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Take a tour of the Fake Lake

See how Canada welcomes world media – and excludes civil society.

The Fake Lake is a great place to hang for reporters who do not want to talk to activists.by Stuart Thomsom, video

Straight Goods News' publisher Ish Theilheimer, on assignment in Toronto at the G20, took a look at the famous "Fake Lake" in the International Media Centre, where he found plenty of free food and drink for the press.

Here he takes viewers on a tongue in cheek video tour on YouTube to see how their taxes are being put to use:

Posted: June 26, 2010

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