WATCH: Stephen Harper reveals the truth about Canada's liberal media bias

Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Dennis Prager discussed the extreme media bias in Canada, making it more difficult for conservatives to get a foothold in Canadian politics.

Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Dennis Prager discussed the extreme media bias in Canada, making it more difficult for conservatives to get a foothold in Canadian politics.

Harper began by addressing what he felt was one among many reasons he lost in the last election.

The primary reason is that he did not have the media coverage on the same level as his opponent, drawing out the idea "that every TV network [in Canada] is MSNBC."

Harper told the story of one of his former communications directors, and how he set out to make a Fox News equivalent in Canada, called Sun News.

Harper said the founder hired "virtually all of the right-of-center journalists in the country. He hired them all and promptly went bankrupt. And then I went into the last campaign with virtually no right-of-center journalists in any outlet in the country."

He then continued by comparing Canada with the UK, and having those in the UK tell him that Canada does not have the BBC. Harper went on to say that if Canada had the BBC, it would be the "farthest right network by a country mile."

"They [the TV networks] would not cover my announcements. They would not cover any gaff of my opponent, they scrubbed it out. They actually met every day to coordinate the coverage. They would not run any ad I had that showed footage, depicting my opponent in an unfavorable light... so we were literally censored out of the coverage."