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Lake Shore “sizzle reel” removed from YouTube

Lake Shore "sizzle reel" removed from YouTube

Earlier today, we noticed that the Lake Shore “sizzle reel” had been removed from YouTube due to “a copyright claim by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.” Could it be that CBC had bought rights to the already scandal-ridden show? Probably not. We called both the broadcaster and Lake Shore creator Maryam Rahimi to find out what the deal is, but so far, our calls have not been returned. In the meantime, the clip can still be viewed here.

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