OPINION: Political advertising has changed, time for critics to catch up
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BY DENNIS MATTHEWS This past week saw two political ads by the federal Conservatives caught up in a media controversy — and we’re still more than 200 days away from voting. The first was a spoof of the old Heritage Minutes remixed with Trudeau’s greatest scandals. The second involved Google advertising on the UN global […]▶ Full story on torontosun.com
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