Spaceman Had Ghostwriters

Astronaut Chris Hadfield’s seemingly spontaneous performances in space were the product of a three-year marketing campaign complete with CBC collaboration and occasional tweets ghostwritten by government employees, Blacklock’s has learned. “It was a multi-faceted media campaign – yes, of course it was,” said a former Liberal cabinet aide who directed Hadfield’s stunts.

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