Canadian hockey commentator Don Cherry is known for much more than just donning outrageous suits and blasting players and executives born outside Canada on his Coach's Corner CBC intermission show. He's also consistently promoted the Canadian military and criticized political decisions he doesn't like, such as Canada's decision not to join the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Still, Cherry's gone even further afield since joining Twitter (on an account apparently shared with Coach's Corner producer Kathy Broderick, but one that would not seem to undergo a great deal of spellchecking or editing), and he may just have topped himself.
The foreign aid Canada's given to Haiti in the wake of the 2010 earthquake there, which Minister of International Cooperation Julian Fantino said would be frozen last week (except for existing projects). Fantino's comments have come in for heavy criticism given the ongoing conditions in Haiti, but Cherry chimed in Monday with a series of blunt tweets that showed his support for Fantino's decision:no comments