User talk:Jeff G.
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Paragon cause Deletion Re-evaluation
I wrote an article a while back that was deleted. A few things have changed and I am curious if people would re-consider. I know one of the big issues was related to notoriety. I think that has changed. As of now, the group is being featured both online and on national radio with Corus Radio (See Links below).
In addition to this, they were featured on national CBC radio as well as an article on National CBC website (see Below).
I think together, this certainly increases the notoriety. Obviously, I can add these links to the page if restored. I am not sure how this works, but I thought writting you was the best first step.
Paragon Cause on Global News Canada and Corus Radio - https://globalnews.ca/news/5080513/nighttime-podcast-recap-firearms-arsenal-valentines-day-massacre-plot/ Paragon Cause on Global News Canada and Corus Radio - https://globalnews.ca/news/5055265/nighttime-podcast-recap-sasquatch-pictou-county-ns/
Paragon Cause on CBC - https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/new-ontario-songs-1.5010329