Saturday, November 12, 2011

Globe & Mail's reporting, full of errors and plenty of holes

A young Canadian is killed in Egypt and the reporting from our "esteemed" Globe & Mail is so full of holes that the commentors to the article had to fill in the blanks and make the corrections. The name of the victim is wrong, they call him a tourist, then in the same breath they say he was working at the Institute of Canada. What is the Institute of Canada ?

You can expect them now to keep changing the news item with not even as much as an "updated at ____". That's what has happened to the "paid" journalism at the lefty entities in this country, and that is the reason why people are depending on blogs to give them the nitty-gritty.

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