The cartoon networks logo has changed from a cartoon network to a logo that has become associated with intolerance and intolerance and racism.
This has led to the network’s decision to remove its cartoon network branding from all advertising in 2018, according to the Cartoon Network of Canada (CNC) in a statement.
“This change was a result of a variety of factors, including the rising visibility of racism and xenophobic views, and the fact that the network was unable to keep pace with the rapid growth of digital advertising,” the statement read.
The Cartoon Network logo has also become a point of contention within the political community.
In January, the CNC released a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, urging him to remove the Cartoon Networks logo from government advertising.
“The Cartoon Network has been an effective vehicle for the promotion of diversity and tolerance.
However, it is clear that it has become an instrument of hatred and intolerance,” the letter read.
“It is time for our government to take a strong stand against hate, and to do so by removing the Cartoon networks logo from all federal advertising.”