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I read the CBC story about your
problem.
Due to the fact that the changes they are demanding directly impact your paper’s financial viability, I would suggest speaking to a lawyer to see if that would violate Part I, Section 2 (b) of the Charter, which protects freedom of the press. Or, see if there is a precedent for this type of press interference.

I read the CBC story about your
problem.
Due to the fact that the changes they are demanding directly impact your paper’s financial viability, I would suggest speaking to a lawyer to see if that would violate Part I, Section 2 (b) of the Charter, which protects freedom of the press. Or, see if there is a precedent for this type of press interference.
If you go ahead with a legal challenge against the language police you could set up a crowd-sourced funding page; in that situation, I will pledge $100 towards your legal costs.
Regulating a business’ Facebook page and a restaurant’s pasta menu was one thing, but now to attack the freedom of the press is where we need to draw the line in my view.
Eric Russell
AYLMER