From cbc.ca, whilst on the line in Toronto, McGrath speaks:
Canadian TV and film writers joined writers in Paris, London, Berlin and other entertainment centres around the world in a show of support for their U.S. colleagues.
"As Canadian writers, what happens in the U.S. desperately affects us," said Denis McGrath, a Canadian screenwriter picketing outside Toronto's Sony Centre.
"We already make a lot less money than American writers do, and we still have it better than writers in other countries," he said. "So all around the world today, in six, seven cities around the world, different members of their national writers guilds are marching in solidarity with the WGA for their deal on internet rights."
Jill Golick posts pics. And then, of course, DMc reports. It's all about the weather indeed.
Well done, everyone...
...even where it was cold.