Justin Trudeau may be the next big thing – but Stephen Harper’s still Nickelback Politics, like music, is about sound and vision. What will voters want to hear in 2015?
By Andrew MacDougall, for CBC News Posted: Sep 07, 2014 5:00 AM ET Last Updated: Sep 07, 2014 5:31 AM ET
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Calgarians, and fans of the band Nickleback, are furious that the band nixed a television appearance at the charity concert for the flood victims in Calgary.
Nickleback. So Conservative. So Harper.
They used to call it corporate rock. Now it’s Conservative rock.
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