The article Corporate Welfare Not Repaid — bureaucrats unrepentant, published on Full comment.com on August 23, 2010, wrongly suggested that J.D. Irving, Limited was a recipient of Atlantic Canada Opportunity Agency (ACOA) funds that were used to produce Royale brand bath tissue and that were not repaid. In fact, J.D. Irving, Limited began receiving an ACOA grant in 2005 for a research project involving naturally occurring spore in trees that is a natural immunization against budworm infestation. The research project involves respected scientists and shows great potential to reduce pesticide spraying, with positive environmental benefits.
The original piece is gone, but the folks at NP haven't bothered trying to remove the google cache version, which isn't as difficult as you might think.
As for corrections, looks like the rumour I noted yesterday--about Conservative talk-show ranter Lowell Green showing up for the INDU meeting on the long-form census--turned out to be incorrect. Fortunately, Lawrie McFarlane brought more than enough crazy to make up.