From their Feb 1, 2010 editorial:
The blows to the IPCC's integrity have been so great that even Andrew Weaver --a Canadian climate scientist, prominent member of the IPCC, and himself an enthusiastic champion of the prevailing theory that human industrial activity is making the world hotter -- has called for the resignation of the agency's chairman, Indian economist Rajendra Pachauri.
...a claim which Andrew Weaver denied not 24 hours earlier in another CanWest newspaper:
A recent article published on Jan. 27 in many Canwest papers suggested I believe that the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was tainted by political advocacy, that its chairman should resign, and that its approach to science should be overhauled. These statements do not accurately reflect my views.
And the 2nd one:
For instance, since it was revealed two weeks ago that the IPCC had relied on speculation by an environmental interest group -- rather than peer-reviewed science -- when it made its famous 2007 claim that there was a 90% chance all 15,000 glaciers in the Himalayas would be melted by 2035, the agency's lead glacier scientist, Murari Lal, has admitted he knew the data was faulty when he inserted it in the UN's last official Assessment Report, but he did so nonetheless because "we thought that if we can highlight it, it will impact policy-makers and politicians and encourage them to take some concrete action."
This "admission" 1st appears in a story by U.K. Daily Mail columnist David Rose, but was swiftly denied by Lal himself. Furthermore, Mr. Rose seems to have a problem with attributing comments to scientists that they later claim to not have made. He's up to three now, all within the last couple of months.
Its worth pointing out at this point that the only way to get the National Post to retract falsehoods is to threaten legal action.
PS. Four! Rose is up to four misquoted scientists!