Category Archives: Arts & Culture

Sound off: Printed books or e-books?

With the Canada Reads debates just around the corner, Canadians everywhere are trying to fit in as much reading time as possible. Which do you prefer between traditional printed books, e-books, audio books or do you just cross your fingers … Continue reading

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Johanna Wagstaffe, host of Fault Lines

Are you ready for the big one? Thanks to the team who worked on CBC Vancouver’s original podcast Fault Lines, many Canadians are much more knowledgeable and prepared than ever before. The podcast explores the potential aftermath of a massive … Continue reading

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Sound off: What makes a good book?

With the Canada Reads shortlist unveiled, it’s time to cancel all of your weekend plans for the next few weeks (depending on how fast you can read). The theme this time around is, What is the one book Canadians need … Continue reading

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Inside CBC Music’s Making Noise

2016 provided many opportunities for us to think and talk about our values as Canadians — what they are, how they set us apart, and how they are changing. And it was our music-makers — from across Canada and Turtle … Continue reading

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Fact or Fiction? 5 TV Myths debunked

Young Canadians don’t watch TV.  False! On the contrary, they love TV and radio content as much as other generations. The key difference is that they are more likely to get it from online platforms, like Netflix which is considered a … Continue reading

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