Available on CBC Gem The Noodle Group These friends are in their 90s and they still swim in the local river every day. After all this time, they’ve realized that magic exists in the simple moments of everyday life. More »
Available on CBC Gem Glorious Holiday A Korean woman tries to change her life in 100 days while living in Vancouver on a working holiday visa More »
Available on CBC Gem L’essence des souvenirs: Itinéraire d’un apprenti parfumeur Abdulkader Fattouh, a young Syrian refugee living in France, pursues his lifelong dream of becoming a “nez”: a master perfumer. More »
Available on CBC Gem Hodan’s Story Tireless activist, journalist, and single mother of two, Hodan Nalayeh returns to her birth country of Somalia on a mission to spread light, in a world where many only see darkness. More »
Available on CBC Gem Bimibatoo-win: Where I Ran In 1967, Charlie Bittern was forced to run 80 km through a blizzard by a residential school principal. 55 years later, he’s embarking on the same journey — this time, surrounded by his family. More »
Available on CBC Gem Mi’kma’ki : Npisun (Medicine) Kenneth ‘Mutchie’ Bennet has studied traditional Mi’kmaw medicine for many years. Now, he’s looking to pass on that knowledge to Bobby White to ensure it’s carried to the next generation More »
Available on CBC Gem Mi’kma’ki : Gwitna’q (Go By Canoe) In Miawpukek First Nation, N.L., reviving the tradition of birchbark canoe–building is a way to connect to the past and ensure cultural survival More »
Available on CBC Gem Mi’kma’ki : niKet (Food) Indigenous researchers Max Liboiron and Liz Pijogge work together in St. John’s to study how pollution threatens traditional Inuit food sources and impacts food sovereignty in Nain, Labrador More »
Available on CBC Gem My Name is 張麟發 Tommy Lan Phat Truong Tommy (a.k.a. 張麟發, Jason, Timmy, Tammy, Tim Tam, Lan Phat and T Truong) reveals the story of his many names More »
Available on CBC Gem The Lunchbox Dilemma Three Asian Canadians recall hiding, discarding and forgetting their lunches — the ones their classmates called “weird,” “smelly” and “funny-looking.” More »
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