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Canadian workers celebrate repeal of anti-union Bill C-377

As Canada's unions celebrate their first victory their counterparts in the U.S. and U.K. are engaged in similar battles for workers' rights.

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| January 14, 2016

Indie Inside: Loon Choir

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From Canada's parliamentary hub and capital city comes Loon Choir -- an urgent pulse of fresh sonic air featuring textured guitar, synth, and violin hooks backed by a sometimes groovy, sometimes four-to-the-floor backline that lays the foundation for powerful choral-esque male and female vocals whose lyrics allude to injustice and the destruction of nature. 

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