Right from the top of Rex Murphy’s Saturday column for the National Post it’s clear we’re in for a doozy: the title of his column is “A rude dismissal of Canada’s generosity.” It is about how rude aboriginal people in Canada are being, and how dismissive they are of Canada’s generous apology for almost genociding them. It’s about as close as you can come to calling a group “uppity” in a national newspaper in 2013.
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On Wednesday, whistleblower Chelsea Manning (formerly Bradley) was sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking military documents to Wikileaks. National Post columnist Matt Gurney has some thoughts about her sentence.
The National Post had a doozie of a typo in its headline Wednesday in an article about the woman who was raped at 13 by director Roman Polanski.
Edmonton Mayor Stephen Mandel either has no sense of humour or he is illiterate. Mandel is hopping mad at the National Post for a perceived slight against his city, even though the paper actually made a joke about Calgary — or the Calgary Herald, to be exact. But that didn’t stop Mandel from demanding a […]
People of the Canadian punditocracy, let’s have a chat. Please come in, take off your coats, and have some coffee. What I have to say is going to hurt, but it’s in everyone’s best interest. I promise.
Here are a few ways to get around the Globe and Mail’s metred paywall once you reach your 10-article limit.
The Ottawa Citizen, Calgary Herald and Edmonton Journal are all losing their Sunday editions and the National Post will stop publishing Mondays over the summer, when news consumption tends to drop off.