Category Archives: CBC radio

Mike Gendron

A friend recently sent me information on a Protestant minister of the Gospel named Mike Gendron. I noticed that he had a debate link on his site and so I also heard  most of a debate between Mr Gendron and … Continue reading

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Prejudice: Alive and Well in the Canadian Media?

Quebec academic Richard Lougheed, in his 2009 biography of Charles Chiniquy said that the celebrated clergyman remains Canada’s best-selling author of all time. Though he was world famous and achieve a stature that no one person who works for Canada’s … Continue reading

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Death and Controversy

Last month , Farley Mowat passed away. Numerous Canadian media organizations, including the CBC reported on this. The CBC stated: Farley Mowat, one of Canada’s most popular and prolific writers, who became a champion of wildlife and native Canadian rights and … Continue reading

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The Chicago Tribune and Media- losing our trust?

The Chicago Tribune has, to its credit, decided to do some actual reporting on important things like the fact that CNN has, apparently, been doing a very Mayor Rahm Emanuel-friendly series on Chicago. Under the headline, “Emails show Emanuel aides, … Continue reading

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Bible and Evolution

It is quite strange that religious organizations that profess to be Christian, such as the Roman Catholic Church, also declare their belief in evolution. Especially since the Bible makes it clear that God created the world and the universe in … Continue reading

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Gwynne Dyer and the Church of Rome

Earlier this year, Gwynne Dyer, author, speaker, military historian & independent journalist wrote about the Roman Catholic Church. In his piece, titled in the Japan Times as “Catholic Church is losing battle with modernity”, February 19, he stated of this religious … Continue reading

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The Demise of the CBC?

Oh woe is the CBC. The Globe and Mail reported last week that the Canadian government is taking an interest in crown corporations in regards to their negotiations with their employees regarding their compensation. Apparently this is not going over … Continue reading

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Resignation in the Roman Catholic Church- what does it really mean?

So the big news is that Pope Benedict,  the 16th, (or as CBS news put it: “Pope Benedict VXI”), will resign his position as head of the Roman Catholic Church. This would be the first resignation for almost 600 years … Continue reading

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Paying out to victims of religious abuse- the Roman Catholic shame

Another settlement by a Roman Catholic religious order, with sexual abuse victims, has been agreed upon. The victims were ill-treated in three Quebec schools over a period of several decades. According to Canada’s national broadcaster, “It is believed to be … Continue reading

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Lincoln Vampire Hunter- Give it a miss if you like history

A couple of days ago, I went to see Abraham Lincoln – Vampire Hunter, as it was in my hometown. I had been interviewed by the CBC Radio Daybreak North (B.C.) show about the movie last week so I thought … Continue reading

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