You can’t get much more unethical than the Globe and Mail giving their ex-senior editor, Chrystia Freeland column space to announce her Liberal Party nomination bid:
Over the past few years, as I have been working through these issues for my book, I have felt their urgency ever more strongly. Diagnosing the problem is an important first step, but it isn’t enough. We need to do something about it.
The place for me to do that is at home, in Canada. As the lucky beneficiary of the Canadian public education system, Canadian health care, and Canadian scholarships, I owe our country everything. (see here)
Freeland was working at the Globe’s sister company Reuter’s out of New York and arrogantly like Ignatieff before her, thinks we need her now after she chose the US first.
Update: Globe’s Editor-in-chief John Stackhouse sends out the ‘Public Editor’ Sylvia Stead to run defence for him allowing Freeland op-ed space (see here)