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Don Cherry sparks online backlash for comments on immigrants and Remembrance Day

CBC.ca Sunday, 10 November 2019 ()
Hockey commentator Don Cherry is in the limelight yet again, this time for complaining that he rarely sees people he believes to be new immigrants wearing poppies ahead of Remembrance Day.
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Sportsnet, the broadcaster of Hockey Night In Canada, have fired Coach's Corner commentator Don Cherry for his comments targeting immigrants.

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