Dong’s Conservative opponent, Hu, didn’t address his allegations, but Hu accused Trudeau’s Liberals of focusing on the globe and not CanadiansView More Liberal Candidate calls Chinese-language Election Flyers “Fake News”
Remarks by the Election Commissioner, Yves Coté, on the potential for foreign meddling, also received coverage in ChineseView More ‘Foreign Meddling’ in Election? No Big Deal for Ethnic Media
By Marcus Medford in Toronto, ON We have all heard the phrase “fake news” bandied about over the last couple of years, most notably by…View More The Value of Truth in the Fake News Era
In at least one instance, an ethnic media organization weighed in with commentary wondering why it has taken the government so long to wake upView More Multicultural Media Sound Alarm Over ‘Fake News’
The top user, for instance, tweeted 5,345 times promoting anti-Conservative views using the hashtag #CDNpoliView More Are the Most Prolific Tweeters on Canadian Politics Real or Bots?
By Isabel Inclan in Toronto, ON The vulnerability of minority communities such as Hispanic-Latinos to fake news in the upcoming federal elections is a national…View More Government Concerned Over Fake News in Hispanic-Latino Communities
We certainly have online platforms in Canada that are used to distribute and amplify fringe political viewsView More Q&A: Russian Disinformation Expert Weighs Threats of Election Meddling, Fake News
By Susan Korah in Ottawa, ON Visible minority Canadians have realistic hopes of winning parliamentary seats despite statistics from a recent think-tank report, say representatives…View More Visible Minority Candidates say Nomination Barriers Not Insurmountable