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  • Breaking free in this week's Generation Why - Your Community
    for our generation or replay the open forum live chat we ran to discuss those big questions Replay or read the minutes from our first open editorial meeting Tags community Generation Why More Stories under Community Generation Why says farewell for now Jun 1 2013 9 43 AM ET Big news this week After an amazing first run Generation Why is going on a summer hiatus following this our fourteenth issue It s a gre 9 43 AM ET June photo contest How do you start your morning May 31 2013 6 21 PM ET Night owls and late shift workers among us aside the majority of Canadians must wake up every morning Show us how you start your day for a 6 21 PM ET Readers debate merits of anti bullying video depicting suicide May 31 2013 4 12 PM ET An anti bullying video that depicts the suicide of a teenage girl is sparking debate among educators and parents in Winnipeg as well as amo 4 12 PM ET More entries for category Community Momtract legally enforces your love for mom Breaking free in this week s Generation Why Ryan Gosling won t eat his cereal in hilarious Vine meme Previous Post Ryan Gosling won t eat his cereal in hilarious Vine meme Back to Your Community Home Next Post Momtract legally enforces your love for mom Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Meet the Community Team CBC News Community team from left to right Andrew Yates Lauren O Neil Andrea Bellamare John Bowman Not shown Andrea Lee Greenberg on leave If you re part of the CBC News community you re likely to meet one of us we re the folks working to produce and promote your stories Read more about us Other Your Community Entries Most Recent Most Commented Momtract legally enforces your love for mom Breaking free in this week s Generation Why Ryan Gosling won t eat his cereal in hilarious Vine meme The internet helps cancer patient realize her last wish Here are your best life lessons from mom for Mother s Day Tag Cloud The tags that follow are listed in a non sequential order Tag s range from 1 most popular to 20 least popular Arts Entertainment Tag rank 7 Canada Tag rank 5 Community Tag rank 2 Community Reaction Tag rank 6 Health Tag rank 5 internet Tag rank 8 law Tag rank 7 money Tag rank 8 Photo Contest Tag rank 5 Politics Tag rank 4 POV Tag rank 1 Science Technology Tag rank 6 social media Tag rank 7 Sports Tag rank 7 Storify Tag rank 4 storify Tag rank 6 Top 5 at 5 Tag rank 6 Twitter Tag rank 5 U S Tag rank 7 World Tag rank 5 Categories Add category Arts Entertainment 324 Ask CBC News 11 Ask Dr Karl 8 Business 268 Canada 2042 Community 2599 Features 1 Health 336 Interview News Promo 495 Politics 642 Science Technology

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/yourcommunity/2013/05/breaking-free-in-this-weeks-generation-why.html (2013-06-03)
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  • 12 young leaders changing Canada in this week's Generation Why - Your Community
    open editorial meeting Tags Generation Why More Stories under Community Generation Why says farewell for now Jun 1 2013 9 43 AM ET Big news this week After an amazing first run Generation Why is going on a summer hiatus following this our fourteenth issue It s a gre 9 43 AM ET June photo contest How do you start your morning May 31 2013 6 21 PM ET Night owls and late shift workers among us aside the majority of Canadians must wake up every morning Show us how you start your day for a 6 21 PM ET Readers debate merits of anti bullying video depicting suicide May 31 2013 4 12 PM ET An anti bullying video that depicts the suicide of a teenage girl is sparking debate among educators and parents in Winnipeg as well as amo 4 12 PM ET More entries for category Community 12 young leaders changing Canada in this week s Generation Why U S students create hate map of bigoted tweets Canadians share memories photos of Elijah Harper online Previous Post U S students create hate map of bigoted tweets Back to Your Community Home Next Post CBC readers seek answers following Nigel Wright s resignation Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Meet the Community Team CBC News Community team from left to right Andrew Yates Lauren O Neil Andrea Bellamare John Bowman Not shown Andrea Lee Greenberg on leave If you re part of the CBC News community you re likely to meet one of us we re the folks working to produce and promote your stories Read more about us Other Your Community Entries Most Recent Most Commented CBC readers seek answers following Nigel Wright s resignation 12 young leaders changing Canada in this week s Generation Why U S students create hate map of bigoted tweets Canadians share memories photos of Elijah Harper online Chat Replay How common is