.. instead of gossiping.
So in this CP story about Dion's proposed carbon tax, they don't actually talk about the pros and cons of a carbon tax. Instead, the talk about the possible potential alleged likely plausible seeming reluctance of some Liberal MP's to accept the measure. Really, is that your job? Shoudln't you be reporting to the Canadian public what is actually being proposed so they can make up their mind on whether they want to support it. I'm sure based on those opinions, be they well informed, MP's will adjust their stance (no matter what party).
I realize I'm being complacent, but how is a guy like Dion supposed to define himself if the press is also obstructing the process. I mean you already have a government that has shady ad spending, his own party that rightly needs an internal flush: they're a part of the current problem, and now the press is dabbling into it.
Addition: there's actually some substantial discussion about real journalism over here.