Members of the Toronto Buddhist community helped designed seven different front pages of today’s Sunday Star, before the final one was chosen by the Dalai Lama who is visiting Toronto.
“You can be sure that I will choose the best one,” he joked as he sat with members of his community and Star editors.
It’s not the first time this year people with names better known than most front-page editors, chose the headlines and photos for a Canadian newspaper, “43 million displaced people in the world”.
Last spring, the pop singers, Bono, and Bob Geldof, contributed their opinions for a special edition about Africa of The Globe and Mail.
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