If you thought Jews dominated the American media, it's nothing compared to our northern neighbor. Jews have an absolute stranglehold on the Canadian media. Nearly every Canadian newspaper of any size is owned by Jews.
Canadian Media Moguls:
"Izzy" Asper founded Can West Global Communications. He died in 2003, but his son, Leonard (illustration) now heads up that organization. In addition to having purchased the National Post in its entirety from Conrad Black, Can West Global owns Southam Publications whose daily papers include: Israel
Halifax Daily News; St. John's Telegram; Charlottetown Guardian; Montreal Gazette; Ottawa Citizen; Windsor Star; St. Catherine’s Standard; Regina Leader Post; Saskatoon Star Phoenix; Calgary Herald; Edmonton Journal; Vancouver Province; Vancouver Sun; Victoria Times-Colonist.
Asper also owns 126 other daily and weekly papers across
. In BC, these papers include: Abbotsford Times; Alberni Valley Times; Burnaby Now; Campbell River Courier-Islander; Chilliwack Times; Coquitlam Times Now; Comox Valley Echo Canada
(partnership interest); Cowichan Valley Citizen (Duncan); Delta Optimist; Harbour City Star; Lake Cowichan News; Langley Advance; Maple Ridge Times; Monthly Star Homes; Nanaimo Daily News; New Westminster Record; North Shore News; Now Community Parksville/Qualicum Beach; Morning Sun; Pennyworth Shopper; Real Estate Weekly; Richmond News; TV Scene; Vancouver Courier; Westerly News.
In addition, the Aspers control the following televised media sources:
Global Television Network (8 regional channels including Edmonton's ITV and Vancouver's VTV); Fox Sportsworld Canada; Lone Star; Deja View; Mystery Channel; CHEK Victoria; CHTV Hamilton; CHBC Okanagan.
They also own Fireworks Entertainment and 8 other foreign channels and numerous radio stations across the globe.
Other notable Jews in positions of power in the Canadian media include Robert Rabinovitch, President and CEO of CBC Radio and Television, and Heather Reisman, who owns Indigo Books and Chapters.