The Los Angeles Times says it no longer prints letters to the editor that say global warming isn’t real; Ezra Levant says that’s cowardly.

Khurrum Awan says Ezra Levant should pay for implying that Awan is an anti-Semite; Ezra says he needs your help / money to defend freedom.

The Toronto Star thinks it’s okay for Rosie DiManno to say that cyclists are “No. 1 on my list of People Who Should Be Shot,” while some say otherwise. The Star’s public editor, Kathy English, says it’s not her job to say that DiManno shouldn’t say that. Somesay English should have said something else.

York University says that Toronto Life’s article about sexual assaults on its campus was libelous; defamation lawyers say that’s “pretty troubling.”

CBC Newfoundland and Labrador says it’s sorry for an article in which John Furlong said some pretty awful things about the Innu of Natuashish.

Globe and Mail publisher, Phillip Crawley, says he wants his readers to earn $100,000 a year; editor-in-chief, John Stackhouse, says the Globe doesn’t turn away other readers, but that the target is not unusual. Still, Lauren Strapagiel says it was “an ‘ouch’ moment for the ranks of Globe readers who don’t own gilded bathtubs filled with money,” while theHuffington Post, doing its best Gawker impression, says, “The Globe and Mail Hates Young People.

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