canada, Environmental, Environmental Defence, Ezra

Levant, Federal election, Globe and Mail, Jason Kenney, Justin Trudeau,

Lobbyist, Ontario, Ontario Superior Court, Ottawa, Paris Agreement, Politics,

Quicky, Squirrel, Stephen Harper, Tim Gray, Toronto, Twitter, United

Conservative Party

============================

Q&A: Jeff Ballingall, founder of Ontario Proud, on his right-wing meme machine

October 7, 2019, Jason McBride, Toronto Life

https://torontolife.com/city/toronto-politics/qa-jeff-ballingall-founder-of-ontario-proud-on-his-right-wing-meme-machine/

You also run BC Proud and last year launched Canada Proud to oust

Trudeau. What’s wrong with the Trudeau government?

The corruption. Look at how the political establishment helped

SNC-Lavalin. If Stephen Harper was helping a corrupt Alberta oil

company, imagine what people would be doing right now.

Ontario Proud has received about half a million dollars in donations,

mostly from developers like Peter Gilgan’s Mattamy Homes. Who’s

bankrolling Canada Proud?

Tags: 2016, Alberta, Bob Rae, Canada Proud, Conservative Party of Canada,

Doug Ford, DougWiki, Facebook, Iraq, Jeff Ballingall, John Tory, Justin

Trudeau, Kathleen Wynne, Mattamy Homes, Mike Harris, Ontario, Ontario Proud,

Politics, Progressive Conservative, Sarnia, SNC Lavalin, Stephen Harper, Tim

Hudak, Trudeau government

============================

Silence on Indigenous issues ‘speaks volumes’

October 7, 2019, Canadian Press, Brampton Guardian

https://www.bramptonguardian.com/news-story/9632768-silence-on-indigenous-issues-speaks-volumes-/

Three of the four main political parties – the Liberals, Greens and NDP

– have released their full platforms, and each of them does include

promises aimed at Indigenous peoples. All three are pledging to

implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous

Peoples (UNDRIP) and to lift all drinking water advisories.

– improved access to mental health and addictions services;

Tags: 2015, Canada, Canadian Press, DougWiki, First Nations, Independent,

Indigenous, Inuit, Jane Philpott, Jody Wilson-Raybould, Justin Trudeau,

Montreal, Ontario New Democratic Party, Perry Bellegarde, SNC Lavalin,

Stephen Harper, Thunder Bay, Trudeau government, Truth and Reconciliation

Commission, Twitter, UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,

United Nations, University of Toronto, University of Victoria

============================

When Rebel Media Reporters Fake Being Trans, They’re Not Doing Journalism

October 7, 2016, Al Donato, Torontoist

https://torontoist.com/2016/10/when-rebel-reporters-fake-being-trans-theyre-not-doing-journalism/

Remember when I said writing about Jordan Peterson was a trap? This,

right here, is stepping into a snare.

For those who don’t keep up with Rebel Media, the Ezra Levant-led

online outlet born after Sun TV shut down, reporter Lauren Southern was

on-site at a University of Toronto teach-in protest this week. While

non-binary students explained why they found psychology professor

Jordan Peterson’s recent statements harmful, she told attendees she was

trans and interviewed them under those pretenses. Southern, 21, took to

the mic with that pretense, too, taking a speaking opportunity

prioritized by organizers for trans people in order to do so.

Southern’s supporters were on campus too. In a shaky video, a supporter

giggles throughout Southern’s speech. “Man, she has balls,” they say.

“Legally.”

Tags: 4chan, Alt-Right, Daily Beast, David Menzies, Donald Trump, Ezra

Levant, Facebook, Fake, Homophobia, Jordan Peterson, Journalist, Lauren

Southern, Legal, LGBTQ, Muslim, Newfoundland, OSAP, Quicky, Rebel Media, Sun

TV, Transphobia, University of Toronto

============================

Harper’s Office Backpedals After Banning Journalist From PM’s Malaysia Trip

October 7, 2013, Indra Das, The Narwhal

https://thenarwhal.ca/harper-s-office-backpedals-banning-journalist-malaysia-trip

This past weekend David Ellis, a CTV photo journalist with 28 years’

experience, boarded a plane bound for Malaysia with Prime Minister

Stephen Harper.

Last week Ellis was set to be banned from accompanying Stephen Harper

on the upcoming trip because he asked the Prime Minister an unwelcome

question during a photo op in New York.

Harper’s office backed down after a backlash from the major television

networks, including CBC, CTV and Global News, which questioned the role

the PMO should play in journalistic coverage of Harper’s travels abroad.

Tags: 2006, Australia, Canada, Canada Elections Act, Canadian Press, CBC,

David Ellis, Dean Del Mastro, DougWiki, Global News, Indonesia, Jason

MacDonald, Journalist, Malaysia, New York, Ottawa, Stephen Harper, Toronto

Star, Wikimedia

============================

DougWiki: https://umbraxenu.no-ip.biz/mediawiki/index.php/DougWiki_Page

RightCite archive: https://umbraxenu.no-ip.biz/rightcite.html

Portable DougWiki download: http://tiny.cc/xdb37y

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