Indians remove Chief Wahoo Logo

By CP News TORONTO- The Cleveland Indians’ decision not to use their Chief Wahoo logo in Toronto on Thursday night was applauded by a lawyer representing an Indigenous activist. “We were very pleased to see that the team decided not to use the logo at the game in Toronto,’’ Lenczner Slaght lawyer Monique Jilesen, who has represented Douglas Cardinal, said in an email to The Canadian Press. Cardinal filed a human rights complaint federally and provincially against the Indians, Major League Baseball and Rogers Communications – the owners of the Toronto Blue Jays – trying to stop Cleveland from using the logo during the 2016 American League Championship Series. Jilesen said the parties have resolved the human rights proceedings and the court application. The Indians removed the controversial caricature of…

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