July 28, 2017 – CBC News The National (online interactive feature) ♦ From the threat of opiate-laced drugs to sexual assaults, music festivals in Canada are facing huge challenges keeping patrons safe. Now, festival goers themselves are taking security into … Continue reading From spectators to volunteers, how fans saved a music festival
July 4, 2017 – CBC News The National ♦ For decades, Canadians have been drawn to Broadway’s limelight. Now, a uniquely Canadian production is paving the … Continue reading More room for Canada on Broadway
June 21, 2017 – CBC News The National ♦ A new dance production examining the plight of residential school survivors has debuted in Toronto. In a departure from other productions, this one is made by, for and about indigenous people. Continue reading New dance production celebrates Indigenous stories
June 20, 2017 – CBC News The National ♦ A Toronto man has become the favourite artist of famed baseball player Jose Bautista after turning his life around. Daniel Mazzone went from homeless to mortgage broker, to self-trained collage artist. Continue reading Meet Jose Bautista’s favourite artist
June 19, 2017 – CBC News Network ♦ Some say virtual reality will transform the way students learn in the future, but at what cost? Continue reading Virtual Reality’s promise for education
June 1, 2017 – CBC News The National ♦ 50 years after The Beatles’ released their concept album, Sgt. Pepper, a Canadian connection is discovered. Continue reading Who was The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper?
May 13, 2017 – CBC News The National ♦ Disability advocates say portrayals of people with disabilities on the screen and stage are often riddled with stereotypes and inaccuracies. Continue reading Critics say disability portrayals on screen often miss the mark