Canadian media

National Observer

Linda Solomon Wood on why she started National Observer

Starting a national online news site is a big undertaking. Why did you get into this? LSW:  I got into it because our coverage of energy and the environment here on Vancouver Observer had gotten...
Canadian media, oil influence, Canadian politics, Linda Solomon Wood

Our Oily Media: Canadaland's Jesse Brown talks to Linda Solomon Wood

How do we free Canadian media from oil-industry influence? Linda Solomon talks to Jesse Brown.

'The Dictator' Sacha Baron Cohen commends Stephen Harper for silencing media

The Dictator, aka Sacha Baron Cohen, applauds Stephen Harper for silencing the media and running an obedient country...and for his styling "wigs".

Canada's right-wing media monopolies move further right

Canadian news reporting and commentary is controlled today by a handful of wealthy families and corporations. Let’s call them the Gang of Seven.

CBC, aka Fox News North

"This sounds like Fox News," Pulitzer prize winning journalist Chris Hedges says, after CBC newscaster's unleashes demeaning personal attack.

How does ethnicity shape Vancouver's headlines?

Join Me in Media, a public dialogue on how to challenge stereotypes and create a more inclusive city through media, on Tuesday, September 13 at the Vancouver Public Library from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.