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Champion skater Chan drops into News Café

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The Winnipeg Free Press News Café had a hopping Wednesday.

Andy Maize and Josh Finlayson, the lead singer and lead guitarist respectively of roots rockers The Skydiggers, kicked  things off with an interview and a couple of tunes at 10:30 a.m. Watch a replay.

Rick Hillier, formerly Canada’s top soldier, marched in at 2:30 p.m. to discuss the state of Canada’s military and his work with Junior Achievement.  Watch a replay.

And Patrick Chan, the two-time defending world champion figure skater dropped by at 3:45 p.m. to discuss, you know, being the king of the world.  Watch that below:

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Watch the full interview:

 

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Updated on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 11:11 AM CDT: Adds skydiggers replay

3:03 PM: Updated, points to other stories for Skydiggers, Hillier replays.

4:21 PM: Adds Chan replay video, removes live box.

5:16 PM: Adds highlights video.

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