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    Q | Apr 20, 2015

    Koyczan performs his poem For Many and speaks to Q's new host Shad about why his artform seems to be growing in resonance. He also explains why he's so comfortable being vulnerable before scores of strangers.

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    The Current | Apr 20, 2015

    Supporters say art installation 'Exhibit B' is powerful, illuminating the horrific past. Critics say it's racist and harmful. The Toronto Luminato Festival is not planning to show Exhibit B but has invited a panel from the black community to discuss it.

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    Day 6 | Apr 17, 2015

    We take a look at the fog of war on the ground with BBC reporter Natalia Antelava, who traced what appears to have been a Russian attempt at propaganda last week - the false story of a young girl supposedly killed by rebel shelling.

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    Under the Influence | Apr 18, 2015

    This week, it’s Terry's annual look at his favourite brands. They may not be the coolest brands, or the newest or the biggest - they are just fascinating studies in marketing.

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    The House | Apr 18, 2015

    Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall discusses how rethinking nuclear power in Canada could help reduce GHGs.

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