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    Toronto Writer Accused of Racism on Her Latest Ant-Smoking Editorial on Social Media

     
    Rosie DiManno, a Toronto Star editor wrote a passionate article about her anti smoking ban stance.

    In one of her article, she claimed that the the only once impacted by anti smoking ban in playgrounds could be, "the Filipino nannies that are minding your kids." An assault to many Filipino professionals trying to keep their positive image around the world and to parents who willingly take time off to take care of their kids.

    A Toronto social media marketing manager wrote created this video on YouTube.

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