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What made Canadian newsrooms tear a page out of the Police Gazette in coverage of Stronach?

Dirt is dirt, no matter how elegantly you shovel it. Media coverage of Liberal MP Belinda Stronach's private life marked the first time a junior MP made national headlines for being connected in a divorce suit. The coverage was juicy, and of no news value.

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What made Canadian newsrooms tear a page out of the Police Gazette in coverage of Stronach?

Dirt is dirt, no matter how elegantly you shovel it. Media coverage of Liberal MP Belinda Stronach's private life marked the first time a junior MP made national headlines for being connected in a divorce suit. The coverage was juicy, and of no news value.

  

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