Air Farce founding member Don Ferguson shares the behind-the-scenes story about how the troupe made the leap from radio to TV.
A visual history of Canada’s iconic comedy troupe Air Farce, which celebrates its 45th anniversary in 2018.
History Canada’s new series documents a real-life, present day search for stolen Nazi works of art.
The Winnipeg-born journalist talks candidly about sexism, news bloopers, and the fine line between family and work
Research shows science programs mostly preach to the converted. How can these shows reach new audiences?
Don’t listen to the headlines linking binge watching to depression and loneliness. It can be a positive experience, says Elizabeth Cohen
Chris Brown is moving from Vancouver to Moscow, where he will cover the region in the public broadcaster’s new news bureau
Canadian Media Guild presidents Kam Rao and Jonathan Spence bring opinions from the public broadcaster’s workers to key decision makers
The 7 Virtues CEO reflects on her Dragons’ Den pitch, post-show success and why Kevin O’Leary’s rejection was a huge mistake
The comedienne dishes on impersonating Céline Dion & Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, opening for Seinfeld, Ellen and Oprah
After years of cutbacks, the CBC is getting a financial boost to “modernize and revitalize CBC/Radio Canada in the digital era.”
The CBC host talks about being the first, and still the only, Aboriginal national TV anchor on the three major Canadian networks