Image via: The Toronto Star
I’m imposing Canada Day celebrations on this blog. As a Canadian it seems only appropriate.
- 1 41 – Not too shabby eh? Thomas Walkom reflects on Canada’s 141th birthday for the Toronto Star. He thinks Canada’s survived conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper, which frankly remains to be seen, but whatever. He also identifies Canadian writers as pessimists, so perhaps I’m just living up to the national character.
- The Walrus, a Canadian publication covering environmental issues, politics, arts, and culture has a great collage essay up by Sergei Sviatchenko
- Half of the People Are Stoned and the Other Half Are Waiting for the Next Election. A unique American homage to the current Canadian political climate speaking specifically to American politics? I’m attending this screening at Light Industry tonight, and in light of this, the event receives honorary Canadian status.
- What could be more Canadian than this?
Unamerican films on the 4th of July
Friday, July 4, 2008
Rooftop Films and Solar One Present
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Free Drinks, live music, a fantastic fireworks view and explosive political films. A mix of the wacky and the weighty in contemporary America.