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From the 2012 Grey Cup we bring you TSN’s video essay, narrated by David Naylor and produced by Matt Dunn, on the meaning of the Grey Cup to Canada. From our darkest days, it follows how the CFL‘s resurgence has mirrored that of a new national pride. I linked to this before but the original at TSN doesn’t seem to be available anymore so I posted this for posterity.

The song used is The Constantines “Do What You Can Do” from their 2008 album Kensington Heights available on iTunes.

Download TSN's 2012 Video Essay Fabric of a Nation (6:15, 100.5 MB)

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Posted June 2013 (Updated June 2013)

Tags: canada, dave-naylor, grey-cup and tsn

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