James Murray reports from Toronto on the controversy in Canada over a government announcement that the name of Mount Logan, the highest peak in Canada, would be changed to Mount Trudeau. The change was proposed in honor of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, who died last month. Trudeau was a very popular prime minister, but a lot of Canadians are protesting the change. They say it slights Sir William Logan, the famous geologist and explorer for whom the mountain originally was named.
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