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30 September 2009,     TORONTO
Canadian writers unite in opposition to Transcontinental Media
It was announced today that more than a dozen writers organizations are calling on their members to not write for any publications owned by Transcontinental Media, effective immediately. A press release from the Canadian Writers Group and the Professional Writers Association of Canada said this act of protest is directed at the company's new contract for freelance contributors, which the groups believe to be an abuse of writers' rights.

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