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Media criticism, news analysis and investigations with host Jesse Brown. The #1 Canadian podcast.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 333 - Could The WE Scandal Take Down Justin Trudeau?

Support us here: canadalandshow.com/join It’s a scandal that could—but probably won’t—take down Justin Trudeau.After swearing otherwise, WE was forced to admit that it paid Justin's mom and brother more than $350,000 in speaking fees.It's triggered an ethics inquiry and a call for a criminal investigation. And all because Canadaland produced the receipts. Jaren Kerr, Canadaland’s former deputy editor, joins Jesse to discuss his 2018-19 investigation into WE Charity—reporting that set the groundwork forthe scandal unfolding now. And Jesse talks about his own reporting, and how it spurred the latest developments in this fast-moving story. This episode is brought to you by Rotman’s MBA Essentials Online and Article.

44 MIN17 h ago
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Ep. 333 - Could The WE Scandal Take Down Justin Trudeau?

Short Cuts #268 - Harper's Is Still Lurking

Support us atcanadalandshow.com/join The press seems to have given the Rideau Hall intruder the white glove treatment, and why on Earth did so many people sign that letter from Harper’s Magazine? Nora Loreto co-hosts. This episode is sponsored by FreshBooks.

47 MIN4 d ago
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Short Cuts #268 - Harper's Is Still Lurking

Ep. 332 - WE Charity: Lawyers, Guns And Money

Support us atcanadalandshow.com/join At Canadaland, we really didn’t expect to find ourselves reporting on the WE organization again. But then it was the focus of the biggest politics story in the country, and we obtained a recording of a strange conversation between one of its founders and a person who was then a senior employee in the group’s Kenyan operations. Jesse sits down with our managing editor, Andrea Schmidt, to discuss what we learned - and how, while we were investigating WE, one of its lawyers had commissioned his own investigation of us. You can read WE’s responses in full here: shorturl.at/eEGH9 And our recent article about the recording (with the full, unedited recording included) here: https://www.canadalandshow.com/crime-and-fraud-at-we-charity-in-kenya/

55 MIN1 w ago
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Ep. 332 - WE Charity: Lawyers, Guns And Money

Ep. 267 - Propaganda, Fascism And Murder: An Alternative History Of The Globe And Mail

Support us atcanadalandshow.com/join The Globe and Mail is now 176 years old. You can read all about its accomplishments elsewhere. Writer Jamie Bradburn takes us through the paper's darker moments. You can read Jamie Bradburn’s full article for CANADALANDhere. This episode originally aired on March 4, 2019.

22 MIN1 w ago
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Ep. 267 - Propaganda, Fascism And Murder: An Alternative History Of The Globe And Mail

Ep. 331 - The RCMP Exists to Control Indigenous People

Support us here: canadalandshow.com/join Karl Dockstader and Sean Vanderklis, co-hosts of the radio show and podcast One Dish, One Mic, join Jesse to talk about the history of policing back to John A. Macdonald, the killing of Dudley George at Ipperwash in 1995, and how it has impacted their lives as Indigenous men. Plus, Karl and Sean spoke with Senator Lillian Dyck about her call for RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki’s resignation. This episode is brought to you by Dispatch Coffee and WealthBar.

51 MIN2 w ago
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Ep. 331 - The RCMP Exists to Control Indigenous People

Short Cuts #267 - Consequence Culture

ESupport us atcanadalandshow.com/join Can you really be “cancelled” if you still have a platform? A look at Margaret Wente, Wendy Mesley, and the Mulroneys. And was the Nova Scotia shooter an RCMP informant? Desmond Cole co-hosts. This episode is sponsored by WealthBar and The New Yorker.

58 MIN2 w ago
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Short Cuts #267 - Consequence Culture

Ep. 330 - A CBC News Anchor On Systemic Racism At Work

Support us here: canadalandshow.com/join Adrian Harewood is a news anchor at CBC Ottawa News and the host of weekly current affairs show, Our Ottawa. This episode is brought to you by WealthBar and SquareSpace.

51 MIN3 w ago
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Ep. 330 - A CBC News Anchor On Systemic Racism At Work

Short Cuts #266 - The Reckoning

Support us atcanadalandshow.com/join Journalists across Canada are speaking out about their experiences with racism in the newsroom. And as Wendy Mesley is suspended from hosting duties, it’s time to reevaluate the language used in news meetings. Jan Wong co-hosts. This episode is sponsored by FreshBooks and HelloFresh.

53 MIN3 w ago
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Short Cuts #266 - The Reckoning

Ep. 329 - The Tyrant's Spin Doctor

ESupport us atcanadalandshow.com/join Lord Tim Bell worked for a rogues' gallery of international clients, and co-founded one of the most powerful PR companies in history. But it all came crashing down when leaked emails exposed Bell Pottinger’s role in fomenting unrest in South Africa to distract from the Zuma government’s corruption. Richard Poplak and Diana Neille were on the team of journalists who obtained those leaks. Their documentary Influence chronicles the rise of weaponized advertising, and the fall of a controversial PR man. This episode is brought to you by Hover and Article. Additional music by Audio Network.

48 MINJUN 15
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Ep. 329 - The Tyrant's Spin Doctor

Ep. 279 - A Forgotten News Lab Predicted Journalism’s Online Future in 1991

Support us here:canadalandshow.com/join InfoLab imagined newspapers' transition from print to digital, creating multimedia digital news in the basement ofThe Hamilton Spectatorback in the early '90s. Jesse talks to its former director, journalistWayne MacPhail, about what the InfoLab did, and why it shut down shortly after Conrad Black’s company bought the newspaper chain. This episode originally aired on May 27, 2019.

