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VIDEO: The Tragically Hip, screening of the final show

Some fans got a little too excited as you'll see in the video...

This video is from the screening at the Meridian Centre in St. Catharines of the final Tragically Hip show in Kingston.

The Performing Arts Centre on St. Paul Street, downtown St. Catharines will be screening the 2017 Tragically Hip concert film Long Time Running at The Film House on:

  • Friday, October 20/6:30pm, 
  • Saturday, October 21/9pm and
  • Tuesday, October 24/7pm.
The Centre will be collecting donations for The Gord Downie Chanie Wenjack Fund. Tickets are $7 for Film House members or $9 for general admission. More information is available on here.

Source(s): stcatharinesstandard 

Inside Canada’s largest privately-owned nuclear fallout shelter (Facebook Video)

"... some things last and some things don't. ... we got these big jugs of V8 juice and after they got 10 years old they went completely black and so I drank a whole jug of V8 juice that was black and over 10 years old. You know, it didn't hurt me. It didn't taste good but I could drink it. And if you're starving that's the difference maybe between life and death."

Great featured article from the National Post

How a Canadian built a DIY nuclear bunker from 42 buried buses and plenty of concrete

Fires, floods, thieves, rodents: The elderly couple has survived all manner of calamity in recent weeks, except for the one disaster they have actually been preparing for over the past 50 years — a nuclear war. Beach is the founder of Ark Two, a privately owned, 10,000-square-foot nuclear fallout shelter, sunk beneath several metres of concrete and soil on a 12.5 acre parcel of land near his home. And, yes, the 83-year-old is accustomed to being dismissed as a “kook.”
But maybe he’s onto something. - National Post

Inside Canada’s largest privately-owned nuclear fallout shelter
Tour a DIY nuclear bunker made from 42 buried buses and plenty of concrete. http://bit.ly/2yrSdn9
Posted by St. Catharines Standard on Monday, October 16, 2017

VIDEO: Gord Downie BOBCAYGEON Live and Acoustic at Niagara on the Lake July 23, 2011 Jackson Triggs

Remembering Gord Downie...

From the Jackson Triggs Vineyard/Winery on July 23, 2011.  Close and intimate concert with Gord Downie, lead of the Tragically Hip.  Fantastic night of acoustic guitar, up front and personal.