Ken Langdon says his upstart and independent Carleton Free Press injects competition into New Brunswick’s newspaper landscape. Brunswick News, owner of Langdon’s former paper, the Woodstock Bugle-Observer, alleges Langdon used proprietary information for his start-up. This forms the basis of “The Great Newspaper War of Woodstock, New Brunswick,” an account of events leading up to the publishers’ legal battle by RRJ.ca’s Rebecca Rose. For blog coverage of the court case, check out this Town Hall post.
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