Toronto's improv singing puppet busker

Last week in Toronto, I happened upon a delightful busker hidden inside a puppet theater that advertised "Improv Song on Demand." As Alice and I stood before it, a puppet emerged and offered us a song. Alice asked for a song about Star Trek and got this gem:

Then I asked for a song about busking with puppets while improvising music. What followed was sheer genius. Unfortunately, I was sheer stupid, and managed to press the wrong button on my camera, so no video exists. For an encore, I asked for a song about Bill C-32, Canada's forthcoming copyright bill, which the puppeteer handily knocked off:

Some googling today brought up more info on the performer: Alexander Winfield is a puppeteer who took up busking as an alternative to crappy part time jobs.