Canada’s peacekeeping mission in Mali: Who’s fighting and why

Canadian troops will be deployed to the UN mission in Mali by the end of the summer. What are they walking into?

A dummies’ guide to Stephen Miller

Who is the White House advisor popping up all over cable news to defend Donald Trump’s most controversial actions?

Prophetic hindsight: A quiz on the year that hasn’t yet been

Forget 2014. Scott Feschuk looks back on the year ahead

Author Alain de Botton vs. The News

Clever sentences at high frequency about the future of media

What you’ll find on the new

Easier navigation, bolder images and a better reading experience. However you want to join the conversation, we are ready where you are

A free online library of TV news

A nonprofit has created a searchable archive of clips going back three years

The same old story

The same old story?

The News of the World scandal is a lot like the comedy The Front Page, only without any redeeming qualities


CRTC may ease ban on broadcasting false news

Cut-off for public input is February 9


Morning Glory? Not for Kevin Newman.

The one-time host of ‘Good Morning America’ finds the romantic ‘comedy’ eerily familiar


Going, Going…

Newsmakers exits


What’s the saving throw against a chaotic-evil digithief?

Speaking on the first day of the World Newspaper Congress in Hyderabad, India, Rupert Murdoch’s US leader accused the press of being the “principal architect of its greatest difficulty today”. …”We are allowing our journalism—billions of dollars worth of it every year—to leak onto the internet. We are surrendering our hard-earned rights to the search engines and aggregators, and the out and out thieves of the digital age.” [link]