Cartoonist calls out third-party group for using art in political ad - 2019-10-11

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F0.png Cartoonist calls out third-party group for using art in political ad October 11, 2019, Jeremiah Rodriguez, CTV News

TORONTO -- Cartoonist Michael de Adder called out third-party political group Canada Strong and Proud for using his cartoon in an online advertisement without his permission.

In a tweet, he wrote "my cartoon is being used for a political ad. WTF! That takes a lot of nerve." He added "I want (it) taken down, and I want compensation."

The cartoon, which originally ran in The Chronicle Herald in September, appears to show up in the third-party group's Facebook ad. It features Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau falling off a horse with carrying satchels that read: "Dirt on others."

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{{cite news | first = Jeremiah | last = Rodriguez | title = Cartoonist calls out third-party group for using art in political ad | url = https://election.ctvnews.ca/cartoonist-calls-out-third-party-group-for-using-art-in-political-ad-1.4635145 | work = CTV News | date = October 11, 2019 | accessdate = October 24, 2019 }}