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Brown outlines abusive practices in CBC journalism and negligence in CBC management
|Title||Brown outlines abusive practices in CBC journalism and negligence in CBC management|
CBC journalists, like others, were (and are, as of 2010) eclipsing the actual history and legitimacy of sensitivities behind a legitimate but separate debate about the ideas of so-called "doctors of environmental medicine." They were ignoring positive activities in officialdom, while focusing on what the 1985 Ontario Ministry of Health Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on Environmental Hypersensitivity Disorders (note plural) called a "polarized debate" that was based on "clearly untenable" premises.
As of 2010, CBC journalists have still not learned to differentiate between the ideas of doctors of environmental medicine, and the history, rights and needs of persons with sensitivities.
The first attachment (missing page 26) is a comprehensive outline of concerns. The second is a one page summary. The third relates to the new CBC broadcasting centre in Toronto, in which many staff became sick because CBC ignored various representations that it be built in such a way as to accommodate persons disabled by sensitivities.
|Year of Publication||1993|