The Ottawa Metro News published an article on Thursday November 21, 2013 about the upcoming ReThink911 Ad Campaign in Ottawa, Canada’s capital city. This very positive media coverage published on page 4 was seen by over 50,000 Ottawa residents, educating them about the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7. The Ottawa Citizen also published an article about the campaign, though less in-depth, which was seen by over 100,000 Ottawa residents.
Both articles cover the ReThink911 ad campaign that will be on Ottawa buses during the month of December. The articles also talk about the presence of ReThink911 and Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth spokespersons at the city’s November 20 Transit Commission meeting, where the Commission voted to review its advertising policies in response to the ReThink911’s September 2013 ad campaign.
“Should such an activity be blocked because some in our society are uncomfortable about the implications about this building being brought down by controlled demolitions? The Canadian charter of rights and freedoms says, ‘no.’”
—Isabelle Beenan, Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Trush spokesperson
The December campaign by ReThink911 aims to reach 70% of Ottawa residents with ads that will be seen on the back of buses for the entire month. The Ottawa campaign will be followed by a massive campaign of 800 subway and bus ads in Toronto, reaching over 40% of the 5.5 million residents in the Toronto area. With these back-to-back campaigns ReThink911 will continue to stimulate the ongoing public debate and unprecedented media coverage sparked by our September 2013 ads in Canada.
Metro News Ottawa article (web version)
Metro News Ottawa article (PDF version)
Ottawa Citizen article (web version)