Is There Bias in Canada’s New Media?

Is there really bias in the news and public affairs media? Well, yes. Not only is there no objectivity in the news, but most of the bias is left-leaning. If […]
Published on December 11, 2018

Is there really bias in the news and public affairs media?

Well, yes. Not only is there no objectivity in the news, but most of the bias is left-leaning. If you hold a dissenting view on gay marriage, climate change, or abortion, you will search the media in vain for your side of the debate.

This is particularly true for our tax-payer-funded media, despite the Canadian Broadcasting Act requiring the CBC to “provide a reasonable opportunity for the public to be exposed to the expression of differing views”.

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