40 MINJUN 11
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Ep. 279 - A Forgotten News Lab Predicted Journalism’s Online Future in 1991

Latest Episodes

Ep. 333 - Could The WE Scandal Take Down Justin Trudeau?

Support us here: canadalandshow.com/join It’s a scandal that could—but probably won’t—take down Justin Trudeau.After swearing otherwise, WE was forced to admit that it paid Justin's mom and brother more than $350,000 in speaking fees.It's triggered an ethics inquiry and a call for a criminal investigation. And all because Canadaland produced the receipts. Jaren Kerr, Canadaland’s former deputy editor, joins Jesse to discuss his 2018-19 investigation into WE Charity—reporting that set the groundwork forthe scandal unfolding now. And Jesse talks about his own reporting, and how it spurred the latest developments in this fast-moving story. This episode is brought to you by Rotman’s MBA Essentials Online and Article.

44 MIN17 h ago
Comments
Ep. 333 - Could The WE Scandal Take Down Justin Trudeau?

Short Cuts #268 - Harper's Is Still Lurking

Support us atcanadalandshow.com/join The press seems to have given the Rideau Hall intruder the white glove treatment, and why on Earth did so many people sign that letter from Harper’s Magazine? Nora Loreto co-hosts. This episode is sponsored by FreshBooks.

47 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Short Cuts #268 - Harper's Is Still Lurking

Ep. 332 - WE Charity: Lawyers, Guns And Money

Support us atcanadalandshow.com/join At Canadaland, we really didn’t expect to find ourselves reporting on the WE organization again. But then it was the focus of the biggest politics story in the country, and we obtained a recording of a strange conversation between one of its founders and a person who was then a senior employee in the group’s Kenyan operations. Jesse sits down with our managing editor, Andrea Schmidt, to discuss what we learned - and how, while we were investigating WE, one of its lawyers had commissioned his own investigation of us. You can read WE’s responses in full here: shorturl.at/eEGH9 And our recent article about the recording (with the full, unedited recording included) here: https://www.canadalandshow.com/crime-and-fraud-at-we-charity-in-kenya/

55 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Ep. 332 - WE Charity: Lawyers, Guns And Money

Ep. 267 - Propaganda, Fascism And Murder: An Alternative History Of The Globe And Mail

Support us atcanadalandshow.com/join The Globe and Mail is now 176 years old. You can read all about its accomplishments elsewhere. Writer Jamie Bradburn takes us through the paper's darker moments. You can read Jamie Bradburn’s full article for CANADALANDhere. This episode originally aired on March 4, 2019.

22 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Ep. 267 - Propaganda, Fascism And Murder: An Alternative History Of The Globe And Mail

Ep. 331 - The RCMP Exists to Control Indigenous People

Support us here: canadalandshow.com/join Karl Dockstader and Sean Vanderklis, co-hosts of the radio show and podcast One Dish, One Mic, join Jesse to talk about the history of policing back to John A. Macdonald, the killing of Dudley George at Ipperwash in 1995, and how it has impacted their lives as Indigenous men. Plus, Karl and Sean spoke with Senator Lillian Dyck about her call for RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki’s resignation. This episode is brought to you by Dispatch Coffee and WealthBar.

51 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Ep. 331 - The RCMP Exists to Control Indigenous People

Short Cuts #267 - Consequence Culture

ESupport us atcanadalandshow.com/join Can you really be “cancelled” if you still have a platform? A look at Margaret Wente, Wendy Mesley, and the Mulroneys. And was the Nova Scotia shooter an RCMP informant? Desmond Cole co-hosts. This episode is sponsored by WealthBar and The New Yorker.

58 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Short Cuts #267 - Consequence Culture

Ep. 330 - A CBC News Anchor On Systemic Racism At Work

Support us here: canadalandshow.com/join Adrian Harewood is a news anchor at CBC Ottawa News and the host of weekly current affairs show, Our Ottawa. This episode is brought to you by WealthBar and SquareSpace.

51 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Ep. 330 - A CBC News Anchor On Systemic Racism At Work

Short Cuts #266 - The Reckoning

Support us atcanadalandshow.com/join Journalists across Canada are speaking out about their experiences with racism in the newsroom. And as Wendy Mesley is suspended from hosting duties, it’s time to reevaluate the language used in news meetings. Jan Wong co-hosts. This episode is sponsored by FreshBooks and HelloFresh.

53 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Short Cuts #266 - The Reckoning

Ep. 329 - The Tyrant's Spin Doctor

ESupport us atcanadalandshow.com/join Lord Tim Bell worked for a rogues' gallery of international clients, and co-founded one of the most powerful PR companies in history. But it all came crashing down when leaked emails exposed Bell Pottinger’s role in fomenting unrest in South Africa to distract from the Zuma government’s corruption. Richard Poplak and Diana Neille were on the team of journalists who obtained those leaks. Their documentary Influence chronicles the rise of weaponized advertising, and the fall of a controversial PR man. This episode is brought to you by Hover and Article. Additional music by Audio Network.

48 MINJUN 15
Comments
Ep. 329 - The Tyrant's Spin Doctor

Ep. 279 - A Forgotten News Lab Predicted Journalism’s Online Future in 1991

Support us here:canadalandshow.com/join InfoLab imagined newspapers' transition from print to digital, creating multimedia digital news in the basement ofThe Hamilton Spectatorback in the early '90s. Jesse talks to its former director, journalistWayne MacPhail, about what the InfoLab did, and why it shut down shortly after Conrad Black’s company bought the newspaper chain. This episode originally aired on May 27, 2019.

40 MINJUN 11
Comments
Ep. 279 - A Forgotten News Lab Predicted Journalism’s Online Future in 1991
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