Fabiola Melendez Carletti

Fabiola Melendez Carletti is a journalist and digital storyteller. As a producer with CBC Podcasts, she can usually be found with earbuds in and a smile on.

Latest from Fabiola Melendez Carletti

8 CBC Podcasts you'll binge this summer

Perfect picks for the beach, barbecuing, or getting into (or over) that summer fling.

This 10-year-old has some practical holiday ideas for you

James F. Peggs is bracing himself for Christmas. The young entrepreneur isn’t taking a holiday vacation. In fact, this is busy season for his recycling business.
National To-Do List

10 things you can do now (like, this week!) to make Canada a better place

Want to make a big difference? Start small. We asked 10 thoughtful people to help us build a national to-do list. You can get started today!

O Canada! Watch these talented brothers sing a pitch-perfect anthem

Zacary, Seth and Marc James — who've won millions of hearts as the Melisizwe Brothers — hope for a future where everyone can harness their unique talents.

How do you maintain a 50-year friendship? 6 pro tips from Expo 67 staffers

The former hosts and hostesses of the Ontario Pavillion have been friends for five decades and counting. They share their secrets with Canada 150 staff and volunteers.

The clams went first. How a diesel spill disrupted family dinner in Bella Bella

Gale Creek clams have long been an important source of income, sustenance and tradition in the remote home of Heiltsuk First Nation. But now they're gone.

How to organize a #CanFilmDay viewing party in 6 easy steps

On April 19, Canada will host the largest single-day film festival — ever. So grab a bag of popcorn and get ready for a movie night of national significance.

'Prime Minister Kaur!' Calgary Sikh students act out visions of Canada's future

Sikh students from the Khalsa School in Calgary are among thousands of young Albertans marking Canada's 150th anniversary with unique theatre residencies.
What's Your Story

2 Manitoba seniors. 8 kids. 24 grandkids. 5 great-grandkids — all decked out in Canada mittens

Put your mitts together for Frances and George Van Walleghem.

This Canada 150 project explores national identity in an unlikely medium: Lego

Graeme Dymond has rallied Lego users from across the country for Canada Builds 150, an ambitious project that will not shy away from the country's darker chapters.

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