These media sources are moderately to strongly biased toward conservative causes through story selection and/or political affiliation. They may utilize strong loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes), publish misleading reports and omit reporting of information that may damage conservative causes. Some sources in this category may be untrustworthy. See all Right Bias sources.
Overall, we rate The Post Millennial Right Biased based on story selection that favors the right and Mostly Factual in reporting, rather than High, due to publishing unsubstantiated claims and having one failed fact check.
Co-Founded in 2017 by Matthew Azrieli and Ali S. Taghva, The Post Millennial is an alternative news and opinion website based in Montreal, Canada. According to their about page their mission is “To accurately and adequately report Canadian news events as they unfold and progress, and to share this reporting with as many Canadians and citizens of the World as possible.”
Funded by / Ownership
The Post Millennial is owned and operated by the Après le Millénaire / The Post Millennial Corporation. The website is funded through online advertising and donation links.
Analysis / Bias
In review, The Post Millennial covers Canadian news, Breaking News, Politics and Opinions. When reporting news there is moderate use of loaded words in headlines such as: 5 big Trudeau military failures. For the most part news articles are sourced properly and factually based, though there is a strong right leaning bias in story selection that denigrates the left and in particular PM Justin Trudeau. The opinion/editorial pages provide little balance and primarily support Conservative and Libertarian positions. Further, the Post Millennial sometimes reports unsubstantiated claims that have not been proven such as this: WATCH: Justin Trudeau allegedly went for drinks with woman Liberals claim is a “white nationalist”.
Overall, we rate The Post Millennial Right Biased based on story selection that favors the right and Mostly Factual in reporting, rather than High, due to publishing unsubstantiated claims and having one failed fact check. (D. Van Zandt 9/19/2018) Updated (11/13/2019)