Under attack, the league, which has succeeded on its own terms, has responded forcefully—but not everyone in it has.
A CBC employee told VICE World News the broadcaster is facing an “existential crisis” regarding its treatment of BIPOC employees.
The report, paid for by the Alberta government, suggests climate reporters are part of a coordinated ploy by George Soros and other progressive elites to quash capitalism and distribute climate change propaganda.
Danielle Smith, a former conservative politician, likened her resignation to 'Seppuku', the ritual suicide used by the samurai.
In his resignation letter, Matthew DiMera, rabble.ca's first Black editor-in-chief, said it's "increasingly clear that my contributions have not been valued and that there is no future here for me."
Matt Johnson is not actually an executive at Smithfield Foods.
Norm Pearlstine, who presided over plagiarism and sexual harassment scandals, issued a memo to staff saying "I believe my work is done."
An email to staff said the company is in the midst of an "internal reflection" regarding systemic racism but didn’t provide many details about what that means.
Supriya Dwivedi, former host of The Morning Show, said the news outlet allowed “false narratives about refugees, Muslims, Sikhs, and other targeted groups” on air, increasing the hate she would receive when she corrected the record.
Calling it a win for representation, Filipino millennials are excited to see ‘Blue’s Clues & You!’ host Josh cook with his grandmother.
The longtime New Yorker writer is out.