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Mike Myers Is Coming To Halifax

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Mike Myers Is Coming To Halifax

Next Wednesday, October 26th as part of his cross country book tour, Canadian comedy icon Mike Myers will be speaking at Costco about his most recent book Canada.

In Canada, Myers writes about his beloved homeland in the same hilarious tone that inspired Blockbusters such as Austin Powers, Shrek and Wayne’s World.  As someone living outside of Canada, Myers was able to explore exactly what it means to be Canadian, and why he loves introducing himself as such.

Catch Myers discussing more about Canada at the Costco on Chain Lake Drive next Wednesday, October 26th at 6pm, and try to get your copy signed by the funnyman!

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