She also spent time in both the Philippines and Jamaica -- so touring is nothing new for her."That really led to me being able to live out of a suitcase and never really clinging on to stuff or sad to leave things behind, which in a way is sad -- but it's my lifestyle," she said.He says he was fired from CBC because of the risk that his sex life would become public "as a result of a campaign of false allegations." “Dear everyone, I am writing today because I want you to be the first to know some news. I have conducted major interviews, supported Canadian talent, and spoken out loudly in my audio essays about ideas, issues, and my love for this country. I’ve been fired from the CBC because of the risk of my private sex life being made public as a result of a campaign of false allegations pursued by a jilted ex girlfriend and a freelance writer.All of that is available for anyone to hear or watch. As friends and family of mine, you are owed the truth.
Here are some key dates in his case, which first made headlines in late 2014: Oct. 26: CBC announces it has cut ties with the "Q" radio host after receiving "information" about him.
Do we have to wield a sword on horseback to be considered brave? Merriam-Webster defines bravery as “the quality that allows someone to do things that are dangerous or frightening”.
And, indeed, the criminal justice system is one that is in many ways dangerous for women.
across Canada have been closely watching the Ghomeshi trial and are patiently awaiting a verdict.
We all expect that we live in a society where true justice is served, where perpetrators of sexualized violence are held accountable for the crimes they have committed.