Michael Valpy of the Globe and Mail recounts the sale of CBC props:
- Guess who was first in line for the throne?
“It also makes sense that when the CBC began selling off more than 50 years worth of props, costumes and set designs last month, first in line to buy the throne was the Royal Canadian Air Farce. The Queen, who makes regular appearances on Air Farce courtesy of actress Luba Goy, can’t sit on a kitchen chair.”
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