A federal judge confirmed the CBC is a sham, by Candace Malcolm

by Candace Malcolm

True North News
May 14, 2021

Did you know Canada’s state broadcaster actually sued the Conservative Party of Canada last election over the use of CBC footage in campaign ads?

The so-called “fair and neutral” CBC took Justin Trudeau’s opponents to court. During an election.
I’ve been saying the CBC is a sham for the last few years – and a federal judge just confirmed it.

Yesterday, the CBC lost the lawsuit against the Conservative Party. In his decision, Judge Michael Phelan said the CBC did not prove that the Conservative Party harmed them by using CBC footage during the 2019 federal election.

As a result, the court sided with the Conservative Party and ordered the CBC to pay their legal costs.
This appalling, politically-motivated suit showed once again just how anti-Conservative most of the taxpayer-funded media has become.

The CBC receives $1.2 billion annually from the federal government, and yet fewer and fewer Canadians are tuning into the state broadcaster.

Why are Canadian taxpayers on the hook for such an abysmal media organization?
Independent media is more important than ever in Canada. Will you support us?

Unfortunately, it’s not just the CBC Canadians should be wary about.

So-called journalists in the mainstream media are parroting government talking points on a daily basis. Rather than reporting the truth or asking the government tough questions about its pandemic response, these journalists are trying to make hashtags trend on behalf of the Liberal government.

This is what we’re up against.

While the CBC takes taxpayer dollars to finance frivolous lawsuits against their political opponents and the legacy media repeats the government’s line of messaging, True North continues to report on news that actually matters to Canadians.




  1. Sadly the future of the west is increasingly communist and our leaders know better which means they don’t care and want the tyranny.


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