What’s more compelling for a newspaper reader, like me, who checks in to see what the latest news is on her favourite papers’ websites:
Would it be:
The Globe’s 12:28 headline story, “Canada’s changing family”, topped by a photo of a gay couple waving what is presumably a marriage license, or
The Post’s non-time-stamped CanWest story, accompanied but a small but amusing photo of a wedding cake topped with two brides:
The Star’s leading CP-authored, 9 am time-stamped census story, “One-parent familes on the rise”, accompanied by a video, the static first frame of which is the census logo:
…and the rest of which is an interminable interview with a talking head from Stats Can in front of a wall.