The Sheepdogs rock Parliament Hill

Photo gallery: To delight of MPs, Saskatoon rockers tour the Hill

The Sheepdogs  – Ewan Currie, Leot Hanson, Ryan Gullen, Sam Corbett –  were in the Capital to play a special concert at the NAC . The event was part of a music night series put together by Heritage Minister James Moore to help expose MPs to Canadian music.

(Left to right) Ewan Currie, Leot Hanson, Ryan Gullen, Sam Corbett in the Library of Parliament

 

(left to right) Speaker Andrew Scheer, Ewan Currie, Ryan Gullen,

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May with the Sheepdogs.

 

Tory MP Joyce Bateman with The Sheepdogs.

 

 

 

(left to right) NDP MP Tyrone Benskin, Leot Hanson, Sam Corbett, Ewan Currie

 

 

 

The Sheepdogs with Public Works Minister Rona Ambrose.

 

The Sheepdogs with Public Works Minister Rona Ambrose.




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The Sheepdogs rock Parliament Hill

  1. James Moore is using taxpayer money to have musicians flown into Ottawa in order to entertain him and his friends?

    • no. Music Canada and sponsors bring Canadian talent to Parliament HIll to celebrate the Canadian Music Industry.

    • Actually no. There is no taxpayer dollars used for the event. It is privately organized event … hosted by Music Canada and Quebecor with other sponsors including TD Bank. Minister Moore is the official host only and helps promote it to his colleagues on the hill. http://www.musiccanada.com/newsitem.aspx?scid=61821

  2. I guess it was too cold outside for them to wear cut-off jeans and flipflops to Canada’s parliament building.

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