Catherine Porter vs. Ezra Levant: Toronto Star’s “mea culpa” is admirable, but it left out something important — and disturbing

“I was pleased to see the Toronto Star’s public editor acknowledge that one of their writer’s misrepresented me in a recent story.”

  • Lloyd Snauwaert

    So a mea coverup..?..

  • They were caught and were embarrassed.

    That is all.

    No magnanimity.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Looks like Catherine Porter is a liar.
    A super cereal liar.

  • WhiteRabbit3

    Sometimes people get caught in things like this, and survive by coming clean. Instead, Porter follows it up with another lie. Amazing.
    If I was the editor-in-chief of the Toronto Star, I would not be able to trust Porter’s work, and thus have no more need of her services.
    I feel sorry for the daughter, who may feel she’s somehow responsible for Mommy’s problems.

    • I wonder when she gets back from her canoe trip.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        Same time as Brian Williams does.

  • Xavier

    *!* I just noticed what Star backwards was.

  • LauraS

    Ezra is far nicer to the Star than they deserve. Throughout the article, English is mitigating, explaining and excusing Porter’s behaviour. It’s a mea culpa whitewash filled with weasel words. Unless Porter’s next column is her final one explaining why she is leaving and apologizing to Ezra, this column is meaningless.

    Porter cannot be trusted. She should be fired.

    • It was awful in places, but better in some. No idea if they will keep her.

    • dance…dancetotheradio


    • glasnost

      I hope they keep her, she’s a great testament to their credibility.

  • Justin St.Denis

    I expect this from the “mainstream journalists” employed by the MSM to further The Narrative. They are all whores. Cathrine Porter simply established herself as a Cheap Whore very quickly. But in the end, a whore is a whore and ……who really NEEDS whores?

  • BillyHW

    Ezra is a champ.