“A lot of people don’t like to read,” says Chris Leavitt, a media studies professor at the University of Ottawa.
“It’s the first time I’ve heard of a book that tries to do this kind of thing.”
Leavitt is the author of the book, What to Read: How to Read in the Age of Fake News, published by Simon and Schuster.
The book aims to help readers “avoid the negative impacts of the fake news culture that’s permeating our society,” according to a press release.
Leavitz said the book aims “to educate people and help us understand how our political system works and how it’s structured and what it’s not.”
The book’s title is a reference to the “brazen fake news campaign” that spread in Canada during the 2016 election.
It says it’s about “the extent to which people are engaging in a kind of systematic fake news.”
It also features a video from former Conservative party leader Andrew Scheer and Conservative Senator Mathieu Ravignat that discuss the “sickening” nature of fake news.
“I know what it feels like to be in a room full of people who think you’re a terrorist, who think that you’re going to be a traitor, who want to do harm to you,” says Ravignan.
The video also includes a quote from Kellie Leitch, who led the Conservative party during the campaign.
“We are so tired of being lied to and we are so fed up with this fake news that’s spreading around us,” says Leavisset.
Leavitz told The Canadian Press the book “is not intended to be partisan or anti-Trump or anti-“Conservative” or anything of that nature.”
It’s a political book.
The Conservative Party has previously said it’s concerned about fake news, particularly on social media platforms. “
But there are a lot of very interesting political ideas and insights in there.”
The Conservative Party has previously said it’s concerned about fake news, particularly on social media platforms.
In June, party chairman Rona Ambrose said that the party “has had a number of conversations” about “fake news.”
LeAVITT said the real problem is the fact that many people who are doing this “don’t know what the term ‘fake’ means.”
He said that’s why he wants people to take a look at the “real” definition of the word.
“I’m not trying to be politically correct, but it’s a term that we use to describe the kind of fake content that has gone on for so long,” he told The National Post.
“We need to look at what it means to fake and stop it.
I want people to really take a close look at that word and say: ‘That’s not what I want to call fake news.'””
The way that I see it, we’ve got to stop this fake-news culture in our society.
The media is a big part of that culture.
It has to be stopped,” Leavith said.
A number of media outlets have also condemned the book.
“The title of the ‘What to Read’ book is misleading,” The Globe and Mail wrote in a post that noted the subtitle “is misleading” and that it “may be seen as a reference by readers to the ‘brazen’ campaign to spread fake news during the U.S. presidential election.”
A spokesperson for the U of T’s journalism school, Stephen Beresford, told The Post the book is a “political guide for journalists” that is “designed to help journalists avoid the negative effects of the political culture that is spreading around our country.”
He added that the university does not endorse the views of the authors.
“This book does not offer a specific political view,” he wrote in an email to The Post.
The Globe and Post did not respond to requests for comment.
Leavoritt has written books on “the media and politics,” “the art of journalism,” and “the politics of fear,” and he is also the co-author of a 2017 book about the rise of the alt-right.
He said he is trying to make the book more accessible to people who may not be familiar with the term.
He also has a website and a Facebook page that he has set up in hopes of getting the word out.
“I’ve had conversations with a lot people and have learned a lot,” Leavoritt told The CBC.
“What I’m trying to do is try to create a platform where people can share and share with their friends and colleagues, and hopefully I can do that.”
The Globe And Post said in a press statement that the book has been published in the U S. but is “in Canadian hands.”
“The Globe & Post will not be publishing it in the United States,” the statement said.
Leavanitt told the Globe and Guardian he hopes the book will be more widely read.
“It’s definitely something that we need to be aware of