Canadiana

At The Hundredth Meridian

Canadian identity at the end of an American myth

A sold-out crowd watches The Tragically Hip play Toronto’s Molson Amphitheatre on Canada Day, 2015.

In 2019, no Canadian political party attracted more than ~6 million votes. As a quirk of our voting system, most winning candidates had fewer than 30,000 ballots cast in their name. Three years prior, ~12 million Canadians watched The Tragically Hip’s final concert. We swayed in the same wind…

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only a poet. artist. theorist. i have no special talents, i am only passionately curious. www.dullstyle.ca.

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Jacob Berg

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only a poet. artist. theorist. i have no special talents, i am only passionately curious. www.dullstyle.ca.

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