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Tell us your favourite Canadian song

On Sunday, July 4, Cross Country Checkup will play your favourite Canadian songs.
Ask Me Anything

You can ask Santa Claus anything on Cross Country Checkup

On Sunday, Dec. 20, Santa Claus will join Cross Country Checkup host Ian Hanomansing to answer kids' questions. Does your young one have something they would like to ask the big man in red? Fill out our form, and they may get a personal phone call!

Five questions for Falen Johnson, new host of Unreserved

Johnson talks about what it was like growing up in Six Nations of the Grand River, her love of rez radio, and her excitement for connecting with Indigenous communities across the country. 

First Words: Bryson Syliboy speaks Mi'kmaw

Bryson Syliboy is Mi'kmaw from Sipekne'katik First Nation in Nova Scotia. He started tweeting out a Mi'kmaw word of the day, related to something happening in the world. This week, he'll teach you how to say hello, welcome and see you later in Mi'kmaw.

First Words: Bruce Starlight speaks Tsuut'ina

In this episode of First Words, Bruce Starlight explains why there are only 29 speakers of Tsuut'ina left and teaches you a short, conversational way to greet someone.

This Is That Video - Season 1

Watch all six videos in Season 1 of This Is That's web series.

Deep Cuts: A special compilation of The Current's Facing Race town hall series

Did you miss The Current's feature series on race and racism in Canada? Listen to this one-hour special of Facing Race's most memorable conversations.

Fans and colleagues share their love and memories of Arthur Black

Long-time CBC Radio host and humourist Arthur Black, 74, died Wednesday at Lady Minto Hospital on Salt Spring Island, B.C., only a few months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
CBC Radio Special

Family secrets: Why we have them and what happens when they're revealed

This CBC Radio special investigates how and why secrets take hold in families. Why do we decide not to share truths with those closest to us? What are the long-term effects of keeping secrets on families? And what happens when those secrets are revealed?

The Next Chapter wants to hear from you!

The Next Chapter has a feature called "If you liked that, you'll love this..." where our columnists match an international book to a Canadian alternative. We want to hear your suggestions!

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