I didn't say the New York Times is right leaning - I do think its centrist - it is often anti-administration - but its not a left wing paper either.
Like I said, there are more outlets than just the CBC - its not even the most watched news station - CTV is.
As for Fox, I've never seen someone on CBC badger and belittle a guest, no matter how conservative, the way that O'Reilly does. No spin zone? Oh please. I listen to CBC radio quite often, and they do have a left bias, but they do have both sides represented.
As for hasselled at the border, it sure goes both ways. I got hasselled as a white anglo saxon business person, travelling for business, with no criminal record and a government security clearance. I have staff who were born in Canada, but because of the colour of their skin, get hasselled at the border on a regular basis.
Like I said, Micheal Coren can't complain about lack of coverage. His columns are carried in newspapers across the country. He is seen on a nightly talkshow. Can West Global owns a TV network and newspapers, and is very pro-Israel, pro Republican foreign policy, pro US business. There is no censorship, self or government imposed. Fox News is broadcasting in Canada, Al Jeezera couldn't make the conditions(no hate speech).
We have plenty of press freedom here(except in wartime) and we do get plenty of points of view. Though we don't have anything like Mother Jones on the news stands. The CBC is not the dominant news organization in the country. In some markets its number 3.
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