When the Toronto Sun published an insensitive headline about Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek just hours after he announced his personal battle with pancreatic cancer, offended readers took to social media to call out the daily Toronto newspaper and its owner, Postmedia.\nThe headline in question was published in Thursday's print edition of the newspaper. It read, "Game over for Trebek? Pancreatic cancer among deadliest". The same headline was also published in Winnipeg's version of the newspaper, the Winnipeg Sun.\nREAD ALSO: Canadian Television Host Alex Trebek Confirms Stage 4 Cancer Diagnosis On Air\nThe following day, the Toronto Sun issued an apology over social media and removed the headline from its online newspaper:\nOur apologies. We crossed the line with an insensitive headline in Thursday’s print edition. We apologize to Alex Trebek and his family and wish him well in his cancer battle.\n— Toronto Sun (@TheTorontoSun) March 9, 2019\nHowever, readers argue that at that point, the damage was already done. Despite the news publisher's public apology, The Toronto Sun and Postmedia have received countless complaints from readers.\nSeriously?Your Editor should be fired!I mean, who actually thought printing this headline was a good idea?This is a new low, even for your tired rag!#CDNMedia #TorontoSun #AlexTrebek\n— The Ubiquitous J-Man (@Swift01_2000) March 10, 2019\nI didn't see it because I will never look at the Toronto Sun. But if you have to apologize to Alex Trebek then it's obvious what a POS publication you are. JHC....really???\n— BettyMcAfee (@blm8688) March 11, 2019\nHow can it possibly be that not one person along the way to actually being published, no one saw the cruel insensitivity of running a headline like, "Game Over for Alex Trebek"? It won't be soon enough when the headline appears in other newspapers, "Game Over for Toronto Sun".\n— Oooh, Canada ! (@CanadaOooh) March 10, 2019\nHonest? You wrote this for that right wing rag, Toronto Sun, you know, the piece of crap that created that disgusting headline about Alex Trebek.\n— Doug McGregor🇨🇦 (@Cdn4LFC) March 11, 2019\nAnd just for the record Alex Trebek is Canadian born the Toronto sun should have empathy for the family not just because they are Canadians but humanity.\n— PRD8NDIAN61 (@Prd8N) March 10, 2019\nWTF was the headline writer thinking here?Winnipeg Sun's insensitive Alex Trebek headline says 'Game over?' - iMediaEthics https://t.co/xAo0PrBipf\n— Chad Sebring (@chadsebring) March 12, 2019\nMC: The Winnipeg Sun has apologised to Alex Trebek after running this very poor taste headline ==> https://t.co/7KkXXMJbqx pic.twitter.com/ybXAXeLcP4\n— BIG 101 (@1011bigfm) March 12, 2019\nThe Sun is not a newspaper. It's a disrespectful tabloid sensationalizing stories, pushing conspiracy theories and lies and often endorsing the right wing agenda. The Alex Trebek headliner is just another example\n— Stephen....Is it just me...or....??? (@4761a995554645f) March 10, 2019\nWhile many readers criticized the Toronto Sun for issuing an apology after the fact, some readers perceived the newspaper's admission of fault to be sincere and respectable.\nApology to Alex Trebek – Toronto Sun. Good on the Toronto Sun & @PostmediaNews for doing this. We all make mistakes. https://t.co/9or3I1RawP\n— Simon Dingley (@SimonDingleyCBC) March 9, 2019\nAs I write for the Toronto Sun, I'm repeating what I tweeted when I first heard about Alex Trebek's announcement he has pancreatic cancer. I am glad the Sun has apologized for an unfortunate and tasteless headline in our paper when the news was first announced. https://t.co/XHYTyvzdLc\n— Lorrie Goldstein (@sunlorrie) March 10, 2019\niMediaEthics, a not-for-profit, non-partisan news site that publishes recent media ethics news and investigations into ethical lapses, has launched an investigation into how the Toronto Sun's "insensitive" headline got approved for publishing.\nREAD ALSO: Canadians Are Heartbroken And Sending Their Support To Alex Trebek After His Stage 4 Cancer News\nThe organization wrote to the Toronto Sun requesting comment on how many complaints it received, whether or not Trebek’s representatives had reached out, and how the headline made it to publication. So far, iMediaEthics has yet to receive a response.