Column Was Juvenile But OK

A press ombudsman has dismissed a complaint against the National Post for ridiculing a woman’s name. Snide or derisive remarks about private citizen’s family names are “juvenile” but meet newspaper standards, ruled the National News Media Council: “This was an atrocious example of bad journalism.”

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