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What's your story? Here's how you can share your Canadian stories with us

To mark Canada’s 150th birthday, CBC has launched a national storytelling project called What’s Your Story. We want to help you share personal stories about what defines Canada for you

We want to help you share personal stories about what defines Canada for you

A few of the Canadians who have shared their stories: Eileen and Bob Murray, Jason Chau, Rania El Mugammar, Rhose Harris-Galia, Ernie Olivo and Karen Bai. (Murray, Chau, El Mugammar, Harris-Galia, Olivo, Bai)

Update: What's Your Story is now closed to submissions! Thank you to everyone who contributed — we will continue to share selected stories at cbc.ca/whatsyourstory until the end of the year.


To mark Canada's 150th birthday, CBC has launched a national storytelling project called What's Your Story. We want to help you share personal stories about what defines Canada for you. Many stories will be happy ones. But your stories may include some dark chapters as well.

CBC will select some of the most interesting stories to share on cbc.ca/2017 throughout the year, and some will be featured in the digital and hardcover book What's Your Story? — A Canada 2017 Yearbook, to be published in the fall of 2017.

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