The Globe and Mail dropped a comic after the illustrator made remarks deemed racially insensitive.

On Sunday, Globe announced it was dropping the renowned “Dilbert” comic because creator Scott Adams made discriminatory comments. The Globe was no doubt referring to a YouTube video Adams posted earlier in the week, which spurred a string of cancellations of the cartoon across America.

“While we respect and encourage free speech,” wrote the Globe, “his views do not align with our editorial or business values as an organization.”

Cartoonist Scott Adams’ YouTube video posted on Wednesday focused on the results of a public-opinion poll concerning race relations.

“This is the first political poll that ever changed my activities,” he said.

Adams referred to a Rasmussen poll, in which he said 26% of Black respondents agreed it’s not OK to be White, and 21% said they didn’t know if it’s OK to be White.

“The way things are going,” said Adams, “the current advice I’d give to White people is: get the hell away from Black people. […] Because there’s no fixing this. This can’t be fixed. You just have to escape.”

“So I’m going to back off from being helpful to Black America because it doesn’t seem like it pays off. I’ve been doing it all my life and the only outcome is I get called a racist.”

“Now we should be friendly. I’m not saying start a war or do anything bad. Nothing like that. I’m just saying… get away. Just get away.”

On Monday, CNN reported that last week hundreds of papers in The USA Today Network, as well as The Washington Post, dropped Adams and his Dilbert comic.

The Globe and Mail followed suit on Sunday.