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Michael Harris, 2014 Canada Council laureate - Governor General's Literary Awards

Michael Harris, 2014 Canada Council laureate – Governor General's Literary Awards

Please like this video and subscribe to support the arts in Canada. Michael Harris is a 2014 winner of the Governor General’s Literary Awards for “The End of Absence: Reclaiming What We’ve Lost in a World of Constant Connection” (category: Non-fiction) The Canada Council for the Arts funds, administers and promotes the Governor General’s Literary Awards, Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary awards program with a total value of $450,000…. Read Article →

Andrée A. Michaud, 2014 Canada Council laureate - Governor General's Literary Awards

Andrée A. Michaud, 2014 Canada Council laureate – Governor General's Literary Awards

Please like this video and subscribe to support the arts in Canada. Andrée A. Michaud is a 2014 winner of the Governor General’s Literary Awards for “Bondrée” (category: Fiction) The Canada Council for the Arts funds, administers and promotes the Governor General’s Literary Awards, Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary awards program with a total value of $450,000. This year’s best books The Canada Council for the Arts is a… Read Article →

Marianne Dubuc, 2014 Canada Council laureate - Governor General's Literary Awards

Marianne Dubuc, 2014 Canada Council laureate – Governor General's Literary Awards

Please like this video and subscribe to support the arts in Canada. Marianne Dubuc is a 2014 winner of the Governor General’s Literary Awards for “Le lion et l’oiseau” (category: Children’s literature – illustration) The Canada Council for the Arts funds, administers and promotes the Governor General’s Literary Awards, Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary awards program with a total value of $450,000. This year’s best books The Canada Council… Read Article →

Jillian Tamaki, 2014 Canada Council laureate - Governor General's Literary Awards

Jillian Tamaki, 2014 Canada Council laureate – Governor General's Literary Awards

Jillian Tamaki, 2014 Canada Council laureate – Governor General’s Literary Awards Please like this video and subscribe to support the arts in Canada. Jillian Tamaki is a 2014 winner of the Governor General’s Literary Awards for “This One Summer” (category: Children’s literature – illustration) The Canada Council for the Arts funds, administers and promotes the Governor General’s Literary Awards, Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary awards program with a total… Read Article →

Louise Penny's Night with the Monks, Author interview for The Beautiful Mystery

Louise Penny's Night with the Monks, Author interview for The Beautiful Mystery

Louise Penny describes her overnight research at a monastery for her book, A Beautiful Mystery. In this interview Louise is both poignant and witty as she talks about her writing process, how she invented the village of Three Pines in Quebec, Canada, and how it brought her solace after 9/11. She also recounts in lovely detail how she managed to spend the night in a Benedictine monastery — from Gregorian… Read Article →

NTS ACTING CLASS OF 2015

NTS ACTING CLASS OF 2015

Introducing the National Theatre School of Canada’s English Acting Class of 2015! Thomas Barnet, Daniel Ellis, Rebecca Gibian, Humberly Gonzalez, Shelagh …

About the Writers' Trust of Canada

About the Writers' Trust of Canada

Six Canadian writers talk about the Writers’ Trust of Canada, a national charitable organization that seeks to advance, nurture and celebrate Canadian writers and writing. the Reuters trust is an organization that has for a number of years in Canada helped writers it's an organization that supports writers with programs and awards these are important prizes because they don't just go to good books but they go to supporting writers… Read Article →

Johannus Boots & Amanda Newell - The Story of a Canadian Fine Artist vs. The Corporation of Canada

Johannus Boots & Amanda Newell – The Story of a Canadian Fine Artist vs. The Corporation of Canada

Johannus Boots is a fine artist who immigrated to Canada from Holland at the age of 10. His personal surrealist style reflects his love and respect for the abundant beauty of nature in all its perfection and intricacy. A portion of his more recent work may also depict some of the tenuous morality and contradictions of society. Johannus joins us with his partner Amanda Newell to share the story of… Read Article →

Toronto Academy of Acting for Film and Television 30' Promotional Video

Toronto Academy of Acting for Film and Television 30' Promotional Video

Toronto Academy of Acting for Film and Television is recognized as one of the best film schools in Canada. The Academy offers intensive 4 month diploma programs for film acting, and film & television production, as well as a one month certificate program for film acting. The Academy is the only Canadian film school that prepares students with 3 professionally edited film scenes for their demo reel, as part of… Read Article →

Best of 2013 Film Acting Boot Camp

Best of 2013 Film Acting Boot Camp

Best of 2013 Film Acting Boot Camp Instructed and directed by Andrej Acin To apply or find out more about us, please call 416-536-8574 or 1-866-420-4077 (toll free). Visit out website at www.torontoacademyofacting.com check it out I'm getting married that's your mom's ring we're using it as an engagement ring until we can afford to buy one we're getting married you're 16 I know is it amazing the parakeet blown… Read Article →

Canadian Government Grants Kits - Canadian Government Grants Kits That You Can Trust!

