Sun News host Ezra Levant violated the broadcasting ethics code when he portrayed Gypsies as being criminals, the Canadian
Calgary's mayor issued a statement Monday, addressing his use of a cliche that sparked a Twitter debate with Sun News Network's
Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi and Sun News Network's Ezra Levant got into a war of words on social media on Sunday. It started
In the June 24 edition of his National Post column, "Full Pundit," Chris Selley singled out a piece by the Calgary Herald editorial board. The Herald was feeling mighty proud of its city in the aftermath of the big flood, especially restrained dignity of its residents. What happened next was a week-long media backlash, and a helpful reminder that context matters.
In his April 11 show, "The Arab Underground," conservative political activist Ezra Levant interviewed a former Israeli army officer to highlight the imparting of homophobia in the government funded Edmonton Islamic Academy. Conservative Muslim parents need to be concerned whether their children are being taught values of tolerance or exclusion.
Recent misfortunes may have left some cruise companies in troubled waters, but that hasn't stopped Ezra Levant from getting
Sun News Network is sailing the high seas and it's inviting fans of the channel to come along for the ride. The news network
Kory Teneycke, the Sun News vice president who formerly worked as director of communications in Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s
Maybe Sun News is seeing the writing on the wall for its application to be a mandatory part of Canadians’ basic cable, because
The Sun News personality known for being unapologetic has apologized for comments he made about the Roma. Ezra Levant took