I was pleased to see the Toronto Star's public editor acknowledge that one of their writers misrepresented me in a recent story.
As you might recall, the Star's "social justice" columnist, Catherine Porter, wrote about her encounter with me at a Toronto climate change protest.
Her account differed significantly from mine -- and I had the video tape to prove it.
I posted the whole video, readers complained to the Star, and today, in a full page article, the paper acknowledged that Porter had made mistakes.
I give them credit for being honest and showing integrity. It's not something you see in the media every day.
But that's not the end:
The public editor told me something about Catherine Porter that didn't make it into the Star's story today.
It's so weird, I can barely believe it.
Watch my report and see what you think...
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