OUTSTANDING AND UNRESOLVED ISSUES
Unfortunately, there are still several unanswered questions and problems that I'm trying to find answers to and/or workarounds for:
i. I'm lacking details about the intervention process (participation requirements, deadlines, etc.) and will be asking the CRTC for more details so we don't waste our time.
ii. Given the propensity of SJW to doxx people and use any personal information they can get their hands on to destroy their opponents' lives, I'm also going to ask about what precautions we can take to safeguard the personal information of participants.
iii. I'm not certain yet if non-Canadians are allowed to participate in these proceedings. While I'm leaning towards "no", considering that GamerGate supporters from outside of the country were successfully able to file complaints against Canadian networks in the past, it's not definitely not outside the realm of possibility. In the worst case scenario, I'm going to see if I can submit statements, documents, etc. on their behalf as part of a group intervention.
iv. What is arguably the highest profile hit piece on GamerGate - a CBC Newsworld segment featuring an interview with Ashley Lynch by Andrew Chang that aired on January 14, 2015 - doesn't exist in a publicly available form anywhere on the Internet. I've looked into the possibility of getting a video copy or transcript of the segment, but the estimates I've gotten so far are pretty damn ridiculous (between 70 and 190 U.S. dollars). I certainly don't have that kind of money to burn and am not keen on the idea of soliciting donations, either. If anyone has any ideas about dealing with this, let me know.
FINAL THOUGHTS (FOR NOW)
At the risk of ending this suggesting OP on a downer note, I should point out that we're playing for all the marbles here. If THIS doesn't accomplish anything, then, short of starting a media watchdog/lobbying group, entering politics myself, or taking the CBC to court - which, even if I had Notch or Palmer Luckey's scratch, I have no idea what I could even sue them for as the mainstream media being blatantly dishonest isn't considered a crime in the absence of provable material damage - there's not much else I can do as I'll have exhausted every single option that I'm acurrently ware of. And, to be honest, considering that I'll have been dealing with this crap for five years straight by the time this is over (which hasn't done my hairline, waistline, personal life, or attempts to get a better career started any favors so far), I think I'm long overdue for a break.
So, I think that's everything. If anyone has any comments, suggests, or things that they'd like me to ask the CRTC when I contact them next week, post them in the thread below.
Here's to giving the CBC a black eye by airing their dirty laundry. :)