Jebunnessa Chapola is making her mark in the fields of feminism, volunteering and cultural activism.
As a part of the College of Arts and Science’s sixth annual alumni of influence awards, award-winning CBC journalist Piya Chattopadhyay was invited to speak
With the NHL trade deadline come and gone, many media pundits have declared that George Stroumboulopoulos’ switch from CBC to Rogers is the biggest acquisition of the hockey season.
Vote Compass is a quiz of 30 questions and statements about relevant political issues such as defence, economy, environment, government programs, immigration and multiculturalism, moral values, parliamentary reform, Quebec and taxes.
Bob McDonald, draws half a million listeners to his curious science show every week ”” and he'll be bringing his ability to mesmerize audiences to the University of Saskatchewan March 7.
Anyone following this season of CBC's hit show Dragon's Den knows how much Saskatchewan's W. Brett Wilson has added to the show since being named to the panel two seasons ago.
The six wives of Henry VIII have gone down in the annals of history, though people don't often stop to think about them. Who were they? What led them to their eventual fates? For the past three years, The Tudors has been answering those questions.
Anna Maria Tremonti, host of The Current on CBC Radio One, records most episodes of her show in Toronto but earlier this week she recorded in Saskatoon, examining the city and province's economic successes.