Angelina Jolie s breast cancer gene Tag Cloud The tags that follow are listed in a non sequential order Tag s range from 1 most popular to 20 least popular Arts Entertainment Tag rank 7 Canada Tag rank 5 Community Tag rank 2 Community Reaction Tag rank 6 Health Tag rank 5 internet Tag rank 8 law Tag rank 7 money Tag rank 8 Photo Contest Tag rank 5 Politics Tag rank 4 POV Tag rank 1 Science Technology Tag rank 6 social media Tag rank 7 Sports Tag rank 7 Storify Tag rank 4 storify Tag rank 6 Top 5 at 5 Tag rank 6 Twitter Tag rank 5 U S Tag rank 7 World Tag rank 5 Categories Add category Arts Entertainment 327 Ask CBC News 11 Ask Dr Karl 8 Business 268 Canada 2045 Community 2623 Features 1 Health 337 Interview News Promo 495 Politics 643 Science Technology 520 Sports 130 Transparency 4 World 1115 Archives 2013 472 May 69 CBC readers seek answers following Nigel Wright s resignation 12 young

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/yourcommunity/2013/05/10-young-innovators-changing-canada-in-this-weeks-generation-why.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Repairing the damage in this week's Generation Why - Your Community
    results of our user driven social poll on important questions for our generation or replay the open forum live chat we ran to discuss those big questions Replay or read the minutes from our first open editorial meeting Tags Generation Why More Stories under Community Generation Why says farewell for now Jun 1 2013 9 43 AM ET Big news this week After an amazing first run Generation Why is going on a summer hiatus following this our fourteenth issue It s a gre 9 43 AM ET June photo contest How do you start your morning May 31 2013 6 21 PM ET Night owls and late shift workers among us aside the majority of Canadians must wake up every morning Show us how you start your day for a 6 21 PM ET Readers debate merits of anti bullying video depicting suicide May 31 2013 4 12 PM ET An anti bullying video that depicts the suicide of a teenage girl is sparking debate among educators and parents in Winnipeg as well as amo 4 12 PM ET More entries for category Community Amanda Bynes unleashes Twitter insults on Rihanna Repairing the damage in this week s Generation Why Lego calls life size Star Wars X wing largest model ever Previous Post Nike follows Kevin Durant s lead in Oklahoma tornado recovery Back to Your Community Home Next Post Amanda Bynes unleashes Twitter insults on Rihanna Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Meet the Community Team CBC News Community team from left to right Andrew Yates Lauren O Neil Andrea Bellamare John Bowman Not shown Andrea Lee Greenberg on leave If you re part of the CBC News community you re likely to meet one of us we re the folks working to produce and promote your stories Read more about us Other Your Community Entries Most Recent Most Commented Amanda Bynes unleashes Twitter insults on Rihanna Repairing the damage in this week s Generation Why Nike follows Kevin Durant s lead in Oklahoma tornado recovery Lego calls life size Star Wars X wing largest model ever Canadian buskers offer a glimpse into the life of a street artist Tag Cloud The tags that follow are listed in a non sequential order Tag s range from 1 most popular to 20 least popular Arts Entertainment Tag rank 7 Canada Tag rank 5 Community Tag rank 2 Community Reaction Tag rank 6 Health Tag rank 5 internet Tag rank 8 law Tag rank 7 money Tag rank 8 Photo Contest Tag rank 5 Politics Tag rank 4 POV Tag rank 1 Science Technology Tag rank 6 social media Tag rank 7 Sports Tag rank 7 Storify Tag rank 4 storify Tag rank 6 Top 5 at 5 Tag rank 6 Twitter Tag rank 5 U S Tag rank 6 World Tag rank 5 Categories Add category Arts Entertainment 331 Ask CBC News 11 Ask Dr Karl 8 Business 268 Canada 2049 Community 2646 Features

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/yourcommunity/2013/05/generation-why-issue-13.html (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC readers under 30 weigh in on big questions - Your Community
    opinions A whopping 96 per cent said young Canadians are not as religious as their parents 86 per cent said that they re worried that they are being saturated with entertainment news that displaces important world events and 86 per cent also believed that Canada needs more independent media 80 per cent said that although Canada is considered multicultural it can still can be quite racist and discriminatory 76 per cent said their generation cares too much about popular culture and now enough about real issues 77 per cent said that Canada has become more Americanized in the past decade 63 per cent said they do not believe they are the entitled generation compared to 52 per cent of respondents 30 or older who said actually yes they are 71 per cent