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A report from the Canadian Senate in 2006 on media control in Canada singled out New Brunswick because of the Irving companies' ownership of all English-language daily newspapers in the province.

Cartoonist Michael de Adder was fired this week from a Canadian newspaper for above cartoon depicting an indifferent President Trump brandishing a golf club as he comes upon the bodies of Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his daughter Angie Valeria, drowned last week in the Rio Grande River trying to reach the United States.

The Brunswick News is a owned by J.D. Irving ( d b a J.D. Irving, Ltd) whose conglomerate includes shipbuilding, oil, transportation, food processing.

J.D. Irving’s ownership of most major media outlets in New Brunswick has led to ongoing concern regarding control of the media. A report from the Canadian Senate in 2006 on media control in Canada singled out New Brunswick because of the Irving companies’ ownership of all English-language daily newspapers in the province, including the Telegraph-Journal. Senator Joan Fraser, author of the Senate report, stated, “We didn’t find anywhere else in the developed world a situation like the situation in New Brunswick.”

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