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Jacob Hoggard

Lizzie Renaud said she won't share photos of the altered designs for fear of more backlash.
"We really have to check our priorities sometimes."
It's true: award show hosts can basically get away with wearing anything. Proof? Junos 2015 host Jacob Hoggard of Hedley
Canadian pop-rockers Hedley have just released "Wild Life," their first album since 2011's "Storm" nearly topped the charts
When we first met the guys from Hedley, the band wanted to embark on a Me to We Trip to Kenya. When their tattooed limbs touched down in the rural Maasai Mara, we wondered how the community would react to the Canadian rockers. Turns out the local chiefs were fascinated by the band's markings.
As a final tribute to this Canadian icon, let's demonstrate the power of the penny and make the wishes of so many around the world come true: let's collect enough pennies to provide clean water for life for 100,000 people. Just $25 in pennies provides a permanent source of clean water for a person in a developing country.
A penny saved is a penny earned, but 25 dollars in pennies could mean a permanent source of safe drinking water. That's the