The CBC continues to operate in a wasteful, bias manner serving the socialist left wing mandate only while continuing to lose viewers and advertising revenues. Scandals continue. An unsettling, ugly anti Semitic movement has grown in the CBC News operation, history experts will know that this troubling bias can have devastating results for our country. Act now- contact your MP, the PMO and the CBC to stop this frightening socialist anti Semitic driven bias now.

Disgruntled CBC workers continue to confidentially share their stories with us, reports of management snooping, waste, huge salaries for select senior management, content bias, low employee morale continue in 2021 and we will expose these activities in our blog while protecting our whistleblower contacts. We take joy in knowing that the CBC-HQ visits us daily to spy on us, read our stories and to find out who owns our for the Canadian people blog.

One of our most popular posts continues to be the epic Dr. Leenen case against the Fifth Estate (the largest libel legal case ever awarded against the media in Canadian history) yet where no one at CBC was fired and taxpayers paid the huge award and legal costs for this blatant CBC Libel action. Writers and filmmakers -this is a Perfect story for an award winning Documentary -ok - who would fund it and where would it air since the CBC owns the Documentary channel! Can you help? Please contact us.

cbcExposed continues to enjoy substantial visitors coming from Universities and Colleges across Canada who use us for research in debates, exams, etc.

We ask students to please join with us in this mission; you have the power to make a difference! And so can private broadcasters who we know are hurting from the dwindling Advertising revenue pool and the CBC taking money from that pool while also unfairly getting massive Tax subsidies money. It's time to stop being silent and start speaking up Bell-CTV, Shaw-Global, Rogers, etc.

Our cbcExposed Twitter followers and visitors to cbcExposed continue to motivate us to expose CBC’s abuse and waste of tax money as well as exposing their ongoing left wing bully-like anti-sematic news bias. Polls meanwhile show that Canadians favour selling the wasteful government owned media giant and to put our tax money to better use for all Canadians. The Liberals privatized Petro Canada and Air Canada; it’s time for the Trudeau Liberals to privatize the CBC- certainly not give them more of our tax money-enough is enough!

The CBC network’s ratings continue to plummet while their costs and our taxpayer bailout subsidies continue to go up! In 2021 what case can be made for the Government to be in the broadcasting business, competing unfairly with the private sector? The CBC receives advertising and cable/satellite fees-fees greater than CTV and Global but this is not enough for the greedy CBC who also receive more than a billion dollars of your tax money every year. That’s about $100,000,000 (yes, $100 MILLION) of our taxes taken from your pay cheques every 30 days and with no CBC accountability to taxpayers.

Wake up! What does it take for real change at the CBC? YOU! Our blog contains a link to the Politicians contact info for you to make your voice heard. Act now and contact your MP, the Cabinet and Prime Minister ... tell them to stop wasting your money on a biased, failing media service, and ... sell the CBC.

CBC standing behind its report

The government of Canada is calling a CBC report that it is threatening to bring hate crime charges against advocates of a boycott of Israel “inaccurate and ridiculous.”

The CBC, however, is standing behind its report, saying “our reporter and our editors thought it was a strong, original story.”

On May 11 (2015), CBC ran an article on its website by veteran TV journalist Neil Macdonald, the network’s senior Washington correspondent and its former chief Middle East correspondent based in Israel, under the headline, “Ottawa threatening hate charges against those who boycott Israel.”

Read the full story here.

CBC pushes fake news to spur a racial divide

This story, which aired on CBC’s The National – Canada’s third most watched national newscast – and was aired on the much more listened to World at Six radio program was so riddled with holes that it had to be be corrected multiple times on the web and now the state broadcaster will air brief corrections.

But the damage from CBC’s original reporting is done. It pushed a completely false narrative and helped inflame race relations in an already tense situation.

Read the full story here.

CBC’s The National is confusing, well-meaning and maddening

Readers write to me about The National. That would be the usual thing if I write something about CBC’s flagship newscast. But readers now write to me regularly about The National, not just in response to a column.

Mostly, they complain. Often, they’re writing to tell me they’ve given up. They stopped watching because the hour of news is confusing and they don’t feel they’re getting a definitive, authentic roundup of the important news of the day. A constant complaint is that, at the top of The National, two or three stories are presented as the news agenda. Then other stories appear in the lineup, getting brief or extensive coverage, unannounced.

