"... it's a free country and we all get to have our say," said the singer.
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Warning: the chorus may be stuck in your head all day.
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Forget the dirty money "jobs and billions" dreams Premier Christy Clark and her cabinet cronies sell. Their sleight of hand is clumsy, bad for B.C., bad for our planet and the children to come.
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"Hey Yoga Haters- bet you can't wait for international Tai Chi day."
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Beloved children's entertainer Raffi Cavoukian has aimed some sharp criticism at B.C. Premier Christy Clark as the province's teachers' strike continues. A longtime advocate for children's rights, th...
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If the internet and InfoTech have become the background of our thoughts, something fundamentally human may be shifting. Our relationship to Nature, our footing on Earth. Our essential experience of human reality. InfoTech pioneers, brilliant engineers and visionaries, have had diverse motivations in leading this digital revolution. Originally, InfoTech wasn't all about money, though money is very much at the centre of it now. Many were thrilled at the democratic possibilities of an electronically connected world; some were dazzled by the chance to alter reality. By a chance to play God.
It's been a strange week for Stars singer Torquil Campbell. On Monday he realized the group would be scheduled at this year's Ottawa Blues Fest at the same time Icelandic singer Bjork was performing....
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As of this writing, Canada is 12th, with one gold, five silver and 12 bronze medals. Let us all bow our heads and listen up to what Jerry Seinfeld says: "You win the gold -- you feel good, you win the bronze -- you think, "Well, at least I got something". But when you win that silver it's like, "Congratulations, you almost won. Of all the losers you came in first of that group. You're the number one loser."
So at least we have something. A lot of something.