It's a disastrous figure for a Crown corporation currently in the middle of internal squabbles over a decision to offer sponsored under the CBC banner.
Catherine Tait and her husband live in a $5.4M (CAD) brownstone that she owns in the Boerum Hill neighbourhood of Brooklyn, Canadaland is reporting.
On Twitter this week, Matt Wolf expressed puzzlement on how to even pronounce the word.
The fight for information has been hampered by disruption of House of Commons committees, first by prorogation of Parliament, and then by Liberal filibustering.
Ken Grafton writes that there's a reason that half of Canadians and Americans don't trust the media.
In October, the CBC sent a legal warning to the Western Standard complaining the site had been using the networks "Gem" logo.
Alberta will soon begin piloting point-of-care rapid testing for COVID-19, providing faster, more convenient testing for the disease.
Michael Wagner writes that in 1986, the CBC tried to silence a study about its ideological bias.
The broadcaster's advertising revenue is falling as quickly as its ratings – its 27 stations across Canada combined to an average of 319,000 viewers, 12,000 per...
The State Broadcaster has issued a legal threat to the Western Standard for use of the logo. In response, not only are we not backing down,...