Shaw Communications, a cable provider in Canada, is now giving its customers the option to eliminate Fox News Channel from their homes, for good. So, now 700,000 subscribers can now remove all fear that they accidentally leave their TV on FNC. This is due to recent disparaging comments aired on the Fox News show Red Eye about Canada’s military. Best part? No extra cost, which I think would be a first for a cable company, if you know what I mean…

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2 Responses to “Canada Sticks It To Fox News”

  1. Sounds good but the price should actually be less since they’re losing a channel. I like the option, but it be really good for those Canadians if they could replace it with something more credible like the Cartoon Network.

  2. FoxNewsBoycott says:

    That would be the logical thing to do, but cable providers tend to nickel and dime you, so I could see them calling it “custom programming” and charging more.

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