bell media: She alleges the broadcaster later refunded her money and refused to run the clip, without providing an explanation for its decision, according to Vancouver Courier. The allegations have not been proven in court and Bell Media did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Faith Goldy, a former journalist who is now a fringe candidate in Toronto's municipal election, wants the court to order the broadcaster to run the ad until the Oct. 22 vote.article continues below Trending Stories Here's 11 Vancouver happy hours to check out in fall Vancouver weather sunshine forecast for the next 14 days The League Vancouver's newest dating app aimed at would-be power couples'VPD officer assaulted during routine traffic stop on Granville Strip VIDEO In documents filed this week, Goldy alleges Bell Media initially agreed to air her campaign ad on its television station CP24 and accepted a deposit of more than 13,000. Goldy, whose campaign includes anti-immigrant policies, once penned an article suggesting there was white genocide in Canada. Her lawyer, Clayton Ruby, said Wednesday there is nothing in the ad itself that the broadcaster could object to, calling it utterly innocuous. Vote Faith Goldy for mayor and Toronto ceases to be a Sharia safe space, she said in a recent tweet. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.