At this year’s Six Nations Wine Challenge, Canada claimed the winning spot in four categories, with the honours shared evenly between Canada’s two main wine producing regions – Ontario’s Niagara region and British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley region.
Canada Down Under sat down with the Canadian recipients of the 2019 World of Difference award. Read what the incredible women had to say about the importance of making a difference, and bettering women’s economic empowerment.
“This Mountain Life”, a documentary by award winning Canadian filmmaker Grant Baldwin, is screening tomorrow night as part of Environmental Film Festival Australia! In anticipation, the Canada Down Under team sat down with Grant and chatted about the making of his remarkable film.
Following its sold-out Australian premiere at Queer Screen, Canadian screenwriter Laurie Lynd discusses his latest film “Killing Patient Zero” and its importance to the queer cinema movement, as well as to his career as an artist.
During her recent visit to Australia, Canada Down Under chatted with award-winning Canadian science author Joan Marie Galat about the importance of sharing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education with the next generation.
Ahead of the opening of The Bluebird Mechanicals at the 2019 Brisbane Festival, writer and performer Talya Rubin chatted with Canada Down Under about how this eclectic and visually intricate work shares an important environmental message from a new perspective.
As Jamil Jivani prepares to present his debut book “Why Young Men: Rage, Race and the Crisis of Identity” at the 2019 Brisbane Writer’s Festival, Canada Down Under sat down with this Canadian lawyer, activist and author to learn more about his motivation to share his story with the world.
After wowing audiences across North America and the UK, Canadian smash-hit musical Come From Away has landed in Melbourne to rave reviews. Canada Down Under spoke to some of the people who inspired the roles seen on stage.
Canadian director Slater Jewell-Kemker and her mother and film producer Wendy Kemker chatted with Canada Down Under about how their film Youth Unstoppable continues to serve as an inspiration and “living documentary” for global youth.