How 'community-driven' Indigenous architecture is transforming space
For many generations, buildings were designed and built without the consultation or integration of the Indigenous communities they reside in. From residential schools to housing to rinks to community centres, few buildings reflected community values.
Transformation: Making change to challenge perceptions
This week on Unreserved, we look at how Indigenous people are transforming space, body and media to change and challenge perceptions.
'I own it': Transgender drag queen Quanah Style on living her dream
Quanah Style is a Cree drag queen from Vancouver who was featured in the second season of CBC's Canada's a Drag. Style is also a proud transgender woman who documented her facial reconstruction surgery in a web series called Quanah: Trans Op.
From The Shipping News to Brokeback Mountain, Annie Proulx on the importance of place in her fiction
The award-winning American author talks to Eleanor Wachtel onstage in Montreal about her Canadian connections, and how the natural world informs her writing - and her life.
'I made a vow': Jeff Thomas on the power of photography
Photographer and curator Jeff Thomas was recently honoured with the Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts. It was a moment that brought him back to a life changing event 40 years ago.
Inside nêhiyawak's collaboration with TONTO, a synthesizer with a 'weird name'
When Edmonton-based Cree band nêhiyawak had the chance to play a one-of-a-kind synthesizer during their residency at the National Music Centre, they knew it had the power to transform their sound.
Washington First Nations oppose Canadian shipping terminal plan
Members of the Lummi Nation, Swinomish, Suquamish and Tulalip Tribes speak at Canadian review panel hearing on the proposed Roberts Bank terminal in Delta, B.C.
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Rouyn-Noranda defeats Guelph to earn spot in championship final
Felix Bibeau scored two third-period goals as Rouyn-Noranda beat the Guelph Storm 6-4 on Friday in the Memorial Cup semifinal.
MLS-leading LAFC score early and often to beat Impact
Los Angeles FC forward Carlos Vela scored his league-leading 15th goal of the season in his team's 4-2 win over Montreal.
Watch the ICF Sprint and Paracanoe World Cup from Poland
Watch some of best canoe and kayak athletes compete at the Sprint and Paracanoe World Cup in Poland.
Watch men's World Rugby Sevens: London
Watch action from the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event in London.
Watch FINA High Diving World Cup action from China
Watch live action from a FINA High Diving World Cup event in Zhaoqing, China.
Game Wrap: Huskies edge Storm, advance to Memorial Cup final
Rouyn-Noranda Huskies beat Guelph Storm 6-4, will face Halifax Mooseheads in the Memorial Cup final.
Vela scores league-leading 15th goal as LAFC down Impact
Carlos Vela scored his league-leading 15th goal and Tristan Blackmon got the first of his career as the Los Angeles Football Club beat the Montreal Impact 4-2 on Friday night.
Trash and burn: Metro Vancouver will incinerate Canadian garbage returned by Philippines
Sixty-nine containers of garbage, shipped to the Philippines but mislabelled and rejected by that country’s facilities, will return to Canada, and Metro Vancouver’s waste-to-energy incinerator in Burnaby will be its final resting place.
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Schoenberg's Love Letter to Brahms, Webern's romantic side
Hear Arnold Schoenberg's love letter to Johannes Brahms: his colourful orchestration of Brahms piano quartet. Plus the romantic sound of Anton Webern, before he developed his trademark atonal style.
Flying food for fish? Tiger sharks are somehow eating songbirds
How have sharks developed a taste for twittering songbirds?
Ancient beavers as big as bears died out because of their woodless diet
The giant beaver did not eat wood, which led to its extinction