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The city will re-examine the way controversial Edmonton Transit ads are approved after pulling anti-Muslim bus placards offering to help Muslim girls threatened with honour killing.

"The minute I found out about these ads, I called over to Charlie Stolte, our general manager of Edmonton Transit Service, and showed my displeasure," Coun. Amarjeet Sohi said Tuesday.

"They target one group, and in my mind they were very discriminatory and racist, and there's no place for that kind of bigotry on city property."


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