In this photo caption (from "Protests grow against Gordon Campbell award" on CBC News online on September 5, 2011), why would the writer misspell Bill Tieleman's last name? And why would they leave out the word are from between there and a? In the article itself, Tieleman's last name was misspelled all four times it was written. Now, in an apparent fix, it alternates: it's introduced correctly, then is wrong, is correct, and ends wrong. Why? Why only fix two of the four and why leave the photo caption alone entirely? Also,
why has the weirdness surrounding the date and time of posted articles not been fixed? Click an image to enlarge it.
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