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Ontario’s increasing social media advertising worries AG

Briefs | 12/05/2018 5:25 pm EST
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Ontario’s auditor general is raising concerns about a legal “loophole” that allows for partisan government advertising, after the province’s digital ad spending jumped for a third year in a row.

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