If I were Steve Ladurantaye’s lawyer, I’d advise him to sue the CBC for constructive dismissal

The campus spirit of shouting down and silencing any opinion you disagree with has spread to the media and non-profit groups.

There is nothing improper in news organizations promoting their editorial opinions or endorsing the party of their choice come election time. It is also fair game for publications to hire writers reflecting their editorial mandate and think tanks to hire those who share their vision.

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  • ontario john

    The socialists that control the media love to talk about freedom of speech, as long as you agree with everything they say. Case in point, is the Toronto Star has already started its Scheer is Hitler efforts. An opinion piece in the Star states that its alright(for now) for the mailman or some other ordinary person to have an opposing view point to leftist issues, but politicians have no right to be against abortion, homosexuality, trans gender rights, or any other leftist cause. As the writer puts it, Scheer may say he won’t push those issues, but he has no right as a politician to even disagree with those issues. Socialism at work.

    • just_one_Sewer Rat_guy

      Да! И ты не забывай этого товарища!

    • Mark

      Who cares what that dyke says? She’s a useless twat that conned the Star into giving her a paycheck.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        Who’s that?

  • just_one_Sewer Rat_guy
  • Ho Hum

    Good advice from a Lawyer although Ladurantaye spoiled any chances in court by wimping out and issuing a long string of profuse apologies on Twitter. In addition to constructive dismissal he could have sued the CBC for defamation for implying that he was a racist in need of rehabilitation.

    https://twitter.com/ladurantaye/status/863529715717591040

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Suing for constructive dismissal is ultimately self defeating.

  • ontario john

    Meanwhile its whiny indian day at the CBC, with non stop stories on various whiny indian complaints. Because thats a story that everybody is concerned about every day. And little Trudeau is briefly back in Canada for the start of the homosexual parades. No way is he going to miss Pride Month. Yes the Toronto TV stations are all excited about the kick off ceremonies at city hall. We even have the NDP leadership hopeful that everyone is excited about, wearing high heels to promote gender equality, along with other men. Although calling men in down town Toronto men, is a bit of a stretch.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      This is Canada.
      Why isn’t pride month in January where it belongs?