From a CBSC (Canadian Broadcast Standards Council) complaint I hadn’t even heard about:
The CBSC has traditionally recognized that hosts of public affairs programs are entitled to hold and express their opinions on the topics discussed during those programs, even when those opinions are controversial, unpopular or provocative. 1 While Clause 7 of the CAB Code of Ethics provides that broadcasters must present all sides of a public issue and treat all subjects of a controversial nature fairly as part of balanced programming, the CBSC has also recognized that broadcasters are not required to bring to light all the divergent . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Ezra Levant And The "Actual Facts"