Dr. Bourrie (Ph.D., JD) has written and spoken out publicly about the “opportunistic opposition MPs and a reckless desperate media drummed up the bogus WE Charity scandal”. A link to some of his articles are below.

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Mark Bourrie is a Canadian journalist, lawyer and award-winning author. Mark Bourrie, PhD (History) was a member of the Parliamentary Press Gallery from 1994-2018. He taught media history and journalism at Concordia University, taught history at Carleton University and Canadian Studies at The University of Ottawa. Mark is the author of 14 books including the RBC Taylor Prize-winning Bush Runner: The Adventures of Pierre Radisson. The Taylor Prize was Canada’s most important nonfiction award. His book, Kill the Messenger: Stephen Harper’s Assault on Your Right to Know, was a Globe and Mail Top 100 book of the year. Mark Bourrie's academic writing has been published in journals and books in Canada and overseas.

Dr. Bourrie has won several major media awards, including a National Magazine Award, and has been nominated for several others. His journalism has appeared in the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, the National Post, Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen and most of the country’s major newspapers and several magazines including Toronto Life and Ottawa Magazine. He was also a lecturer and consultant on propaganda and censorship at the Canadian Forces Public Affairs School.

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