Sun News Network hoped to cash in on a regulatory system that protects Canadian channels, but its launch coincided with the gradual unraveling of that system.
When Sun News Network announced it was closing last Friday, cutting 150 full-time jobs, most of the suddenly out-of-work
“Still reeling” from the shutdown of Sun News last week, commentator Ezra Levant has launched his own conservative news site
Crockatt tweeted at Michael Enright, CBC host of The Sunday Edition, after he published an essay titled "Reflections on a
Final Minutes of Sun News from D. Matthew Millar on Vimeo. Well, that's it then. Sun News went off the air this morning, with
Sun News Network went dark at dawn on Friday following a fruitless search for a buyer. "I regret to inform you that Sun Media
I challenge Pierre Karl Péladeau to leave his reign at the head of Quebecor holding his head high; and to make a gesture towards the greater good and the safeguarding of our culture. If he takes the first step, the other ISPs in Quebec, in Canada and one day in the rest of the world won't have a choice but to follow.
Sun News escalated things quickly last Friday when four Caucasian people tried to debate white privilege with a Pakistani
The struggling Sun News Network suffered another blow this week after Canada’s broadcast regulator ruled against it in a
Two weeks ago, Ezra Levant went on a heated, televised tirade where he criticized Justin Trudeau for supposedly "photobombing" a wedding. Levant, most notably, called Justin's father Pierre a "slut," and insinuated similar things about Justin's mother, Margaret Sinclair. Apart from the fact that Levant's rant was inappropriate and completely misplaced, there is a greater picture here that must be considered -- one of even higher magnitude than Levant's derogatory mislabelling of a deceased, former prime minister. Ezra Levant is trying to dispel Trudeaumania from overtaking the country once more.