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Canada 150 Debate: Who is the Greatest Canadian Musician of All Time?

Here’s something we can fight about over the long weekend: Who is the greatest Canadian musician of all time? The people at CJOB/Winnipeg put together this handy bracket, pitting different regions of the country (Poutine, Ketchup Chips, Butter Tart and Peameal Bacon) against each other.

The bracket looks like this. Click on the image to be taken to a version that you can print out.

Alan Cross

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3 thoughts on “Canada 150 Debate: Who is the Greatest Canadian Musician of All Time?

  • Then there is the Tim Bit Region. New & on their way!!! Bloody Diamonds, Last Bullet, Bleeker, The Damn Truth, Little Foot Long Foot, The Wild, Celebration Army, Ascot Royals, One Bad Son, Crown Lands, Kobra & the Lotus, Glorious Sons, The Road Heavy, The Balconies, Diemonds, Julian Taylor Band, Daylight For Deadeyes. I can only do rock as I only do rock. Great list of yours.

  • I forgot July Talk on my Tim Bit region list.

  • Skip to the end… Winner: The Hip (of course)


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