Peggy Wente gets ready to write her next column. Globe and Mail columnists may not appear exactly as illustrated. Below, the real Ms. Wente, looking like she’s in a mug shot after being busted for plagiarism; the late Ken Adachi.
There has never been a shortage of plagiarism in Canadian letters.
The sins . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Considering plagiarism? Just forget it! Nowadays you’ll be busted for sure!
Newspaper readers like these guys just don’t exist any more. Below: Globe and Mail Publisher Phillip Crawley, a typical Globe reader, who may not be exactly as illustrated.
According to the publisher of Canada’s National Toronto Newspaper, the Globe and Mail will now try to make its readers to pay to read its on-line . . . → Read More: David Climenhaga’s Alberta Diary: A leaky paywall won’t keep the Globe and Mail afloat