Hilarious Enbridge video pulled from Province allegedly after Enbridge protested

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Rafe Mair catches a cartoon that only lived for three hours on the Province website.  Mair claims the cartoon was pulled after "an angry call" from Enbridge.  Read Mair's blog post about this here.

He calls it "one of the funniest clips I have ever seen."

It’s a spoof of an Enbridge pipeline video ad by Vancouver Province cartoonist, Dan Murphy. It’s brilliant and was on the Province’s website last Friday.

 

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