The social media guy for BBC might want to get new stock photos of Turkey.
On Sunday night, the British news outlet tweeted out a picture of Calgary’s skyline attached to a story about Turkey’s elected mayors being replaced by government appointed officials.
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) September 11, 2016
Our Mayor was quick to catch the mistake and retweeted asking if he could skip today’s council meeting.
Something’s not quite right here… Or I missed a memo. Can I skip the incredibly long council meeting tomorrow? https://t.co/gq3uFKVuWW
— Naheed Nenshi (@nenshi) September 12, 2016
Calgarians quickly replied to Nenshi, bursting his happy bubble by saying unfortunately not.
@nenshi nice try. You don’t get out of it that easily…
— D’Arcy Norman (@dlnorman) September 12, 2016
@nenshi No skipping! Work to do: litter, noise, bikes on sidewalks, speeding, air toxics, GHGs, congestion, walkability, sprawl, etc.
— Tom Dougherty (@cbcwatcher8) September 12, 2016