Oh, whine, whine, whine. Complain, complain, complain.
Canadians are champion complainers. It’s intuitive. An instinctive reaction to occasional feelings about the utter futility of existence in a bloody cold country.
Listen, if complaining were a winter Olympic sport, we’d own the podium in Sochi. And, once at the podium, what would a Canadian start complaining about? Television, cable, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. That’s what.
It’s true that Canadians have a lot to complain about in this area. It’s the job of the CRTC to listen and do something. And it isn’t. It’s faking it.
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