Offensive as it may be to the people of Cleveland, Canadians don't seem particularly triggered by the 1944 holiday classic "Baby, It's Cold Outisde."
In fact, many spoke out in defence of the song last week after Bell Media, Rogers Media and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation all announced that they'd decided to pull the song from their holiday playlists.
At least one of these stations is now reversing its ban on the controversial tune after hearing from audience members who say they want it back.
CBC Music, which operates in Toronto both online and at the radio frequency 94.1 FM, said in a blog post on Tuesday that it had removed the popular song from two of its holiday music streams last week "in recognition of the differing opinions pertaining to the lyrics."
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