The CBC shouldn't come crying to him for more money, says Prime Minister Stephen Harper, even if a continuing NHL lockout reduces ad revenue from Saturday night hockey broadcasts.
Full story: Harper: No tears for CBC revenue problems
Mrs-Brigand, 2012-12-22 19:59:18"
Well, FINALLY, you recognize yourself as a repetitive troll whose comments add nothing substantive to ANY of these forums.
Pragmatic, 2012-12-26 14:12:23
No other radio station or broadcasting network would do that.
Mrs-Brigand, 2012-12-26 09:57:52
Mrs-Brigand, 2012-12-22 19:59:18
He is an internet bully and it is best to ignore him.
paul, 2012-12-10 16:42:45
What rhetorical and biased news? And if you feel that is so why do you listen to it?
"Hate their smarmy left wing biased "interviews" and "talk shows"
You mean like the big supporter of Harper, Rex Murphy?
Mrs-Brigand, 2012-12-10 10:18:22
Which is the reason I think there is a place for the CBC.
I am also OK with them being tax-funded.
As long as those tax dollars are spent wisely and towards that goal.
But I am tired of the ABUSE of tax dollars.
And I am definitely against funding huge parties for the elite who are in a much better position than most taxpayers to pay for their own damned parties. Thank you.
Hell, I never got my invitation.
CliffStir, 2012-11-30 15:40:13