predicted that there will not be Old Age Security by the time they retire 66 per cent did not believe the world would be a better place by the time they retire Career related questions When it came to questions of employment and education respondents under the age of 30 indicated the following 71 per cent believe it makes sense to go back to school if you can t find work 78 per cent believe the 30 year career is dead 92 per cent do not believe that a university degree excluding professional degrees like engineering will secure a job 79 per cent said they worry about the rise of contract work and the loss of careers Habit and lifestyle questions It was a close one but the majority of young Canadians who answered the question above said that they do not work a 40 hour work week 90 per cent said they get most of their news through social media 86 per cent said they regularly visit news sites 50 per cent said they still read physical newspapers 64 per cent said they have or would study abroad 61 per cent said they do not have cable TV 51 per cent do not believe it s impossible to own a home before 30 Below you will find the full list of reader submitted questions Change the results above by weighing in add your own questions or join us Thursday at 7 p m ET to discuss the results in an online open forum Questions you d like to see in the news Tags Canada Community More Stories under Community Generation Why says farewell for now Jun 1 2013 9 43 AM ET Big news this week After an amazing first run Generation Why is going on a summer hiatus following this our fourteenth issue It s a gre 9 43 AM ET June photo contest How do you start your morning May 31 2013 6 21 PM ET Night owls and late shift workers among us aside the majority of Canadians must wake up every morning Show us how you start your day for a 6 21 PM ET Readers debate merits of anti bullying video depicting

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/yourcommunity/2013/03/cbc-readers-under-30-weigh-in-on-big-questions.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Replay | CBC Live Online's 'Gen Why' open forum - Your Community
    2013 9 43 AM ET Big news this week After an amazing first run Generation Why is going on a summer hiatus following this our fourteenth issue It s a gre 9 43 AM ET June photo contest How do you start your morning May 31 2013 6 21 PM ET Night owls and late shift workers among us aside the majority of Canadians must wake up every morning Show us how you start your day for a 6 21 PM ET Readers debate merits of anti bullying video depicting suicide May 31 2013 4 12 PM ET An anti bullying video that depicts the suicide of a teenage girl is sparking debate among educators and parents in Winnipeg as well as amo 4 12 PM ET More entries for category Canada Kevin Page s rally cry resonates with Canadians online Should high schools across Canada send home health report cards Lululeather and EH among Canadian twists on April Fool s Day Previous Post Teen pregnancy shaming campaign slammed by young parents Back to Your Community Home Next Post Generation Why March 8 Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Meet the Community Team CBC News Community team from left to right Andrew Yates Lauren O Neil Andrea Bellamare John Bowman Not shown Andrea Lee Greenberg on leave If you re part of the CBC News community you re likely to meet one of us we re the folks working to produce and promote your stories Read more about us Other Your Community Entries Most Recent Most Commented Live Online replay Are we too attached to our cellphones Roger Ebert mourned by world leaders film industry vets Fans remembers quotable Ebert in his own words Meme weary internet rolls its eyes at Vadering photos Facebook s people before apps phone pitch delights and annoys Tag Cloud The tags that follow are listed in a non sequential order Tag s range from 1 most popular to 20 least popular Arts Entertainment Tag rank 7 Canada Tag rank 5 Community Tag rank 2 Community Reaction Tag rank 6 Health Tag rank 5 law Tag rank 7 money Tag rank 8 photo caption contest Tag rank 8 Photo Contest Tag rank 5 Politics Tag rank 4 POV Tag rank 1 Science Technology Tag rank 6 social media Tag rank 7 Sports Tag rank 7 Storify Tag rank 4 storify Tag rank 7 Top 5 at 5 Tag rank 6 Twitter Tag rank 5 U S Tag rank 7 World Tag rank 5 Categories Add category Arts Entertainment 317 Ask CBC News 11 Ask Dr Karl 8 Business 263 Canada 2009 Community 2475 Features 1 Health 332 Interview News Promo 495 Politics 632 Science Technology 505 Sports 128 Transparency 4 World 1079 Archives 2013 317 April 19 Live Online replay Are we too attached to our cellphones Roger Ebert mourned by world leaders film industry vets Fans remembers quotable Ebert in his own words Meme weary internet rolls its eyes

