In the festive, holiday spirit of Canada's
A spot check on Nov. 19 prompted the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) to order the reactor in eastern Ontario shut down because no emergency power was hooked up for the cooling pumps, a potential hazard during emergencies such as earthquakes.
While Natural Resources Minister Gary Lunn said he didn't know about the issue until two weeks later, on Dec. 3, CBC News has learned that an e-mail was sent to Lunn's office on Nov. 29 detailing the problems.
I believe I speak for us all when I say that this is clearly an appalling breach of the public trust on the part of the CBC -- to outright accuse a member of the Stephen Harper Party of Canada of presenting inaccurate information. This absolutely cannot be allowed to stand; otherwise, who knows where this might lead -- more reporting, more investigation, more uncomplimentary articles. Good God, without proper media controls, we run the risk of, oh, horrific, anti-CPoC news pieces like this from the rancid, communist Toronto Star.
Therefore, I urge all of my regular readers to scour the Canadian media, and ferret out any and all articles that portray the Conservative Party of Canada in a less than positive way, and document such atrocities in the comments section here.
Because only you can prevent liberal media bias.