Dave Cournoyer thinks Matt Masters Burgener‘s video “Did Matt Masters Burgener just quit?!?!” might be the smartest ad of the 2015 election. The Huffington Post (Alberta) agrees: There’s no way a candidate can beat Stephen Harper in his own riding — or can he? watch the video . . . … Continue reading
Update: Looks like I misread the message; I missed the F* at the left of the pumpkin. Saw this on Twitter: Unfortunately, the carver didn’t have enough room to say, Ok Harper, you’re out!
Mick Sweetman tweeted, This “I’m gunna vote” video from the Carleton University Student Association is really…something. It is wonderful, but not all Sweetman’s followers agree. However, if it gets students to vote #elxn42, then WTF is their problem? h/t: @LucRinaldi
Helen Austin‘s “Harper Song (Canadian Lies) – Parody” will certainly sound familiar to Canada’s baby boomers. It’s a parody of “American Pie,” a 1971 song by American folk rock singer and songwriter Don McLean. Austin wrote and performed the Harper song because We need a change in the Canadian Govt … Continue reading
Blue Rodeo has released a new (hit?) single: “Stealin’ All My Dreams: A Modern Day Protest Song.” Why? Greg Keelor says, “I didn’t want to talk about it, so I wrote a song about it.” What is “it”? Jim Cuddy explains, “Blue Rodeo does not always speak with one voice. … Continue reading
It’s almost the end of the “lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer,” but the 2015 Canadian election pollsters are just gearing up to predict how Canadians will vote on October 19, 2015. For many of us, it’s too much and too early with no relief in sight. However, the video … Continue reading