The fight to save the seal hunt

The fight to save the seal hunt
During a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) event, comedian Mark Critch offers Pamela Anderson (in sunglasses) a cheque Tuesday afternoon in exchange for giving up her acting career. The PETA event was interrupted by the comedian as they tried to offer $1 million to end the seal hunt. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram
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- December 31, 1969
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He(Gritch) makes me embarassed to be Canadian!He made a big fool of himself. Pam Anderson, on the other hand, represented Canadians well.She didn't personally attack Gritch nor did she try and humiliate him .(And she could have!but she didn't.)She was there for a cause she believes in - NOT to throw personal insults.

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