Did you know the CBC's documentary about convicted terrorist Omar Khadr was made in cooperation with Al Jazeera?
The public broadcaster was pretty open about its partnerhip with the Toronto Star to put out this film, but they left out any reference to Al Jazeera on the CBC website.
Why did CBC collaborate with them anyway?
Al Jazeera is the go-to propaganda station when Muslim terrorists want to send a message to the world. It's owned by the OPEC dictatorship Qatar.
Should a Canadian crown corporation that's propped up by over $1-billion in taxpayer dollars each year be doing business with an outlet like that?
We deserve to know the details of this deal.
What were the conditions for Al Jazeera's cooperation? Did they get editorial control over the finished product, for instance?
The CBC owes it to Canadians to tell us.
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