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CBC is in Eskasoni, and we want to hear from you
CBC Nova Scotia’s Erin Pottie and Maisyn Sock are making connections and learning more about the people, places and stories that the community of Eskasoni is passionate about.
Calling all writers! The 2022 CBC Poetry Prize is now open!
You could win $6,000 from the Canada Council for the Arts, attend a two-week writing residency at the Banff Centre and have your work published on CBC Books. The deadline to enter is May 31, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Hip Hop artist Maestro Fresh Wes to host season two of Race Against The Tide
New Brunswick-based, award-winning Hip Hop artist Maestro Fresh Wes will host the new season of RACE AGAINST THE TIDE, this summer on CBC and CBC Gem.
The most memorable moments at the 2022 Junos
25 books to celebrate Asian Heritage Month in Canada
Maritime Noon welcomes Niki Jabbour as new gardening expert
Laura's gift: A tragedy in Mexico takes a life-saving turn for people back home
Where are the Juno Awards' breakthrough artists now?
How to tune in to CBC Music's Juno week events and the 2022 Juno Awards
CBC CREATOR NETWORK
How the pandemic brought serene sound into one couple's life
Marjorie Willison offers her final gardening advice on Maritime Noon
Information Morning talks renewable energy
Missed our Earth Week CBC Asks event? Watch it here
CBC Music's Toyota Searchlight 2022: registration has closed
CBC marks Earth Week with original content from April 18-22
Missed The Porter virtual event? Watch it here!
The Story and the Song - (Lost & Trust)
Being Black in Halifax's emerging filmmakers win Canadian Screen Award
With the gorgeous film Wildhood, Bretten Hannam is pushing Two-Spirit stories onto the awards stage
Christian Allaire, championing Five Little Indians by Michelle Good, wins Canada Reads 2022
WATCH ON TIKTOK
CBC reboots Street Cents for a new generation
Calling emerging filmmakers! Short Film Face Off is looking for your films
WIFT-AT Making Waves goes virtual from March 25-27