Arts & Culture

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Mar 25, 2010
The CRTC’s move in favour of the big broadcasters opens door for massive fee hikes by cable television firms, which, ironically, are the owners of some of these same companies, and shuts out the CBC. Photo: D. Reichardt/Flickr

Will TV become a rich man's solace?

Bill Wittur
The CRTC’s move in favour of the big broadcasters opens door for massive fee hikes by cable television firms, which, ironically, are the owners of some of these same companies, and shuts out the CBC.
News
Mar 25, 2010
The CRTC’s move in favour of the big broadcasters opens door for massive fee hikes by cable television firms, which, ironically, are the owners of some of these same companies, and shuts out the CBC. Photo: D. Reichardt/Flickr

The CRTC ruling hurts the CBC -- and viewers

Bill Wittur
The CRTC's move in favour of the big broadcasters opens door for massive fee hikes by cable television firms, which, ironically, are the owners of some of these same companies, and shuts out the CBC.
Podcast
Mar 19, 2010

Decoder - Episode 1

Decoder
In this episode - athletes online....the untamed side of internet commentary....music by Electrobuddha...the world of virtual gaming...and a few of our favorite radio bloopers from radio shows gone by
Podcast
Mar 19, 2010

Episode Ten - EduPunks

Maker Culture
Classrooms are becoming more reliant on technology and ordinary people are starting to take education into their own hands.
Photos
Mar 18, 2010
The monument to Louis Riel in Winnipeg, created by Marcien Lemay and Étienne Gaboury.

Cathy Mattes: Art as engagement

Jennifer Dales
Métis curator, teacher and writer Cathy Mattes studies Aboriginal artists and artworks inspired by the community. The Louis Riel monument in Winnipeg is a controversial statue she has written about.
News
Mar 18, 2010
Cathy Mattes speaking at the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective’s annual conference at the National Gallery in October 2009.

Cathy Mattes: Art as engagement

Jennifer Dales
Métis curator, teacher and writer Cathy Mattes looks upon Aboriginal artists as warriors who recreate the struggle in their works.

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