Canada Post announces the next postal codes to make the switch to community … – Globalnews.ca
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Bill Cosby Returns To Stage For First Time Since November While Some Protest (aolmusicnewsblog)
KITCHENER, Ontario (AP) — Bill Cosby got a standing ovation from polite Canadian fans at the end of his first show since November, but protesters outside braved below-freezing weather to shame the ticket-holders as they streamed in.
Cosby's show in Kitchener was the first of three performances planned in Canada's Ontario province and come in the wake of sexual assault allegations from more than 15 women. The entertainer saw at least 10 performances get canceled on his North American tour. Wearing a sweater saying "hello friend," Cosby climbed the stage decorated with two giant posters of him with Nelson Mandela. Some in the audience gave loud whoops but the reception was subdued compared to the standing ovation at his last stage performance in Florida.
"First of all thank you," Cosby said to the audience before starting his routine with some cold weather jokes.
There were no disruptions during the performance and the crowd laughed throughout.
"I had a wonderful time," Cosby said before leaving to a standing ovation.
Some ticket-holders had said they would boycott the performance, and the 2,000-seat venue was about two-thirds full. Several police officers and private security guards were posted throughout.
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Security at the venue was tight as bags were searched and police officers and private security guards were posted along the aisles of the theatre.
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