The CBC's Blair Sanderon spends time at a federal penitentiary to find out more about the people who make things in prison.
Changing Trains - A mother's journey with Down Syndrome
Our awrad winning piece about a mother who faced her worst fears on the day her son was born.
More Scared of Autism than Diseases? Autistic People Speak...
The CBC's Melissa Mancini introduces us to two women who say the conversation surrounding vaccinations is offensive to people with autism.
Send Me Books, Mom
We re-play Karen Wells' documentary about the late Marianna Stack and the Mother/Child Read Aloud program.
What Will Take to Turn the Economy Around in this Region?
Three young people who came here or chose to stay here talk about the economy in Atlantic Canada and what it will take to turn things around.
Coming out in Cape Breton...stories of transgender youth.
We hear two stories of young people living a different gender than the one they were born with. And why the leader of a support group says Cape Breton is galloping ahead on this issue.
Faith, Culture and Whether to Cover your Head
Three women who grew up in the Muslim faith speak with the CBC's Margot Brunelle.
The Ordination of Helen
Molly Segal introduces us to Helen McFadyen, whose journey from seven year old heretic to new minister is a remarkable one.
Six Months in the Life of a Military Family
Reporter Stephen Puddicombe spent six months following the Dunlop-Caya family of Halifax while the father, Martin was deployed on HMCS Toronto.
On the Move - How and Why do We Move Around For Work?
A massive, seven year, multi-province study aims to answer some important questions about how and why Canadians move for work.
Answer Back, Brother
The CBC's Vanessa Blanch brings us the story of Chris Metallic, a 20 year old student at Mount Allison who went missing in 2012, and the family he left behind.
Til Death Do Us Part
The CBC's Caroline Hillier tells us two remarkable stories of true love, and why science says you CAN die of a broken heart.
Our story from 2013 about a father's dream for a new industry in his community, and how his son is carrying on the legacy.
Something Big - Protest and punishment at Frederiction...
CBC reporter Jacques Poitras tells us about the aftermath of the Fredericton High dress-code protests last November.
We hear how musicians across the region are performing in people's homes.
We hear about a Prince Edward Island man who has spent years in the Island's psychiatric facility, and how his foster sister thinks he should be living in the community instead.
Sexism and Violence on Campus
We look at how to deal with misogyny and sexulaized violence on Canadian campuses.
"Weird" political year in Atlantic Canada
The CBC's four provincial affairs reporters talk about 2014 and look ahead to this coming year.
Pauline Dakin's documentary about the extraordinary people who donate their bodies to science.
The Art of Conversation
We present excerpts from The Walrus Talks:The Art of Conversation held this past year at Mount Allison University.
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