The deep submicron (DSM) semiconductor technologies will make the worst-case design impossible, since they can not provide design margins that it requires. Research directions should go to typical-case design methodologies, where designers are focusing on typical cases rather than worrying about very rare worst cases. In this paper, canary logic is proposed as a promising technique that enables the typical-case design. It is easier to design than the previously proposed Razor logic by eliminating delayed clock. Estimates based on gate-level simulations show that the canary logic achieves average power reduction of 30% by exploiting dynamic variations in circuit delay.