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Inuk throat singer Tanya Tagaq on reclaiming Nanook of the North

"I like to live in a world that's not supposed to be..." Inuk artist Tanya Tagaq blends traditional Inuit throat singer with contemporary, electronic music.

How Emily Carr showed the world it's never too late for a career in art

She's a Canadian icon, but her career didn't take off until she was 57 years old. Hear how CBC Radio remembered the life of Emily Carr, one of art's most loved late-bloomers, on this day in

Jackpine Mine will destroy wetlands and wildlife, First Nations say

Jackpine Mine will destroy wetlands and wildlife, First Nations say ... Mine will create $17 billion in taxes, royalties and create 750 full time jobs, Shell says Story by Angela Sterritt (photo)

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The Beaver Hall Group - an Alisa Siegel documentary

The Beaver Hall Group radio documentary by Alisa Siegel on the Sunday Edition on CBC Radio with Michael Enright. It took ten years of persuading, digging, searching and begging. But finally, the Beaver Hall Group is getting its due. Explosions of colour, astonishing portraits and a modernist take on the 1920's, set this group of artists on a dramatically different course from the Group of Seven. Half of them were women.

Mary Walsh is a writer, director, performer, broadcaster, comedienne and political satirist. She started her performance career with a summer job at CBC radio. Shortly after that she joined the Newfoundland Travelling Theatre Company and eventually become one of the founding members of CODCO. An accomplished actress and vibrant social activist, she never shies from the spotlight. She is a member of the Order of Canada, holds 25 Gemini awards, and has honorary doctorates from five…

Actor Michael Greyeyes doesn't shy away from messy conversations

Actor, dancer and choregrapher Michael Greyeyes. Actor Michael Greyeyes doesn't shy away from messy conversations - Home | Candy | CBC Radio