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s-yéwyáw / AWAKEN
Indigenous multimedia changemakers learn and document the teachings of their Elders.
A brief winter holiday turns into an unforgettable 20 week hiatus from Liz’s Toronto home.
Meat the Future
Meat made from cells, without animal slaughter, will change how we think about food.
A transformative piece of family and Canadian history.
Liz Marshall dips between memory and current day reflection.
The Ghosts In Our Machine
Are animals property to be owned and used, or sentient beings deserving of rights?
Water on the Table
Is water a commercial good like Coca-Cola, or a human right like air?
The Rawside of … The Bourbon Tabernacle Choir
After a thirteen year hiatus, Canada’s best bar band gets back together for one last gig.
George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight Pakistan Special
To mark the one year anniversary of the devastating Pakistan floods in 2010.
Girls of Latitude
MTV hosts Nicole Holness, Diane Salema, and Aliya-Jasmine Sovani profile young women in war-torn and developing countries.
A trilogy of half-hour documentaries in partnership with the Stephen Lewis Foundation about HIV/AIDS across sub-Saharan Africa.
Maryem Hassan Tollar sings Mawal Saba, a devotional Arabic requiem.
A throwback to the Everly Brothers era, Listen celebrates the pure of heart.
A campy and zany musical bus tour with a surprise fortune teller.
Inside Your Threads
This MuchMusic special meets with the workers who stitch jeans and brand name garments for the western market.
Weight of Memory
Featuring Dancer and Choreographer Peggy Baker. In memory of the 14 women slain in the Montreal Massacre.
Voices of Dissent
For the writers profiled, literature, poetry and journalism is a matter of life and death.
Griffin Trust for Excellence in Poetry
Annual documentation of the world’s largest poetry prize written in, or translated into English, from any country in the world.
Musicians in Warzone
Music artists the Rascalz, David Usher, Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida witness the impacts of war on children.
Featuring war-affected children in Sri Lanka, Colombia, Sierra Leone, and Ghana.
Following folk-punk feminist icon Ani DiFranco on tour in parts of Canada and the US in 1995.
In 1994 Canadian singer-songwriter Kyp Harness released Chemical Valley, an intensely narrative-driven song about the environment.