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The country's largest radio broadcasters — Rogers Media, Bell Media and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation — followed the lead of a Cleveland radio station this week in banning the song "Baby, It's Cold Outside" from their stations this Christmas season.
The song that's been re-recorded countless times by dozens of different artists and groups in the decades since it debuted in 1944, is under scrutiny for containing lyrics that many consider inappropriate in light of the #MeToo movement that has emerged in North America.