From Katie Mapes of the Harvard Law School Record:
- Harvard Law (Television) Review: Canadian Television
“For reasons that are beyond me, our neighbor to the north apparently doesn’t think it’s worth their time to police what videos are put on YouTube. But I’m not complaining. As a result, you can watch full seasons of Canadian television on-line. It’s a perfect way to kick back and to assure yourself that even a nation with universal health care and money that is terrifyingly worth more than yours still can’t manage to properly pronounce words like ‘sorry’ and ‘about.'” Read more.
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