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Canadian Courts To Consider Banning Cleveland Indians Jerseys, Logo, And Team Name From Toronto Game

A Canadian indigenous activist has filed for an injunction against the Cleveland Indians in several Canadian courts and tribunals, seeking to ban Cleveland Indians jerseys, logos, and even the team’s name when they play against Toronto this week. According to a report from the National Post, Douglas Cardinal, an officer of the Order of Canada... Read more » Canadian Courts To Consider Ban
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