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  1. What Makes a Music Video “Look Canadian?” Dave Shumka Breaks it Down

    Someone please make a flowchart of this.

    We love Canada. It gave us Chris Hadfield and our wonderful weekend editor Sam Maggs. We have a lot in common, but when something's Canadian, you can just kind of tell. Comedian, blogger, and Canadian Dave Shumka set out to qualify what makes music videos "look Canadian" over on the CBC Music Blog.

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  2. Chris Hadfield Continues Being Awesome, Will Host Reddit AMA From Space Today at 4pm ET

    If there's something cool to be done aboard the International Space Station, then Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is going to do it. He's already talked to William Shatner, jammed with the Barenaked Ladies, and tweeted a Valentine while in space. Today at 4pm ET he'll be taking questions during a Reddit Ask Me Anything. Our first question: Why you so awesome, Commander Hadfield?

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  3. Space Jam: Chris Hadfield Plays With Barenaked Ladies From International Space Station [Video]

    In what will most likely be the most Canadian thing you see today, unless there's a Degrassi marathon on tonight, here's a video of Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield playing a song with the Barenaked Ladies, the most celebrated Canadian alt rock band of the mid-90's, and the Canadian show choir national champions the Wexford Gleeks. The song is titled "I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing)" and it was commisioned by CBCMusic.ca and The Coalition for Music Education with the Canadian Space Agency to focus on music education in Canada.

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