Passports Ahoy, Mehta And Gosling For The Win, McGuinty For Punjabi Prom King, Bend Over
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Passports Ahoy, Mehta And Gosling For The Win, McGuinty For Punjabi Prom King, Bend Over


Starting today, you must have a passport to fly from Canada to the U.S. If you’re dead set on clearing customs, it might be best to leave your anti-Bush shirts at home.
After years of anticipation, the Robert Pickton trial is shaping up to be just as horrific as everyone imagined. The trial is expected to carry on for a year, giving the winged fire demons enough time to furnish Pickton’s own special place in hell.
Oscar smiles on Canada: Toronto-based filmmaker Deepa Mehta’s Water was nominated for Best Foreign Film, and Ryan Gosling received a Best Actor nod for his role in Half Nelson. Gosling is up against Leonardo DiCaprio, Peter O’Toole, Will Smith and Forest Whitaker and thus will be an unlikely winner, but it’s a big step for the former Young Hercules.
For some inexplicable reason, Dalton McGuinty was the most popular guy in Punjab over the weekend. Maybe someone tipped off the Pakistani press that the guy who played Norman Bates in Psycho was in town. The resemblance is uncanny.
Ontario Health Minister George Smitherman unveiled a plan yesterday to promote colorectal cancer testing for men over age 50. So call your doctor and get your butt checked.
This message is brought to you by the Foundation for Getting Your Butt Checked.

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