Province, The

Province, The | Media | Where do you begin to define the tabloid of all tabloids? Maybe with the shock-jock journalism, the pedestrian editorials, the baiting, simplistic front page headlines. It’s the poster child of media monopoly and polarizing, absolutist politics. But hey, it has an amazing sports section. Yay, sports!

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