10 things we learned about Buffy Sainte-Marie, a Canadian living legend
At 81, Buffy Sainte-Marie is still building on her incredible artistic legacy. The Cree folk musician sat down with Q's Tom Power for an in-depth conversation about her life, music and activism.
How many French fries did the boy in the 1987 McCain ad really have to eat?
It’s remarkable how well-remembered that commercial still is to this day, considering it's 35 years old. The story behind it may surprise you.
I started my education at residential school. At 58, I've finally graduated
Vivian Ketchum was five years old when she was taken to residential school. She reflects on what it means to finally finish high school.
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His case made same-sex marriage a right in the U.S. Now he fears it could all be undone
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