You can’t always say that on TV… Updated, with analysis of Ontario anti-SLAPP law

For decades, rich and famous people who felt they’d been wronged by the media tried to have their libel cases heard in Canada because our courts were so plaintiff-friendly. Journalists, whether they wrote about rock stars or their local town council, lived with libel chill: being hit with long, expensive lawsuits that were usually dropped … Read moreYou can’t always say that on TV… Updated, with analysis of Ontario anti-SLAPP law