Jonathan Kay out at The Walrus
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Jonathan Kay out at The Walrus
The editor-in-chief submitted his resignation Saturday

On Saturday night, following an intense 48-hour period in which a debate around cultural appropriation blew up into a larger indictment of the Canadian media establishment, Jonathan Kay resigned from his position as editor-in-chief of The Walrus.

He shared the news with the CBC this morning, which CANADALAND has independently confirmed. Earlier Sunday morning, he posted a pair of cryptic tweets:

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