Gord Downie, Canadian music icon and frontman for the Tragically Hip, died Tuesday night at 53. Across the country, his legacy is being remembered
Tom Power, host of CBC Radio's q, reflects on the life, impact, and legacy of Gord Downie, Canadian music icon and frontman for the Tragically Hip
Gord Downie was mourned by Indigenous leaders across the country, many of whom remembered the singer as a champion of Indigenous issues and reconciliation.
Gord Downie, the Tragically Hip frontman, is dead at 53 after a battle with brain cancer. Downie became a Canadian icon, despite the band never finding mainstream success outside the country
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