Canadian Government Grants Kits – Canadian Government Grants Kits That You Can Trust!

Click Here to See if Quality For a Grant Today Canadian Government Grants Kits Due to the economic down turn the Canadian government has been very proactive in helping Canadians with small business grants, money for going back to school and much much more. See what grants are available for you in your area today, hurry the funds are on a first come first serve basis. Canadian Government Grants Kits… Read Article →

Max Agency Talent: Introduce Yourself

Max Agency Talent: Introduce Yourself

Meet our talented models and actors! Want to be a model or an actor? Don’t be shy – follow your dreams! Visit our website to find out how to join MAX Agency today. Twitter: @MAXAGENCY || Instagram: @maxagencyofficial || Facebook: Max Agency Want to share your experience? E-mail us at [email protected] or visit us on Yelp! hi my name's elissa Ullman and I just recently joined max agency I really… Read Article →

UNREPENTANT: Canada's Residential Schools Documentary

UNREPENTANT: Canada's Residential Schools Documentary

This award winning documentary reveals Canada’s darkest secret – the deliberate extermination of indigenous (Native American) peoples and the theft of their land under the guise of religion. This never before told history as seen through the eyes of this former minister (Kevin Annett) who blew the whistle on his own church, after he learned of thousands of murders in its Indian Residential Schools. GET A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD: First-hand testimonies… Read Article →

Creative Writing at Centennial High School Calgary, Alberta.

Creative Writing at Centennial High School Calgary, Alberta.

This video will help students understand why they should take Creative Writing at Centennial High School. hi my name is Dylan and I took creative writing because I wanted to express myself in a way that's fun and easy for me hi my name is janae and my favorite part of creative writing is just having class and to be able to do stuff that I enjoy like writing my… Read Article →

Equality Day, The Canadian Association For Equality

Equality Day, The Canadian Association For Equality

The Canadian Association For Equality (CAFE) hosted the first annual Equality Day in Toronto. A group of feminists have targeted CAFE in vendetta-like fashion, and convinced Artscape Toronto to withdraw permission to hold the planned musical celebration day at their space at Gibraltar Point only a few days prior to the event. Equality Day became a public outreach day at Yonge and Dundas instead. The feminist vendetta against CAFE continues,… Read Article →

Short Teaser Interview with Canadian Actor Tony Towe on Beyond Redemption

Short Teaser Interview with Canadian Actor Tony Towe on Beyond Redemption

Canadian Actor Tony Towe talks about his role in the independent Canadian film Beyond Redemption 無法回頭 in this short teaser interview. Full length interview coming soon. Beyond Redemption is Canada’s first ever Asian styled Action genre film and is unique in that it features a largely Asian cast. Tony plays the role of Xi Long, who to his family appears to business man, but is in fact a Triad Dragon… Read Article →

APA Style Reference List: How to Reference Canadian Government Documents

APA Style Reference List: How to Reference Canadian Government Documents

Memorial University Libraries combined the applicable APA Style guidelines (6th edition) with the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation (7th edition) to create our recommendations for citing Canadian government documents. This video explains how to include Canadian government documents, both print (0:50) and online (2:36), in your Reference List. The content was created by Crystal Rose, Public Services Librarian, Memorial University Libraries, in partnership with the university’s department of Distance… Read Article →

Actor Goes Ballistic on Canadian Film Set

Actor Goes Ballistic on Canadian Film Set

Matt Baram, Canadian actor best known for playing the role of the socially awkward tax lawyer Jonathan on CityTV’s SEED, is caught here on tape spouting a Christian Bale-like rant that has many wondering not only what set him off but more importantly, who he thinks he is. Give a listen. @mattbaram #NaardFilm wait wait wait wait wait wait everybody stop okay cut just stop no there's not a problem… Read Article →

In memory of a Canadian legend Farley Mowat

In memory of a Canadian legend Farley Mowat

Farley Mowat, one of Canada’s best known authors and a noted environmentalist, has died. He was 92. Mowat wrote dozens of works including Lost in the Barrens and Never Cry Wolf, and his books sold more than 17 million copies worldwide. He also had a deep love of nature, and spent a lot of time in Canada’s Far North. In this interview with George Stroumboulopoulos, he he doesn’t go to… Read Article →