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This chapter quantifies the volume, issues, nature and origin of Canadian media coverage of Britain’s EU campaign between 3 June and 3 July 2016, gathered from a news-media database search. It highlights how Canada’s political environment and the shrinking breadth of its media facing financial pressures shaped the UK’s 2016 EU referendum coverage, as well as Canadian experience with two Quebec referendums. It found two-third of coverage came after the 23 June vote and most focused on economic and trade concerns. Foreign wires and news-organization syndications provided coverage for most Canadian outlets, with three notable exceptions. Opinion and comment written from Canada, with the weaknesses that come from relying on secondary sources rather than primary reporting, almost matched the volume of news reporting.
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Belanger, J.-F. 2016a. Maintien de la Grande-Bretagne au sein de l’EU: une députée militante est tuée, la campagne référendaire est suspendue. RadioCanada Téléjournal, June 16.
Belanger, J.-F. 2016b. Maintien de la Grande-Bretagne au sein de l’EU: une députée militante est tuée, la campagne référendaire est suspendue. RadioCanada Téléjournal, June 26.
Carmichael, K. 2016a. Brexit Puts Spotlight on Carney; Widening Political Crisis Adds to Challenge Facing Central Banker. National Post, June 27.
Carmichael, K. 2016b. Carney at Centre of Storm. Ottawa Citizen, June 28.
Cook, L. 2016. EU Leaders Plot a Future Without Britain, Demand Answers (Associated Press). Moncton Times-Transcript, Saint John Telegraph-Journal, June 29.
Daigle, T. 2016. British MP Jo Cox Dies After Being Shot. CBC The National, June 16.
Deacon, M. 2016. Brexit Leader Laughs While Brussels Boos; Farage Jeered at Emergency Session (Associated Press). Montreal Gazette, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, June 29.
DiManno, R. 2016a. Scotland Will Decide Future of Britain. Toronto Star, June 24.
DiManno, R. 2016b. ‘Leave’ Adds Fuel to Scots’ Fire. Toronto Star, June 25.
Editorial. 2016a. The End of Civilized Discourse. National Post, June 18.
Editorial. 2016b. The U.K. Is Better in than out. Globe and Mail, June 18.
Editorial. 2016c. British Should Stay in EU and Fix It. Toronto Star, June 18.
Editorial. 2016d. Will They Stay or Will They Go? National Post, June 23.
Evans, M. 2016. Reactions in Brussels Tonight to the Referendum Results in the UK. CBC The National, June 23.
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Harley, N., R. Mendick, and G. Rayner. 2017. We Have Lost a Great Star’; British PM Pays Tribute to Pro-EU Politician Shot to Death After Meeting with Her Constituents. ( Daily Telegraph) Calgary Herald, National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Regina Leader-Post, Edmonton Journal, June 17.
Ivison, J. 2016a. Carney Steps into the Brexit Firing Line. National Post, Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver Sun, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, June 18.
Ivison, J. 2016b. Britain Drifts Rudderless, in Risk of Breakup; Scots and Northern Irish Mull. National Post, June 28.
Johnson, B. 2016. The State of the Kingdom is Strong. National Post, June 28.
Katz, G. 2016. Turmoil Deepens as Scotland Threatens to Block Brexit; Labour’s Corbyn Faces Revolt in Shadow Cabinet (Associated Press). Montreal Gazette, Calgary Herald, National Post, June 27.
Kelbie, P., and S. Pogatchnik. 2016. Scots, Irish Eye U.K. Escape After Brexit (Associated Press). Fredericton Daily Gleaner, June 25.
Lawless, J., and G. Katz. 2016. British Lawmaker Dies After Shooting Attack (Associated Press). Saint John Telegraph-Journal, Moncton Times-Transcript, June 17.
MacKinnon, M. 2016a. Scotland to Lobby EU on Staying in Bloc. Globe and Mail, June 29.
MacKinnon, M. 2016b. Scotland Prepares for a New Life After Brexit. Globe and Mail, July 2.
Meakin, L. 2016. Carney in Brexit Crisis Confronts Own Future at Three-Year Mark (Bloomberg). Saint John Telegraph-Journal, June 30.
Parkinson, D. 2016. Best Man to Guide Britain’s Economy? He’s Already on the Case. Globe and Mail, June 30.
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Waldie, P. 2016a. Carney Fights Back over Brexit. Globe and Mail, June 17.
Waldie, P. 2016b. UKIP Leader Who Led the ‘Leave’ Charge Has Harsh Words for Trudeau, Carney. Globe and Mail, June 27.
Waldie, P. 2016c. Carney Signals Interest Rate Cut in Store. Globe and Mail, July 1.
- Whose News? How the Canadian Media Covered Britain’s EU Referendum
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