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/yourcommunity/2013/03/generation-whys-cross-country-chat-up-apologies-to-rex-murphy.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Generation Why: ideas and opinions from our Open Editorial Meeting - Your Community
    An open doc is a great way to get folks that can t make the editorial meetings involved Google docs are easy good for mobile great access Lauren Good idea google is accessible to everyone 6 Overlaps Lauren We might be running up against the issue very soon that 3 or 4 people contribute the same content We could grow it once we have more people helping build it so that we can make the magazine more dynamic Ishani Having this document helps people see what may or may not be pitched and helps with peer editing ideas We could compare angles and bring multiple perspectives or add our voice to specific examples Fabiola If you want to hear from us in our capacity as young reporters let us know Is it interesting to you to hear about how we do our reporting Lauren We struggle with story selection as well something could change mid week with the story you ve selected The doc could help with the collaboration Fabiola Less redundancy more perspective for example shorter submissions of 100 words Ishani Pull tweets and include people s posts through social media Here are all the different voices It might help break up the format Lauren It s a good way to give people a voice without having to wrangle them into writing a piece Response in Comment Laura Maybe assigning people to write on a broad topic that doesn t get much attention e g arts entertainment Ash The limitation with submitting early is missing the dynamic stories It might encourage people to write early instead of writing about something with the most recent and relevant information Robin Tomlin Yes you need almost instant chat with stories coming at us as they happen Ash I agree different angles are very interesting especially side by side Even if they aren t conflicting just covering different related issues under one topic Emily This can help with collaboration like Amanda was saying i e Rataeha North Korea etc Ash It will be interesting to see if we can start using this live doc for the Boston reporting this week Shayla I agree with ash kelly different angles gives more voice to one story Laura I wonder if the google doc idea may discourage some contributions Laura I would be interested in the peer editing reviewing idea Shayla I would be interested in the peer editing idea 7 Production Side Lauren Let us know if there s anything you want to do on the production side of things Laura Personally I write my submissions Thursday night If regular contributors could be given certain topics You know this week has really shifted towards topic A could you write about topic Q We could still say no I still want to contribute on topic A The beauty of GenWhy is that I can write about articles that speak to me Perhaps there s some risks to taking the directional approach though there will be redundancy Lauren We are seeing a lot of hunger for you guys to learn how to put this together If you would be interested in pre laying out your spreads let us know Also let us know early on in the week if you have an idea for how you would like your spread laid out Arielle Piat Sauve On the editing side wanting to edit text and images Fabiola To make our jobs easier it would be nice to have some creative common sent to us with your piece include copyright info if you know of some images you would like Log onto Glossi com and start playing around 8 Going forward Lauren At this point Gen Why is our brain child We didn t expect it to blow up the way it did For now we won t be able to expand beyond once a week If we have trusted contributors looking to get more involved perhaps quality not quantity could go up If we want to engage readers and writers we can t keep it being every Friday Perhaps we could have a blog where readers can respond with anything from a response to a 500 word entry It doesn t have to be that once a person writes about an issue it s done with Fabiola That s what the comments section is supposed to be for Unfortunately everyone commenting on the posts seem to be trolls We re trying to show Canada that GenY is not all iPhone addicted degenerates We really encourage you guys to take back the conversation join the CBC community and give each other good constructive feedback Make comments on specific pages etc Lauren it would be helpful to have writers come in and combat what these people are saying We are not just covering Justin Beiber Response in Comment Ainar Darn kids Get off mah lawn Ash I think it has something to do with who clicks the Community tab from the main CBC site Arielle What about