Rafe Mair: "Now comes Gary Mason and the Toronto Globe and Mail telling us that British Columbians are wrong to be proud of caring about their surroundings and taking increasing steps to protect them and that when the likes of ...
While the once-tough mainstream media gives BC Premier Christy Clark a free ride, NDP Opposition Leader John Horgan hasn't done much to help himself, says Rafe Mair.
After many decades, Rafe Mair has cancelled his subscriptions to boring, obsolete, oil-soaked BC newspapers - and he's surviving just fine.
A recent Vancouver Sun editorial titled "In defence of oil industry" shows parent company and partner of the oil and gas sector Postmedia's true colours, says Rafe Mair.
Rafe Mair on the death of hard-hitting mainstream journalism: "The world will get by without Woodward and Bernstein and Edward R. Murrow - but it won't be as good a world, as honest a world."
After selling his papers' journalistic integrity for oil and gas money, how does Postmedia boss Paul Godfrey wind up in the Canadian News Hall of Fame, asks Rafe Mair.
Rafe Mair on Postmedia's marriage to the oil and gas lobby and the lack of responsible journalism from Canada's other establishment media corporations.
Postmedia is in a conflict of interest backing Harper's oil-based economic agenda, warns Rafe Mair.
Rafe Mair continues exposing the shabby journalistic practices of LNG shill and Province video blogger Brent Stafford.
Rafe Mair describes how Canada's biggest newspaper chain, Postmedia, got in bed with an LNG lobby group and PR flack posing as a journalist.