Michael Moore is a man who loves Canada, that's for sure. However, he isn't especially pleased with the CBC, the television network that is currently mired in a union lockout. When Moore learned the network would be broadcasting his Bowling for Columbine, he demanded that CBC not air his movie until an agreement could be made between the union and the network. The network countered, claiming they had already purchased the rights to the documentary, and were going to air it despite his protests. I guess you have to admire his tenacity. Or maybe you don't have to.
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