NOW Magazine says the disappearance of two articles from its website that featured criticisms of one of its advertising clients was not approved by management, and that it is investigating who deleted them.
Last month, the Toronto-based alternative weekly published a series of sponsored content ads that commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Harris Institute, an audio production college where NOW previously reported that students allegedly complained of verbal harassment by a teacher and some questioned a controversial “free speech” policy.
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