Communication is essential on any day, however, communication becomes even more of a priority during challenging times. The world is on edge due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the murder of…… Read more
“Being Black in Canada offers a window into the struggles while celebrating the culture and achievements of Black communities.”
CBC has launched an expanded ‘Being Black in Canada’ website featuring the stories and experiences of Black Canadians. Highlighting narratives that matter to Black communities—from individual successes to historical content—the site showcases profiles, opinion pieces, video, audio and more content across all areas of CBC.
CBC has been producing and publishing content under the Being Black in Canada project since 2013, with an online iteration launching in 2018. Initially conceived as a Black History Month program for CBC News Network, the program featured interviews with notable Black Canadians and focused on topics like Canadian Black history and culture, racism, parenthood, and activism.
Stories on the expanded site include a three-part series exploring the history of Black gospel music in
Including a teen romance starring Lili Reinhart, a documentary about the wellness industry, and Seth Rogen’s latest comedy.
We’ve got a lot of time on our hands right now. Here are all the movies and television shows we can’t wait to watch on streaming services in August 2020.
Amazon Prime Video Canada
In this film based on a novel, Lili Reinhart stars as a high school transfer student with a secret past, who finds a new passion when she begins to work on the school’s newspaper. Austin Abrams co-stars as her love interest. Available August 21
An American Pickle
Seth Rogen stars in this comedy as Herschel Greenbaum, a struggling labourer who immigrates to America in 1920 with his wife, and begins work at a pickle factory. A workplace accident causes him to fall
When we imagine self-care, we tend to think of very tangible practices, such as face masks, serums, or tending to plants. While those efforts toward self-care are obviously beneficial, I’ve…… Read more
Tonight, FASHION held its virtual runway competition Slay The Runway II, a co-production with Karim Olen Ash and XPOSED and presented in association with Tide and Jean Paul Gaultier, in support of The 519. Moderated by Twysted Miyake-Mugler, the judges – Tamar Miyake-Mugler, supermodel and Canada’s Drag Race judge Stacey McKenzie and FASHION’s creative and fashion director George Antonopoulos – watched as 10 finalists (Diseiye, Ebony Xclusive Lanvin, Gala Siriano, Hannah Arsovskihan, Mars Alexander, Nick “Miami” Benz, Oleg Kasynets, Posh Gvasalia Lanvin, Roderic Monroe and Songbird Miyake-Mugler) presented their interpretation of #FreedomFabulousness and turned their living rooms, sidewalks, driveways and more into a fierce runway. Only one could be crowned as the winner – and Posh Gvasalia Lanvin came out on top, narrowly clinching the victory with an impressive 30/30 score after flooring the judges with his submission.