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George Stroumboulopoulos

"It has been a heartbreaking week," said George Stroumboulopoulos Sunday night at the onset of his three-hour "The Strombo
By now we've all seen dozens of "Happy" videos, but this one is bound to make you smile. The Canadian Olympic Team filmed
Poet, author, activist and all-around renaissance woman Maya Angelou died Wednesday at the age of 86. She lived her life
George Stroumboulopoulos said goodbye to CBC in style this week. He's moving to the new Hockey Night in Canada to work with
Tegan and Sara may be hoping to hear their names at the Junos this weekend, where they're up for four awards, but the pop
I agree when Strombo says that he can leave his personal biases aside when talking about teams other than his beloved Montreal Canadiens, but do sports journalists really have less serious reporting to do than traditional journalists? Is Strombo right that the fan and journalist roles in sports are unlikely to clash? Recent events say no.
Strap on your skates, Strombo. You're going in. Rogers has confirmed the team of broadcasters who will anchor NHL national
UPDATE: Rogers has confirmed that George Stroumboulopoulos will be anchoring Hockey Night in Canada. Hockey Night stalwarts
You wouldn't expect there to be many CBC fans in Rob Ford's office. But that's exactly what George Stroumboulopoulos found
Canadians Tarek Loubani and John Greyson endured a harrowing ordeal during their imprisonment in Egypt, and now they're sharing