A milestone was achieved at Sunday's Juno Awards in Winnipeg, as the festivities were graced with the presence of a Canadian performer who actually lives in Canada.
We asked a random sampling of Canadians, who all happen to live on the same block as us: "What do you think of Jean Brault's inflammatory testimony at the Gomery Commission?"
Smiths falls radio in the morning, wake up with Buford McGraw
Conservative leader Stephen Harper today unveiled a 14-foot-high marble statue of Quebec communications executive Jean Brault at the front of Stornaway, the official residence of the Leader of the Official Opposition.
Buford McGraw goes on a wild ride with Bruce Hernuffegan of the Canadian Bidet Council (CBC) and his bidet.
For those of you who didn't witness Prime Minister Paul Martin's address to the nation last night (with a new episode of America's Funniest Videos on in the same time slot, who can blame you?) we provide to you an unedited transcript of the Prime Minister's speech, blue language and all.
We are proud to announce a new series at TheHammer.ca: Celebrity Advice for Men. Stars of every kind will be answering the common questions of common men.
After receiving numerous complaints from various native organizations about the selection of Ilanaaq --a stylized, multi-coloured Inuit Inukshuk--as the official logo for the games, the Games' braintrust attempted to respond the outcry this morning by unveiling a new "associate" mascot for the Games.
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