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Forgotten African refugees: Canadian nation-building through exclusion

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Internet-only content could drastically limit Canada's cultural policy options

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Problems? Oh, the Trans-Pacific Partnership has a few! Read about them all in the new series The Trouble with the TPP.

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TPP imposes controversial limitations on Canada's cultural policy options

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Problems? Oh, the Trans-Pacific Partnership has a few! Read about them all in the new series The Trouble with the TPP.

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The key to better Canadian crime shows lies in our past

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Amid the current abundance of watchable, nay addictive, TV series, there's Mozart in the Jungle. Très, très amusant. It's about love, hate, humour, misery -- and music -- in a fictional New York symphony orchestra.

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The real strength of Canadian nationalism might be its relative weakness

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Rossif Sutherland on 'Hyena Road,' storytelling and staying in the moment

October 7, 2015
| Don't miss this interview as Rossif talks about his move into acting, why he's a storyteller at heart and why he feels "we're all in this together."
Length: 33:44 minutes (38.61 MB)
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Paul Gross on 'Hyena Road,' trust and modern warfare

October 7, 2015
| Listen in as Paul talks about the complexities of war, how the world is "not settling down" and about his encounter with absolutes.
Length: 22:13 minutes (25.43 MB)
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| August 17, 2015
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Celebrating the lyric craft of Newfoundland columnist Ray Guy

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I had the honour of participating last weekend in a tribute to Canada's greatest columnist, except he wasn't Canadian. He was Ray Guy and he was a Newfoundlander.

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| August 13, 2015
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