"I felt it was dishonest. I thought it was fraudulent," Tovey told the newspaper. (Globe and Mail)
"It's promoted with public money, and I didn't want anything to do with this kind of dishonest practice."
Unfortunately this wasn't the first butting of heads... they furthered the ire of the music community by giving singer-songwriter Nicole Scoffield an agreement that required Scoffield to sign away all her rights to the song if she wanted it used during the games. Perhaps that doesn't sound out of place but considering that they hadn't even looked at her composition yet that seems rather harsh.