Talk:CTV News at 5 (Maritimes)
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Does anyone have any examples of the milestone segment being continuously derided by industry watchers in the rest of North America as "hokey"? From what I can tell this statement is based on a comment made by host Starr Dobson in an article in the University of King's College Journalism Review . I couldn't find any examples of industry watchers making a statement like that, on the internet anyway. I don't think that a seemingly unsubstatiated statement should be included in the article. It would probably be a good idea to remove it until it is backed up by something. --BoyoJonesJr 23:19, 2 November 2005 (UTC)
Nancy Regan is not Nancy Reagan, the former U.S. President's wife. There should either be a disambiguation page or the link should be removed. Nancy Regan the atlantic canada media personality has a website here: 
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