The Tragically Hip frontman's perhaps final statement is focusing inwards on Canada's troubling colonial legacy.
Drizzy had a good reason to sit this one out, but Toronto fans were disappointed this year's "special guests" weren't as special.
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The free music and art festival may be leaning more populist, but Hamilton's music scene has stepped up to fill the gaps.
Like the festival itself, the best performances at FME were hard to categorize, and better for it.
Can hip bands and muralists make the happiest city in Canada happier?
August 14, 2016: At the last of their three Toronto shows, Gord Downie and The Hip leave us with the gift of inspiration.
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