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Report: Canadian activist wants to ban baseball team's name, mascot

TORONTO, Canada (WJW) – A Canadian activist is going to court to try to keep the Cleveland Indians from wearing their jerseys, using their team name or showing their logo when they take on the Toronto Blue Jays in Toronto in the ALCS. According to The Toronto Star, Douglas Cardinal, who is an officer in the Order of Canada, filed with the Ontario Superior Court, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
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