Reflections on the music business from a young Neil Young
The young Neil Young had a clear-eyed view about what he didn't like about the music business in 1969 -- though he stuck with it in the long run.
John Irving on why The World According to Garp is more relevant now than he ever imagined
Irving reflects on The World According to Garp 40 years after its release. He sat down with Tom Power to discuss why he believes its themes are still relevant today, despite thinking it would be dated by the time it was released in 1978.
How Canadian soldiers reacted to news of an armistice in 1918
For some Canadian soldiers on the front line, news of the end of the First World War began with rumours.
Viola Desmond banknote set to go into circulation
Douglas Rain, Stratford Festival pioneer and voice of HAL, dead at 90
When Winnie-the-Pooh ran into trouble on a Canadian stamp
The day 30 million people lost power
The long wait for the Vimy Ridge memorial
Wave of bells to ring out across Canada to mark 100 years since WWI
'Holy crap, it is me': Woman surprised by photo of herself at a rock concert - taken 40 years ago
How a discussion about pets turned into the Pet Rock phenomenon
Both sides of Joni Mitchell's art: The visual and the musical