Christopher CheungonJune 6th, 2021
This year's Dalton Camp Award-winning essay is by Christopher Cheung called Blind Spots, which gives us a powerful reflection on the importance of representation and on-the-ground community reporting in Canadian journalism.
Christopher Cheung wins 2021 Dalton Camp Award and $10,000 prize for his essay Blind Spots
Diversity of Voices
InPress ReleasesonJune 6th, 2021
Christopher Cheung is the winner of the 2021 Dalton Camp Award for his essay Blind Spots, a powerful reflection on the importance of representation and on-the-ground community reporting in Canadian journalism.
Poet Lorna Crozier's poetry picks
InFriendly BriefonMarch 30th, 2021
This April marks the 23rd National Poetry Month and we're excited to have FRIENDS supporter and poet Lorna Crozier as our guest curator.
Self-medicate with laughter
InFriendly BriefonFebruary 23rd, 2021
The cold snap is here. The pandemic hasn't abated despite the vaccine roll out. Life is especially challenging this winter on all fronts.
World Radio Day
InFriendly BriefonFebruary 9th, 2021
February 13 marks World Radio Day, a day dedicated to celebrate one of the most accessible and reliable forms of communication. As a tribute to radio's role as a linchpin to our democracy, here are three interactive news programs from Radio Canada International, the voice broadcasting Canada's point of view to the world.
Black History Month 2021
InFriendly BriefonFebruary 1st, 2021
For this year's Black History Month, here are some great Canadian Content to celebrate virtually.
Quintessentially Canadian ice skating flicks
InFriendly BriefonJanuary 19th, 2021
It’s the ultimate combination of athletic skill and artistic expression. And this winter, with team sports like hockey and curling taking a back seat to safer solo physical activities, ice skating is more popular in Canada than ever.
Audio stories to binge on
InFriendly BriefonJanuary 12th, 2021
Listening to audio dramas was a lost art—until podcasts came along.