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Canada Reads Canada Reads: Racism in Canada Mar 17, 2015 | 1:00Panellist Craig Kielburger makes a powerful statement about our country's "shocking racism problem."
Canada Reads - Canada Reads 2015: Day ThreeMar 18, 2015 | 54:01Canada Reads Canada Reads 2015: Day Three VideoClosed Captions available
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Canada Reads - Canada Reads 2015: Day TwoMar 18, 2015 | 54:02Canada Reads Canada Reads 2015: Day Two VideoClosed Captions available
Canada Reads Canada Reads 2015: Day Two Mar 18, 2015 | 54:02What's the one book that will break barriers? Watch our annual literary debate show.
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Q Wab Kinew and Joseph Boyden on reconciliation Mar 7, 2014 | 1:16Fresh off their victory at Canada Reads 2014, "The Orenda" author Joseph Boyden and advocate Wab Kinew reflect on whether change is in the air and whether reconciliation might be on the horizon.
Canada Reads - Canada Reads: Kristin Kreuk on IntolerableMar 16, 2015 | 0:47Canada Reads Canada Reads: Kristin Kreuk on Intolerable Video
Canada Reads Canada Reads: Kristin Kreuk on Intolerable Mar 16, 2015 | 0:47The panellist explains why she thinks the memoir is a book everyone needs to pick up.
Canada Reads - Canada Reads: Craig Kielburger's call to actionMar 16, 2015 | 1:14Canada Reads Canada Reads: Craig Kielburger's call to action Video
Canada Reads Canada Reads: Craig Kielburger's call to action Mar 16, 2015 | 1:14Debate isn't enough, says the activist. If you care about the issues, you need to get involved.
Canada Reads - Kristen KreukMar 19, 2015 | 1:00Canada Reads Kristen Kreuk Video
Canada Reads Kristen Kreuk Mar 19, 2015 | 1:00Kristen explains what she loved about When Everything Feels like the Movies.
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Canada Reads Canada Reads 2014: Wab Kinew and Joseph Boyden on The Orenda Mar 7, 2014 | 11:32After four days of fierce debating, Wab Kinew has emerged as the champion book defender of Canada Reads 2014. His passionate endorsement of Joseph Boyden's The Orenda helped elevate the book to its new status as the one novel that could change our nation. Now Kinew and Boyden come together in Studio Q to chat with Q and Canada Reads host Jian Ghomeshi about Canada's annual battle of the books, the grassroots support they got from #TeamOrenda, and why they think a work of fiction set in the 17th century may really inspire social change in modern Canada. Throughout the show, Kinew touted the power of the The Orenda with several memorable statements -- "reconciliation must not be a second chance at assimilation" -- questions -- "do we own the land, or does the land own us? -- and a memorable spoken word tribute.
Canada Reads - Canada Reads: Lainey's fiery openingMar 16, 2015 | 0:48Canada Reads Canada Reads: Lainey's fiery opening Video
Canada Reads Canada Reads: Lainey's fiery opening Mar 16, 2015 | 0:48The panellist defending When Everything Feels like the Movies throws down the gauntlet in a passionate opening statement.
Canada Reads - Canada Reads 2015: Day Three (Q & A)Mar 18, 2015 | 10:27Canada Reads Canada Reads 2015: Day Three (Q & A) VideoClosed Captions available
Canada Reads Canada Reads 2015: Day Three (Q & A) Mar 18, 2015 | 10:27The panelists and host answer questions from our studio and online audiences.
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Canada Reads Canada Reads 2014 panelists revealed in Studio Q Nov 27, 2013 | 22:34In Studio Q this morning, Jian revealed this year's panelists for Canada Reads and the books they will be arguing for. Which book book could change the nation? Prominent philanthropist Stephen Lewis will be arguing for Margaret Atwood's "Year of the Flood"; award-winning journalist, Wab Kinew will be defending "The Orenda" by Joseph Boyden; two-time gold-medallist, Donovan Bailey will be arguing for Esi Edugyan's "Half Blood Blues"; award-winning comic, Samantha Bee will be defending Rawi Hage's "Cockroach"; and actress Sarah Gadon will be arguing on behalf of Kathleen Winter's "Annabel".
Canada Reads - Canada Reads 2014: Day ThreeMar 5, 2014 | 1:18:01Canada Reads Canada Reads 2014: Day Three VideoClosed Captions available
Canada Reads Canada Reads 2014: Day Three Mar 5, 2014 | 1:18:01There are only 3 books left - which will be voted off today? Five celebrity panellists will chose "One Novel to Change Our Nation" in the 2014 debates, hosted by Jian Ghomeshi.
Canada Reads - Canada Reads 2014: One Novel to Change Our NationMar 9, 2014 | 44:45Canada Reads Canada Reads 2014: One Novel to Change Our Nation VideoClosed Captions available
Canada Reads Canada Reads 2014: One Novel to Change Our Nation Mar 9, 2014 | 44:45Five celebrity panelists each champion a novel, voting books off one by one to come up with this year's must-read.

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