Some long-time viewers are irritated by the use of on-screen text to promote an upcoming story in a certain number of minutes. The appearance of the text is too brief to read, let alone register. Others are irritated by what they see as overemphasis on Indigenous-related stories and content in the mini-documentaries that are featured. The latter complaint isn’t made in a rancorous, dismissive manner. It’s just that some readers who watch The National feel the coverage of wrongs done is relentless. They roll their eyes.

Read the full story here.

CBC in campaign mode

“We pay $1.5 billion a year in taxpayer money [to CBC], who so clearly are in campaign mode for Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax.

Read the full story in Frank Magazine here.

CBC’s Appalling Coverage

CBC’s Appalling Coverage of Israel’s Daring Rescue of Syria’s White Helmets.

Though Israel won widespread praise for its leading role and brave humanitarian efforts in the daring rescue of hundreds of individuals associated with Syria’s White Helmets, our public broadcaster, the CBC, produced truly appalling coverage that maligned Israel’s efforts.

Amazingly, though media outlets wide and far prominently acknowledged Israel’s integral role in the dangerous rescue mission, a report on July 22 failed to even mention Israel’s efforts at all.

Read the full story here.

CBC's efforts to delegitimize Jerusalem’s status as Israel’s capital

A front page “analysis” report by Mark Mackinnon saw the Globe’s senior international correspondent say the following (emphasis added): “That offensive has brought Syrian government troops close to the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights, sparking fears in Tel Aviv that Iranian forces – which are also allied to Mr. al-Assad’s forces – will try to establish themselves in the region.”

In so doing, Jerusalem’s status as Israel’s capital was delegitimized. Tel Aviv is merely Israel’s financial and diplomatic centre, not its capital.

In a similar vein, a CBC Radio report aired on July 6 at 10:00am EST by Beirut reporter Rebecca Collard stated the following (emphasis added): “Tel Aviv has been warning Syrian forces about getting too close (to the Golan Heights)”

As with the Globe and Mail, HonestReporting Canada takes strong issue with the CBC’s and Ms. Collard’s efforts to delegitimize Jerusalem’s status as Israel’s capital as she has implicitly claimed that Tel Aviv is the Jewish state’s capital in her reporting. This is patently false.

Read the full story here.

As the new CBC National rises, ratings fall

The show has been pulling an average of 460,000 viewers on the CBC’s main network since its overhaul, which included the introduction of four reporter-hosts replacing Peter Mansbridge, and a shift to providing deep context on a few key stories rather than a faster-paced review of the day’s events which typifies evening newscasts.

That audience number, provided by the CBC’s research department from the national TV ratings agency Numeris, has held steady over the past five months.

But it is down from the 525,000 average viewership of the 2016-17 TV season, which concluded at the end of last August. And it is off sharply from the CBC’s own projections provided to advertisers, which forecast viewership at a more robust 532,000.

Read the full story here.

CBC Funding Poll

Should the government increase funding to the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)?

See the poll here.

last answered 17 minutes ago
CBC Funding Poll Results


1,600 votes


3,138 votes

Support grows to privatize CBC new poll shows

A poll of 1,996 Canadians by Abacus Data found that 45% of those surveyed support or strongly support selling CBC compared to 34% who opposed the move, while 21% were undecided.

A previous Abacus poll on privatizing CBC found just 33% backed selling off the state broadcaster. This latest poll shows a 12% jump in support and it too crosses party lines. Fully 63% of self-identified Conservative voters back privatizing CBC. More Liberals backed privatization than opposed it, 45% versus 39%.

Read the full story.

CBC abandoning remote northern viewers

The People's Network will soon become The Certain People's Network, pledging to shut down its analog television transmitters in all rural and smaller urban centres effective July 31.

The move will impact the hundreds of thousands of Canadians who still pick up CBC with rabbit ears on the nearly obsolete analog system rather than the digital system available in cities.

Such a decision by a publicly funded broadcaster raises obvious questions of equality. That's particularly true in northern Manitoba, which, according to the Conference Board of Canada, has three of Canada's five lowest median income regions.

Since low-income earners are less likely than other Canadians to have cable or satellite, a vast swathe of northern Manitoba is about to be cut off from television meant to unite our country across geographical and cultural boundaries.

