There was some media news, but: Peter Mansbridge as a moose. I feel like that one speaks for itself.
The Toronto Star is committing to using Daesh instead of ISIS because “they have no legitimacy as a state and this name change helps emphasize that,” says editor-in-chief Michael Cooke. The strike at the Chronicle Herald just keeps spiraling downwards. The Facebook group of the union representing strikers is calling out advertisers, management, and anyone who writes for the Herald during the strike. The provincial NDP are standing with them by not allowing any of the Herald’s “scab” writers to cover their leadership conference. Yet another diversity in media article for your local editor’s paper shredder, this time in Maclean’s. To quote DJ Khaled, “And another one.”
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