The president of a union representing CBC employees says she's "deeply disappointed" by comments about the Jian Ghomeshi
What's really woken me up is what CBC exec Heather Conway et al. are not talking about -- at all. Instead of discussing how she plans to inform and entertain Canadians, the executive vice-president of Canada's biggest cultural institution is confessing to the CBC's chief correspondent that BDSM is out of her "comfort zone."
A top CBC executive is defending how the corporation handled the Jian Ghomeshi case, as police investigate allegations of
OTTAWA — Some senators plan to use a committee hearing in Montreal Wednesday and Thursday to question CBC’s union on what
Dear Ms. Heather Conway, In less than two weeks you will be taking over one of the toughest jobs in Canadian broadcasting. Actually, one of the toughest jobs in Canada. Seems you have every qualification necessary to restore the CBC to its former glory as the people's network -- the epitome, the embodiment, of public service.
Do people quoted in newspapers review the stories before they run? Can advertisers legally lie? Are PR people the biggest liars of all? How much does it cost to get a story into The Globe and Mail or the Toronto Star? Who do you pay? Once you start reading, why does the headline have nothing to do with the story?