Macleans apologizes and leaves an article up

Macleans magazine has apologized for reporting the CHRC had:


In the Sept. 21 article “The CHRC tells itself to shape up” (National), we reported that Human Rights Commission staff hacked into the email account of a private citizen to post racist comments on a website. Maclean’s is satisfied that there is no evidence to suggest that either Richard Warman or commission staff did so. We regret the statement.

As Dr. Dawg adds, what about this being online? If the magazine is going to apologize, shouldn’t you do something about one of the articles saying what the apology supposed covers?

Blogger versus blogger

Dr. Dawg has served a notice of libel to another blogger. Some background here. Big City Lib also has details.
Update: Dr. Dawg explains blogger versus blogger.

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