Celebrating Indigenous stories with the Turtle Island Reads Book Club 2019 | Turtle Island Reads
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Celebrating Indigenous stories with the Turtle Island Reads Book Club 2019 | Turtle Island Reads

Turtle Island Reads celebrates stories written by and about Indigenous people in Canada. Hosted by…

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5 Surprising LGBT Stories You Should Know
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5 Surprising LGBT Stories You Should Know

All summer long, cbc.ca/pride will celebrate all aspects of LGBT life in Canada. Proud lesbian…

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How to step up your mom’s tuna melt with Food Network competitor Lindsay Porter | Fast Food
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How to step up your mom’s tuna melt with Food Network competitor Lindsay Porter | Fast Food

Chef Lindsay Porter has updated the traditional tuna melt with fresh veggies, delicate dill flavours…

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Raptors, Beavers or Hogs? What the Toronto Raptors could have been named
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Raptors, Beavers or Hogs? What the Toronto Raptors could have been named

#Raptors #WeTheNorth In April 1994, Toronto was considering a series of names for its new…

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Ask Anna Maria Tremonti Anything on Cross Country Checkup
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Ask Anna Maria Tremonti Anything on Cross Country Checkup

After 17 years — and thousands of interviews — Anna Maria Tremonti is signing off…

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Making kimchi and bacon fried rice with The Commodore’s Meagan Gee | Fast Food
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Making kimchi and bacon fried rice with The Commodore’s Meagan Gee | Fast Food

The Commodore is a long-standing fixture on Jasper Avenue in Edmonton, known for its diner…

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Should we have humans in space? Quirks & Quarks Bob McDonald hosts debate
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Should we have humans in space? Quirks & Quarks Bob McDonald hosts debate

CBC’s Bob McDonald moderates a live debate with astronaut Chris Hadfield, cosmologist Renée Hlozek, planetary…

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Raptors unveil original jersey
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Raptors unveil original jersey

Isiah Thomas reveals the “fresh look” featuring a dribbling dinosaur on the Toronto basketball squad’s…

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Why novelist Rawi Hage explores death, mourning and ethics in fiction
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Why novelist Rawi Hage explores death, mourning and ethics in fiction

Lebanese-born, Montreal-based Rawi Hage is the author of acclaimed novels De Niro’s Game and Cockroach.…

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How to cook simple Italian spaghetti aglio e olio with chef Daniel Costa | Fast Food
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How to cook simple Italian spaghetti aglio e olio with chef Daniel Costa | Fast Food

Chef Daniel Costa owns some of the best Italian restaurants in Canada, but he still…

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