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Sports Fans asked to scrimmage on name change question

20:21  14 february  2018
20:21  14 february  2018 Source:   msn.com

Kim Cattrall Confirms Brother Has Died Hours After Asking Fans to Help Find Him

  Kim Cattrall Confirms Brother Has Died Hours After Asking Fans to Help Find Him Kim Cattrall‘s brother has died, she revealed just hours after asking fans to help find him after he went missing in Canada. In a tweet, the Sex and the City star, 61, wrote, “It is with great sadness that myself and my family announce the unexpected passing of our son and brother, Chris Cattrall.” “At this time we ask for privacy. We want to thank you all on social media for your outpouring of love and support in this trying time.” Alongside the message, Kim shared a photo of herself and her brother. It is with great sadness that myself and my family announce the unexpected passing of our son and brother, Chris Cattrall. At this time we ask for privacy. We want to thank you all on social media for your outpouring of love and support in this trying time. pic.twitter.com/n4dQAMrTvS— Kim Cattrall (@KimCattrall) February 4, 2018 Chris’ cause of death wasn’t immediately made public, but he had been missing since Jan. 30, according to the actress. In her initial post asking fans to spread the word that her family was searching for Chris, Kim wrote that her brother’s keys, cell phone and wallet were left on the table of his home in Lacombe, Alberta, in Canada. She also noted that his front door was unlocked. “This is not like Chris,” she wrote. “He would never leave his unlocked home without those items nor his 7 beloved dogs.” RCMP Alberta also shared a missing person notice on its Twitter page Sunday. The actress asked fans to retweet the information and has been reposting tweets about Christopher on her account.

EDMONTON - Thousands of core fans of the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos are being asked if they think the team should change its name.

The question surrounding the name Eskimo is contained in the club's annual survey of its season ticket holders.

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The term is widely considered to be offensive by Canada’s Inuit population.

A poll conducted by Insight West found 57 per cent of Canadians find its use acceptable.

League commissioner and former Eskimo player Randy Ambrosie says it’s up to the team to decide if the name should be changed.

Ambrosie, who was in the Alberta capital on Tuesday, says it's an issue for the Eskimos, their fans and for the relationship between Edmontonians and the Inuit community.

Major League Baseball's Cleveland Indians announced last month that starting in 2019 they are changing their uniform's logo, which depicts a smiling Indigenous man called Chief Wahoo. (CTV Edmonton, The Canadian Press)

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