No disagreement. Although the real question in my mind will only be answered until tomorrow morning. Since this is a national story, how many Canwest newspapers across the country will publish the article in their print edition with the headline misspelled?
My personal prediction, er, hope, is that the answer is none. I can see no one reading the lead paragraph, but I would think that headlines are different, as they appear to be locally rewritten separately for each paper, based on the available space. Only the light of day will tell.
This one cut and pasted here from another blog we sometimes read.... AS has uncovered memos from David Basi setting out the shenanigans surrounding the Campbell government's breach of promise and sale of BC Rail. I'm much indepted.
It was inserted into an article by Rafe Mair and I doubt he was rushed enuff to make this miss steak
In my quest for stories on Easy Rock's heavily rumoured change to Virgin, I ran into this piece of a Toronto Sun article that almost undoubtedly made it into print, complete with obvious spelling error: "Jason Roberts with Edmonton's EZ Rock said he can see why the CBSC would sensor the song." ref. - http://www.torontosun.com/entertainment ... 81901.html