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Instagram challenge: Canadian Music

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Road food... for thought

We got some great submissions for our Roads challenge. We saw a variety of interpretations, so choosing one didn't seem fair -- thanks to (clockwise from top left) @positivemattitude, @pamichen, @cpmitch43 and @amkiel. Our next challenge is Junos-related: Canadian Music.

We've had a music challenge before, but let's narrow it down a bit. What makes good Canadian music? Is it bands hibernating through the winter, practising in cold basements? Is it writing songs at the cottage, overlooking the lake?

Tag your favourite Canadian music-writing spots, venues, bands and performances to #wfpChallenge. Follow our feed and watch for one photo in next week's Juno edition of Uptown.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 20, 2014 C18

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