Andrew Coyne resigns as National Post comment editor after paper rejects election column - 2015-10-19

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F182.png Andrew Coyne resigns as National Post comment editor after paper rejects election column October 19, 2015, CBC News

Andrew Coyne used Twitter on Monday to announce that he has resigned as editor of editorials and comment for the National Post, but would continue as a columnist with the paper.

Coyne said his decision was made in response to a decision by the Post not to run one of his columns leading up to the federal election.

Postmedia, which owns the National Post, has endorsed Stephen Harper and the Conservatives. The website Canadaland published a story last Friday saying the paper had spiked a weekend column by Coyne in which he endorsed a different party.

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