Radio & Television

Levant again chastised by CBSC

OTTAWA – Despite already having made an on-air apology, the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council said negative comments made by Sun News host Ezra Levant about Gypsies violate the Canadian Association of Broadcasters’ (CAB) Code of Ethics and Equitable Portrayal Code. Levant’s opening monologue on the September 5, 2012 episode was about the arrests of a number of individuals involved in a theft ring, all of whom appeared to be of “Gypsy” ethnicity. Levant made numerous comments, alleging that all Gypsies are criminals because it is part of their culture, reads the CBSC release. The CBSC received a number of complaints...

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