negative comments on the CBC s fb page I noticed a lot of comments about Gen Why Amanda Ishani that would be a great way to link to the CBC top Headlines and give people headlines that are interesting to them and important stories to be following in the news Amanda stories Emily We should start to comment on one another s content and encourage our friends to comment too This will combat the negative comments Ishani Maybe those headlines could be accompanied by 2ish sentences that explain why they re important and why it matters to Gen Y Lauren Fabiola We have heard from a teacher that shows GenWhy to his gr 8 class every Monday morning whaaaat That s what it s all about Laura Let s encourage students schools to get involved and get students commenting on the pieces 9 Non CBC content Should we link to external non CBC content Consensus seems to be we want to encourage people

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/yourcommunity/2013/04/summary-of-our-first-generation-why-open-editorial-meeting.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Photo galleries - CBC News
    Canada Photo Galleries Featured Gallery Northern Ontario bridge collapse Click to view full gallery View full gallery of Northern Ontario bridge collapse Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Google Ads CBC Global Footer CBC ca Aboriginal Books Contests Digital Archives Documentaries Kids Kids CBC Preschool Kids CBC Wonder World Music News Parents Program Guide Radio Sports Television CBC Member Centre CBC Player

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/photos/ (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC Saskatoon
    gutter journalism The Ford brothers took aim again at the Toronto Star on Sunday demanding an apology for a story that claimed records belonging to former staffers in the mayor s office were slated to be destroyed more Not all mayors swayed by 53B federal promise More than 1 800 municipal leaders from across Canada are calling for an overhaul of the way they get money from the federal government especially when it comes to transportation and infrastructure projects more More Headlines Politics Trudeau vows to raise the bar for transparency on expenses The only way to restore public trust in the wake of the Senate expenses scandal is to raise the bar and make parliamentarians expenses more transparent than ever before said Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau on Sunday more Feds pick off the shelf design for military resupply ships A design by ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems Canada has been selected for the Navy s new support ships being built by Vancouver Shipyards Co Ltd more Not all mayors swayed by 53B federal promise More than 1 800 municipal leaders from across Canada are calling for an overhaul of the way they get money from the federal government especially when it comes to transportation and infrastructure projects more National anti bully scheme to launch at late teen s school The suicide of 15 year old Jamie Hubley in the fall of 2011 was a tragedy that hit the local community hard but personal connections sent the heartache reverberating through the halls of Parliament Hill and the Ontario legislature too more First Nations harmony depends on real action from Harper Atleo says National Chief for the Assembly of First Nations Shawn Atleo says the degree of First Nations unrest this summer depends in large part on how much concrete action Stephen Harper authorizes on entrenching ancient treaty rights more More Headlines Business RBS Canada drops challenge over release of LIBOR scandal records May 31 2013 7 20 PM ET The Canadian affiliate of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group has dropped its challenge against a court order compelling it to release document 7 20 PM ET Starbucks bans smoking within 8 metres of stores May 31 2013 8 42 PM ET Starting Saturday Starbucks will ban smokers from lighting up a cigarette outside any of their 7 000 coffee shops across the U S and Canad 8 42 PM ET B C officially opposes Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline May 31 2013 11 04 PM ET The B C government has officially expressed its opposition to a proposal for the Northern Gateway pipeline project saying it fails to addr 11 04 PM ET Health Probiotics may ease antibiotic side effects May 31 2013 5 29 PM ET Taking probiotics supplements could help prevent the diarrhea associated with C difficile infections 5 29 PM ET Nutrition labels for alcohol approved in U S Jun 1 2013 9 05 PM ET Alcohol beverages soon could have nutritional labels like those on food packaging but only

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/saskatoon/ (2013-06-03)
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