Le Goglu

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Le Goglu (goglu refers to a type of small sparrow) was a satirical French-Canadian newspaper edited by Adrien Arcand. The paper first appeared on August 8, 1929. Within a year the paper had a perss run of 55,000 copies. The paper went bankrupt in 1933 after Arcand and his publishing partner Joseph Menard were sued for libel.

Le Goglu sister paper Le Miroir focused on more serious problems facing Quebec.

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