BNL are a member of Canadian charity Artists Against Racism and have worked with them in the past on awareness campaigns. Steven Page has acted as a conduit between the CMCC and the press, urging the government to focus on the Canadian cultural scene. Andy Creeggan also has several solo albums with the most recent one released in Robertson's private plane went down near Bancroft, Ont. Soon after, the band embarked upon their first full tour of Canada. Find more about Barenaked Ladies at Wikipedia's sister projects. Robertson then phoned Page and invited Page to be his bandmate in Barenaked Ladies.
Page has said the formation of the CMCC was in response to what he believes is the wrong direction taken by the RIAA and the major labels, by suing fans for filesharing.
Barenaked Ladies have performed several full shows on each cruise, and the band members also commonly have sat in with other artists at their shows. There's no place like home. They used their website to allow fans to choose between two songs "Be My Yoko Ono" and "Alternative Girlfriend" for inclusion on their greatest hits CD Disc One though polling was nearly tied and both songs were included. Court documents show Page said, 'Yeah, it's cocaine'. They were nominated for and subsequently won a Juno for their children's album Snacktime! With the release, the band fulfilled their contract with Reprise Recordswith whom they did not re-sign. The first song he wrote with this method was "When I Fall", based on the concept of "a window washer who's afraid of heights".