A National bird is to be chosen for Canada's 150th birthday. An online survey over the last 20 months has the pecking order down to five contenders: the common loon, snowy owl, gray jay (whiskey jack), Canada goose and black-capped chickadee. Monday's debate in Ottawa will be livestreamed for the public (https://youtu.be/b8-_6G58BRo). The final choice will be announced Nov. 16.
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IT’S BEEN a minute since Edwin has visited Thunder Bay, yet he can still recall fond Northern memories spanning decades in his career as both a band frontman and solo artist.