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Videos are listed chronologically by date added, beginning with the most recent
Who Are the Métis?
A board member from the Manitoba Métis Federation and the self-proclaimed Grand Chief of the Eastern Woodland Métis Nation of Nova Scotia highlight two perspectives on the complex issue of who is Métis.
Tougher Impaired Driving Laws Raise Concerns About Targeting
Since new impaired driving laws no longer require that law enforcement officers have reasonable grounds to request a breath sample, advocates for civil liberties are concerned about whether this change will lead to the targeting of drivers from visible minorities.
Does Canada Have a Jury Problem?
In the aftermath of Gerald Stanley's acquittal, friends and family of Colten Boushie raised concerns about how Canada's juries are selected and whether race plays a role in getting a fair trial.
Design By Decade Episode 6. 2000s
In the first decade of the 2000s, large-, medium- and small-sized producers were taking on the challenge of environmentalism. But beyond that, the various visual languages designers were using expanded, ranging from the persistent global aesthetic to more specific regional approaches.
Design By Decade Episode 5. 1990s
In Canada, there was a resurgence of design during the 1990s. Large design firms were investing in product research and development and many sophisticated and exciting products surfaced. This episode examines some of the most distinctive and cutting edge Canadian designs that represent this revol...
Design By Decade Episode 4. 1980s
Throughout the 1980s, many design companies prospered in Canada as awareness of prestigious design was on the rise. Designers embraced a more pluralist look, creating objects that challenged earlier perceptions of good design. The possibilities of what could be made were endless.
Design By Decade Episode 1. Post-War Design
The post-war period in Canada was a golden age of progress and production. After the Second World War, Canada found itself in a time of affluence and industrial growth. As the nation developed into a true consumer society, the manufacturing sector reacted to meet new needs, producing modern objec...
That's Art?! Episode 12: Erica Balon, Jon Klassen and Dan Bergeron
Jon Klassen has won awards for his illustrations. What really matters to him is the smile on a child's face as they learn to read with his beautiful books. Erica Balon is part of a new wave of graffiti artists. She isn't interested in vandalism or egocentric tags - she wants to bring beauty and l...
That's Art?! Episode 11: Drew Struzan, Buff Monster and Sam Radoff
Drew Struzan has gone from being a poor kid in Oregon City to becoming Hollywood's most celebrated poster artist. His bold brushwork has defined some of the greatest movies and characters in modern cinema, from Star Wars to Harry Potter. Buff Monster's cuddly characters appear on everything from ...
That's Art?! Episode 10: Kosh and Tracy Lee Stum
Kosh is the creative genius behind such iconic album covers as "Abbey Road," "Who's Next?" and "Hotel California." He is a three-time Grammy winner whose career spans 30 years of music. Tracy Lee Stum has painted on sidewalks all around the world. She is a world leader in stunning 3D effects.
That's Art?! Episode 9: Marc Silvestri, Susan Trianos and Zab Hobart
Marc Silvestri is one of a handful of artists who had the courage to shake up the status quo. He faced off with Marvel Comics and DC Comics. Twenty years later, he's still doing it his own distinct way. Susan Trianos makes the most beautiful and delicious cakes you've ever seen. From birthdays to...
That's Art?! Episode 8: David Lozeau, Katya Trischuk and Carl Wiens
Celebrate the Day of the Dead with artist David Lozeau. His smiling skulls will dance their way into your heart and liven up your home. It doesn't have to be Easter to enjoy painted eggs. Katya Trischuk is creating tiny masterpieces all year round using traditional techniques and very modern desi...
That's Art?! Episode 7: David Finch, Dave Johnston and Nikole Lowe
David Finch dropped out of high school in Grade 11. Twenty years later he is one of the superstars of the comic book world, drawing Batman for DC comics. Dave Johnston is known simply as "Chalkmaster." He creates amazing three dimensional pictures on the sidewalk, much to the delight of his milli...