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Sketches of life

Radio Canada International and its partners collaborated to bring you soundscapes and images of similar places in each of our countries: Canada, Poland, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and Romania. More…

Why Has Montreal Become a Hub for Chinese Filmmakers?

In Canada’s second largest city, Montreal, a group of talented, passionate Chinese independent filmmakers have dedicated the past ten years to their filmmaking dreams. They’ve grown to become a unique component in the Canadian film scene. The group includes Yung» 

Politics

Wilson-Raybould and the SNC-Lavalin controversy: 2 months of turmoil in Ottawa

Over the past two months, the controversy surrounding the SNC-Lavalin has continued unabated. The situation involves criminal charges against the company and the declarations of former Minister of Justice Jody Wilson-Raybould that she has been subjected to undue and inappropriate» 

Society

Nunavut is turning 20 : read RCI’s many reports on Canada’s newest territory

On April 1st 2019, Canada celebrates the 20th anniversary of the creation of Nunavut. Over 36 000 Canadians live there, and 23 000 of them speak primarily Inuktitut at home. Find out more about Canada’s newest, largest, and most northerly» 

Talking about Indigenous people: news and reports from RCI

Read Radio Canada International recent reports on issues related to Indigenous communities, culture and rights. Compensation for Indian Day School survivors announced By Terry Haig | 13 March, 2019 First Nations elder was ‘near tears’ after Halifax airport confrontation By» 

Discovering Canada with RCI

You want to know more about Canada? Explore the country from one coast to the other? Find out about its political system and people? Visit Radio Canada international special section Discovering Canada.

NFB’s interactive game for mobile devices aims to close ‘orgasm gap’

TORONTO – Pretty well everyone knows what a penis looks like, whether in the flesh, in the form of sex toys or from depictions scrawled on the walls of public washrooms. But a woman’s clitoris? Not so much… read more

Society

NFB’s interactive game for mobile devices aims to close ‘orgasm gap’

TORONTO – Pretty well everyone knows what a penis looks like, whether in the flesh, in the form of sex toys or from depictions scrawled on the walls of public washrooms. But a woman’s clitoris? Not so much. Enter the» 

Understanding Canada’s Political System

Constitutionally, Canada’s head of state is Queen Elizabeth II. She is represented by a governor general at the federal level and by 10 lieutenant governors, one per province. The three territories each have a commissioner representing the Queen. They mainly» 

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