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Walmart.ca pulls Christmas sweater featuring Santa with cocaine

Walmart.ca pulls Christmas sweater featuring Santa with cocaine

Walmart Canada is apologizing after several adult-themed “ugly” Christmas sweaters — including one involving Santa and drugs — were posted for sale on its website. “These sweaters, sold by a third-party seller on Walmart.ca, do not represent Walmart’s values and have no place on our website. We have removed these products from our marketplace. We apologize for any unintended offence this may have caused,” a spokesperson told Global News on Saturday. READ MORE: California police force under fire for posting ‘drunk Santa’ photo One sweater shows a bug-eyed Saint Nick and three lines of a white substance that is heavily […]

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Strathcona County business owner says website was hijacked by design company – Edmonton

A screen shot of what Rick Potts’ website looked like on Monday, Jan. 6, 2014.

EDMONTON – A Strathcona County business owner says his company’s website was hijacked by the web design company he hired to maintain it, and he’s losing business as a result. Rick Potts is the owner of Advance Track Setting Systems, a company that makes grooming equipment for cross country skiing. As a part-time, seasonal business, Potts says he relies on his website to stay afloat. “I probably get 98 per cent of all my customers through the web.” At least that was the case until a couple of months ago, when Potts says his site was taken over by TRi-D-FX. […]

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