Digital ArchivesFighting for in vitro fertilization in CanadaJul 31, 1978 | 10:32After the birth of Louise Brown, an infertile couple argues with medical experts and theologians about their right to in vitro fertilization.
Digital ArchivesMargaret Atwood on Canadian literatureJul 22, 1973 | 24:42In this interview from 1973, author Margaret Atwood talks about her writing career and the struggles of Canadian literature to find its own identity.
The poems Game After Supper and Interview with a Tourist are from Margaret Atwood's collection Procedures for Underground published by Oxford University Press, 1971.
Digital ArchivesThe rise of violence in the U.S. civil rights movementJul 31, 1967 | 28:09An increasing call for violent protest has brought a radical change to the U.S. civil rights movement during the summer of 1967.
Digital Archives'Vive le Québec libre!'Jul 24, 1967 | 5:22French President Charles de Gaulle generates controversy when he utters the Quebec separatist slogan "Vive le Québec libre" during a speech in Montreal.