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features ‘People need to get their hands dirty’: Newfoundland diver cleans ocean floor, one discarded tire at a time ‘Way more money goes into destroying the ocean than saving it.'’ More »
features Black filmmaker shares struggles of a young Haitan adopted into an Indigenous family in Canada ‘So many people have been moved by Josiah’s story,’ says director Yasmine Mathurin More »
Video This private museum shows that for all its beauty, Yukon is a land of wreckage Yukon old-timer collects and displays the debris that people have left behind More »
Point of View I come from a ‘rainbow family’: We are white, Haitian and Heiltsuk My culture teaches me that kinship and belonging are not about appearance, blood or biology More »
Article “I’m a pretty bad investor”: This Canadian lost $400K US when crypto CEO Gerald Cotten died New documentary looks at the mysterious story of Canada’s cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX More »
Article Without these assistants, many famous artists would never complete their masterpieces A man goes on a journey to uncover the legacy of his late grandfather’s history as a fabricator More »
Behind the Scenes Deceiving his subject was key to uncovering the truth about his art, says documentary director Portrayal tells the story of an art fabricator and his grandson’s quest to shine a light on his legacy More »
Article An archive of decades-old photos reveal Jamaica’s coral reefs were once beautiful ecosystems full of life Today, ravaged by climate change, pollution and overfishing, they are ghosts of what they once were More »
Profile Kenny Colman was one of Canada’s best jazz singers ever Performing alongside greats like Frank Sinatra, Colman was a talented singer who missed his big break More »
Article ‘It’s never too late’: A son follows in the footsteps of his famous jazz singer father ‘I know this is a crapshoot, and it’s just kind of a crazy dream of mine, but I think the biggest reason I’m here is just to be able to spend time with my dad’ More »
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