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The E.U. has rightly dropped its phony “dirty oil” label for Canada’s oilsands oil, but that doesn’t stop liberalvision CTV…

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Liberalvision CTV and their anchor Marcia MacMillan go ahead and report on the story today purposely using the even more phony label, CTV-dirty-reporting-capture_20141007_084058(360crop)“tar sands,” to describe the oil sands. 

The term “tar sands, like “dirty oil,” is well-known (amongst the those of us who get their news from non-CTV sources, obviously) to be a creation of left-wing extremists and anti-oil zealots, and their left-wing lobby groups, largely funded by anti-oil Americans, who literally dreamt-up the terms to mass-market their hate-on for the Canadian oil industry. 

“Tar sands” is well known, certainly in the news reporting business, to be a negative,CTV_News.ca_logo tendentious, politically-charged label which is used only by leftists and anti-oil zealots and radicals. The proper, non-political term to describe the oil is oil sands

Aside from somebody – presumably another left-winger at CTV – ensuring that the word “TAR SANDS” appeared in big letters on their chiron, MacMillan joined in referring to the oil sands as “tar sands” twice, in her awful, deceptive reporting:

“The European Union has dropped plans to label TAR SANDS crude as ‘dirty oil’ … the process of extracting oil from the TAR SANDS…”

That’s some great reporting, CTV, and MacMillan. Again. 

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