To the editors of the Sudbury Star. Show some discernment and decency when selecting titles for your articles. A very sad situation occurred regarding the death/ drowning of a child. You could have selected an appropriate title WITHOUT reaching for sensationalism in a case such as this.
Your news reporting is a privilege. Having access to sensitive information is a privilege. I find you lacking. Never forget you are dealing with real people, real situations, unfortunate life events, massive errors in judgments at times. You are well aware of this.
Trying to sensationalize and cause someone more pain makes you (writer, editor) rather evil in my eyes. Bunch of heartless nobodies trying to catch headlines with a tragedy and in the process, hurt another human being to their core by your heartless antics. Many people are affected by this, including another child.
Shape up or ship the heck out. We can find ourselves a better version of you for a local paper. Remember that.