Ontario car dealership apologizes after seemingly obvious advertising mistake

TORONTO -- A car dealership in Ontario has apologized after using a photo of two people shaking hands while wearing face masks in a flyer for a sales event.

In a statement to CTV News Toronto, Nissan Canada said its dealership in Newmarket used the "publicly available stock advertising image" for a flyer but it has since been removed.

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