Friday, 25 June 2010

Flash Dance in Eaton Centre Makes G-20 Stuff Look Cheap Even If It's Way Too Expensive

And today because I regret Stephen Harper and the $2 billion spent on the G-8 and G-20 meetings and because even though I live in Montreal, I sometimes see the good things about Toronto, here's a video made in Toronto's Eaton Centre:

From the You-Tube backgrounder: "Kim MacGregor organized this flash mob of 200 dancers to launch the "feel good" movement, "I Believe She's Amazing" in honor of her friend Erika Heller who passed away May 28th, 2009 at 31 yrs. old...this is her living legacy. The amazing choreographers and dancers pulled this together in just one-6 hr rehearsal the day before the shoot. (The song is I Believe by Yolanda Adams, from the soundtrack to the movie Honey starring Jessica Alba.)"

Okay, Steve, over to you: are you going to do as much for maternal and child health?

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