Patrick Brazeau sacked after one column

Patrick Brazeau leaves the Senate following a vote on Parliament Hill in Ottawa November 5, 2013....

Patrick Brazeau leaves the Senate following a vote on Parliament Hill in Ottawa November 5, 2013. The Senate voted to suspend senators Brazeau, Pamela Wallin and Mike Duffy without pay. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

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Suspended Sen. Patrick Brazeau has been fired from his first foray into journalism after penning just one column.

The embattled senator has been sacked from the Halifax-based humour publication Frank Magazine, APTN reports.

Frank editor Andrew Douglas announced the decision in a column titled "Please forgive me" in the magazine's latest edition.

"Operation Give a Dog a Bone has been terminated," Douglas wrote.

During his short time with the magazine, Douglas alleged Brazaau would "inexplicably drop off the map for a day or two, not answering e-mails or telephone calls."

He even went AWOL when he was scheduled to do a radio interview with Douglas, the editor alleged.

What's more, Douglas said Brazeau's one stab at writing wasn't up to snuff.

"There wasn't anything new. A lot of it read like that hail Mary speech he gave last fall before the Senate gave him the boot," wrote Douglas.

Brazeau is one of a trio of senators suspended without pay in November for improper expense claims.

He has not commented on his latest job loss.


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