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Tragically Hip's Gord Downie dead at 53 video
Gord Downie, the Tragically Hip frontman who united a diverse array of music lovers with his commanding stage presence and Canadiana-laced lyrics, has died.
As It Happens That time Gord Downie sang Knockin' on Heaven's Door with a high school band in Fort Albany
When Braiden Metatawabin was 15 years old, he played lead guitar for Gord Downie in a high school gym in Fort Albany, Ont.
Gilbert Rozon steps down after misconduct allegations surface on social media
Gilbert Rozon, President of Just For Laughs as well as the man in charge of the Montreal's 375th anniversary celebrations and the vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce Metropolitan Montreal, is stepping down from all his functions.
Quebec media star Eric Salvail suspended following sexual misconduct allegations
A popular Quebec media personality who is facing an array of sexual misconduct allegations was suspended from his professional activities Wednesday as employers and clients distanced themselves from him.
'We are less as a country': Politicians pay tribute to Gord Downie video
Politicians are paying tribute to Canadian icon Gord Downie following his death, praising him as a musical legend, loving man and strong advocate for reconciliation with Indigenous people.
A Tribe Called Red co-founder Ian Campeau leaves group
One of the founders of Juno-winning Indigenous electronic music group A Tribe Called Red is leaving.
Feature Gord Downie remembered by fans, Canadians far and wide
Musicians, politicians, organizations and everyday Canadians have released statements praising, honouring and mourning Gord Downie, who died at age 53 after a three-decade career in music with The Tragically Hip.
Video Remembering Gord Downie: Watch our Olympic montages set to Tragically Hip songs
As Canadians celebrate the late Gord Downie's life and accomplishments, here are CBC Sports' video montages from recent Olympic Games that were set to some of The Tragically Hip's most memorable songs.
Channing Tatum won't develop sexual abuse drama with Weinstein Co. video audio
Channing Tatum is no longer developing a film with The Weinstein Co. that dealt with a boy dealing with the aftermath of sexual abuse.
CBC BOOKS In 1984, Stephen Wadhams made a radio documentary about George Orwell. Now it's a book
Stephen Wadhams gathered fascinating memories from those who knew George Orwell for a documentary that aired on the CBC Radio program Ideas. Those interviews have now been published as a book called The Orwell Tapes.