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!! OMG, WATCH: Canadian comedians The Kids In The Hall return this Friday to Amazon !!

We can’t wait for this! The Kids In The Hall were queering television in Canada and around the globe far before most people were ready for it! We’re looking forward to seeing what they cook up this time. Check out the trailer for the series after the jump – all 8 episodes are available starting this Friday!

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!! OMG, LISTEN TO THIS: Canadian pop queen Carly Rae Jepsen shares her ‘Western Wind’ with new video !!

A warm, summery hit to propel you out of winter into greener, sunnier days.

“Coming in like a western wind / Do you feel home from all directions / First bloom, you know it’s Spring / Reminding me love that it’s all connected.”

Check out Canadian pop princess Carly Rae Jepsen giving the gays something to drink Aperol Spritzes to above! It fits our breezy.

!! OMG, poor Joe Rogan is sad his sold-out Vancouver show is canceled because Canada won’t let him in unvaxxed !!

BLAME CANADA! Also – yay, Canada!

They aren’t fucking around and will refuse Joe Rogan entry for lack of vaccination when he tries to enter Vancouver for a sold-out show on 4/20. You may recall Joe had COVID and took Ivermectin and somehow now considers himself an infectious disease specialist. Hear what the manbaby has to say about it after the jump!

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!! OMG, CBC Gem teases potential new LGBTQ+ comedy series ‘I Hate People, People Hate Me’ !!

Perpetually disturbed by the world around them, two twenty-somethings navigate their lives as outliers in Toronto’s queer community.

“I Hate People, People Hate Me” is a potential upcoming CBC Gem original series. They’ve just shared a first look at the show starring comics Bobbi Summers and Lily Makowski and we are GAGGED! Head over to Youtube and drop a comment to let CBC you want more of this twisted, queer comedy YESTERDAY!

!! OMG, WATCH: Drag Race Canada announces its Season 2 Cast! !!

They’re herrrre, EH!? The Season 2 cast of Canada’s Drag Race has been announced! The show is also stacked with new judges this season as well as a set of new queens! NOW’s Kevin Ritchie has more:

The two cast members representing Toronto are Eve 6000, a 29-year-old trans and non-binary performer who is an illustrator and holder of the title Miss Angel City Continental Plus 2021; and Scarborough’s Kimora Amour, a 34-year-old carnival costume designer and a neuropathic, pain management procedural nurse, who “has been on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic,” according to a press release.

The Vancouver queens set to appear on the series are 24-year-old Métis queen Beth, 29-year-old Gia Metric (who is originally from Toronto), 30-year-old Kendall Gender and 29-year-old Synthia Kiss.

Four queens will hold it down for la belle province: 29-year-old Adriana and 35-year-old Océane Aqua-Black, both from Quebec City; and 26-year-old Pythia and 27-year-old Suki Doll, both from Montreal.

Icesis Couture, a 34-year-old from Ottawa, and Stephanie Prince, a 24-year-old from Calgary, round out the cast.

The winner will receive $100,000 and, of course, the crown. Find the cast reveal teaser after the jump! The show premieres on Crave on October 14.

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!! OMG, LISTEN TO THIS: Mighloe shares a beautiful live acoustic performance of ‘Cruel’ !!

Toronto-based singer & songwriter Mighloe‘s next leading single “Cruel” and EP “Desperate Times” are out June 1st to correlate with Black Music Month and Pride Month in Canada — and Mighloe is an emerging queer voice from both communities. When speaking on her inspiration behind her single “Cruel”, she tells us:

“Cruel is my empowerment. It is a reminder of who I once was; Broken. And of the strength it took to put myself back together. The resilience. I am better now. I am free. I am powerful. Your cruelness will never again take a toll on me.”

She has found solace and courage to come out through her music! Check out Mighloe’s live version of ‘Cruel above’! We love.

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