Read the full story here.

CBC Losing Viewers and Ads

CBC ad revenues remain half what they were since the TV network lost NHL licensing rights, says the Crown broadcaster’s latest Annual Report.

The CBC has asked cabinet for an additional $400 million a year in budget funding to offset the loss of advertising: “If you’re not informing and you’re not entertaining, people will go somewhere else.”

Read more here.

CBC Must Report that 2 Dead Palestinians Were Killed By Premature Palestinian Rocket Explosion

In light of new information that has surfaced, HRC (Honest Reporting Canada) has called on to publish new details about the deaths of two Palestinians recently.

On July 15, CBC featured the following Reuters report which stated the following:

"A father and son were killed in an explosion in a building in Gaza on Sunday. But no blame was cast on Israel and police said they had launched an investigation into the cause of the blast.”

As Reuters has subsequently reported, the two Palestinians were killed when under-construction rockets prematurely exploded. One of the individuals is a member of a proscribed terror group and identifies as a commander of a missile unit for the outlawed terror entity the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades.

Read the full story here.

CBC Fails to Mention Dead Palestinian Threw a Grenade Wounding an IDF Officer

Today, HonestReporting Canada filed a complaint with senior CBC editors in regards to a CBC Radio report by Rebecca Collard that was broadcast on CBC World This Weekend on July 14 at 6:07pm EST.

In reporting on recent hostilities between Palestinians (mainly Hamas) and Israel, Ms. Collard stated the following: “Israeli officials say Palestinians fired dozens of rockets into Israel wounding three people in the town of Sderot. The escalation came after an Israeli soldier shot a Palestinian teenager dead during a protest near the Gaza border yesterday. For months Palestinians have held weekly protests on the frontier.”

Ms. Collard failed to mention that the Palestinian teenager who was killed by Israeli soldiers had allegedly thrown a grenade at IDF forces, wounding an IDF officer.

Read the full story here.

The CBC is taking the food off my table

As a subsidized CBC opinion-maker, you ask, what do I think of the CBC’s recent foray into subsidized opinion-making? Well, naturally, I’m torn.

On the one hand, the case for forcing the taxpayer to foot the bill for my double lattes seems to me airtight. On the other hand, in my day job as a paid propagandist for the corporate media I am bound to object to the state broadcaster using the taxes we pay to steal the audiences and the advertising dollars that are rightfully ours. You see my dilemma. The CBC is taking the food off my table that the CBC put on it.

I don’t doubt the CBC’s presence in the marketplace, propped up by $1 billion-plus in public funds, eats into our digital ad sales.

The main reason to cut off the CBC’s parliamentary grant is that the circumstances that once justified it have vanished. In the early days of television (and radio) it was technically impossible to charge viewers directly for the programs they watched, or to exclude those who did not.

Read the full story here.

CBC ombudsman - lack of clarity undermines the accuracy and fairness of the story

Getting it right trumps the deadline
Friday, May 29, 2015

The complainant, Sherry Currie, owns a travel agency in New Brunswick. Her service was the subject of a story because it took over six months to provide a refund to a client for a cancelled trip. The facts of the story were correct but CBC News in Halifax did not wait long enough to get Ms. Currie’s side of the story. The more it is a matter of reputation, the more the effort needed to get the other side.

The lack of clarity undermines the accuracy and fairness of the story. This may not have been an issue had the reporter waited a little longer and made a second attempt to reach you. It is a reminder that in this world of instant communication, there is a need to take the time to do due diligence. Getting it right and providing fair coverage trumps deadlines.

Read the full review here.

CBC ombudsman - the error was a violation of policy

Dalhousie "Gentlemen": An error is unacceptable but it's not a deliberate attack Wednesday, June 17, 2015

The complainant, Robert Harrison, thought CBC was remiss in its coverage of the one dental student who came forward in the Dalhousie scandal. He said the student was not shown proper respect because CBC published erroneous information about him. The error was corrected within a half hour of publication.

The error was a violation of policy but there were no issues of bias.

Read the full review here.

