Christie Blatchford Accounts for the Relatively Paltry Turn Out (25,000 Instead of the Predicted 50,000) at Justin's Canada Day Par-Tay
Blatchford 'splains why so many decided to stay away. It wasn't the rain. It was the desire to avoid a scolding:
By now, with the Vimy Ridge 100th anniversary celebration not far in the rear-view mirror, Canadians know precisely what to expect on such occasions — paeans to equity, refrains praising the collective modern tolerance (but damning the oppression that went before and lingers on), rote odes to all that is indigenous — and thought better of it.
Can you blame them?
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