How did our culture shift in 2015?

q's pop culture panel reconvenes to discuss the big issues that moved us this year, and whether or not they've changed us.
Would tensions in Ferguson have been international news were it not for the Black Lives Matter movement? (David McNew/Reuters )

It's time for the final pop culture panel of 2015. This week, Emily Keeler of the National Post, Stephen Marche of Esquire and Josh Ostroff of Huffington Post reflect on the year that was.

They look back at the rise of Canadian artists like Drake, The Weeknd and Justin Bieber — not to mention our globally popular new Prime Minister. 

Plus, they discuss how the Snowden leaks and the Black Lives Matter movement have filtered through pop culture. 


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