CBC ombudsman - CBC news managers can learn from the mistake

Justin Trudeau's platform: the danger of a paraphrase
Monday, July 6, 2015

The complainant, Marc Poitras, objected to the characterization of a platform speech by the Liberal Party leader as “striking hopeful notes.” He’s right – there was no justification and it appeared to be editorializing in a news piece.

The difficulty here was that since the whole sentence was unclear, it might not have been obvious to you that this was in fact a quotation. It compressed so many thoughts into one short sentence that it lost clarity. It left the impression of bias. I think more likely it is a case of bad writing and editing. CBC News policy also calls for clear and precise use of language:

On this score, the article fails. I recommend CBC news managers review how this happened so that those involved can learn from the mistake.

Read the full review here.

CBC Ombudsman - Context Lacking in CBC News Feature Story

Making the links. Thursday, March 15, 2018

In the wake of accusations of sexual impropriety involving teenage girls against Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore, CBC News provided a feature story about the phenomenon in some Christian fundamentalist communities that encourages marriage between older men and teenage girls.

One of the interviewees was Canadian and described as a member of the Mennonite Brethren Church. The complainant, Mary Bender, pointed out there was no Brethren church in the town where she lived. She objected to her inclusion in the article, her identification as Mennonite Brethren and the link to Roy Moore. She had a point. There was context lacking.

Read the full review here.

CBC Ombudsman - CBC report failed to meet journalistic standards

Writing analysis: Conclusions require attribution and explanation.
Wednesday, May 16, 2018

The complainant, Eric Wredenhagen, Registrar and CEO of the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia, thought an analysis piece regarding the deficiencies in reports about disciplinary actions from various health care colleges was opinion and not analysis. He also said the reporter did not properly identify the purpose of her inquiries.

The report failed to meet journalistic standards because of lack of attribution of the inferences and conclusions drawn.

Read the full review here.

The CBC'S Propaganda War

A damning expose reveals how much Canadian state-run media leaves on the cutting room floor.

The only thing worse than having the biases of the mainstream media inflicted upon you on a daily basis is having to subsidize it. For Americans, to be sure, the rip-off isn't so terrible: the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which funds PBS and NPR, gets $430 million a year from the federal government, which comes to only a couple of bucks per household. In Britain, by contrast, the BBC license fee is now £145.50 ($226) annually per TV-owning family. And in Canada, the CBC receives more than $1.5 billion a year from the Canadian government, which amounts to upwards of $100 per household.

And what, exactly, are Canadian taxpayers paying for? That's the question asked – and very illuminatingly answered – by a new documentary, This Hour Could Have 10,000 Minutes: The Biases of the CBC, produced by James Cohen and Fred Litwin. (The title is a reference to “This Hour Has 22 Minutes,” a long-running CBC series specializing in political satire.) Focusing on two main topics – anti-Israel bias and anti-conservative bias – the documentary consists almost entirely of CBC clips (most but not all of them from news programs) in which we can see these biases in action. To judge by this compilation, the CBC is perhaps even more slanted than the infamously partial BBC – and, perhaps, even more brazen about it.

Read the full report here.

CBC deserving of criticism

Really, letter writers Sheila Clarke, Eric Coates and Ian Taylor are offended at CBC bashing. How fortunate that they can withhold the few pennies to contribute to this fine newspaper, but every Canadian taxpayer is held to ransom to fund the CBC without any choice in the matter. Notwithstanding that only 2% of Canadians watch CBC.

Grow up and keep an open mind! The editorials are an opinion, much like the leftist vitriol frequently spewed forth from the CBC.

If CBC was privatized, yes there would be jobs lost, but only due to ineptitude and excess. A private company does have a bottom line and cannot operate at a loss. That's just plain common sense. Yes, the lucrative salaries, vacations, benefits and pensions so enjoyed by public servants would be trimmed in order to remain in business. It is no secret that there is waste and lack of accountability in every taxpayer-funded entity.

Read the rest of this Opinion Letter here.

CBC The National’s still can’t break top 30 in national ratings

Ten weeks into the CBC The National's revamped newscast, host Rosemary Barton says the program continues to evolve, but internal numbers already show growth in younger demographics and digitally.

“I don’t think we’re satisfied yet, but I think we’re moving in the right direction, and by that I mean we’re trying to push the boundaries a little bit, we’re trying new things. We just keep saying to ourselves, ‘just try it, see what happens.’

Read more here.