An astounding first paragraph by the Globe and Mail’s Rheal Seguin:
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s move to transform Canada has breathed new life into the Parti Québécois, which after being battered for weeks by internal divisions is now rallying behind Leader Pauline Marois’ opposition to Ottawa’s conservative agenda. (see here)
Notice that there are no quotations used or reference that it was spoken by someone else. It is written as a statement of fact by Seguin with no evidence to back up the assertion and is in Globe’s News/Politics section and not Opinion.
Curious to see if this will be the Globe’s new public editor’s first chance to show us readers “how decisions are made” at her newspaper?