A selection of items.
Stories appear on CBC player, CBC.ca or YouTube
A small city in Canada was once home to a powerhouse football team recognized on both sides of the border. A Grey Cup story about some forgotten champions.
A century ago, a teenager went to war. He didn't come back. Now his canoe has.
More than 200 years after the Battle of Queenston Heights, the First Nations contribution is honoured.
From Naujaat, a hamlet on the Arctic Circle. A pilot project with an innovative, igloo-shaped greenhouse. It's an attempt to bring low-cost, fresh food to the north. Some of the cutest kids on the planet try locally grown food for the first time.
People with Parkinson's Disease fight back with a training program based on boxing. Developed in Indianapolis, it's coming to Canada.
The Toronto Maple Leafs get a new logo. That is not the whole story. Not even close.
If you are caught on camera, what happens next online can be astonishing. One Canadian's story of misconduct, magnified.
A forgotten Canadian hero is honoured seventy years later.
Canadians love the landscape. But look what they do to it. Or should that be look what WE do to it ...
Unboxing ... a simple idea and a simple way to make money. Marketing for and by the YouTube generation.
In a First Nations community on Hudson Bay, canoes and skills are restored by craftsmen from the south. I was touched by the warm welcome I received in the community, the dedication of the canoe builders and above all, the spirit of this project.