Saint John Deputy Mayor Wants Ban On "Negative" News
Saint John Deputy Mayor Wants Ban On “Negative” News
If you don’t have anything nice to report, find a way to make it positive!

The deputy mayor of Saint John, New Brunswick, came under criticism this week for a proposal to ban negative news in the city for four months starting in the new year.

The Telegraph-Journal, the New Brunswick provincial daily newspaper and local newspaper for Saint John, reported that Shirley McAlary proposed a positive press campaign during Tuesday’s meeting of the city’s growth committee.

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