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Tapestry is a show on exploring what it means to be human. Hosted by Mary Hynes
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"The game has actually been a central element of Indigenous cultures, identities and world views, in North America for centuries." - 's on the power of
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CBC Radio Tapestry Feb 16
historian on the power of lacrosse, a.k.a. the Creator's Game. Listen to the full interview:
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CBC Radio Tapestry Feb 16
In between watching , learn about a sport with a deep history in North America, not to mention spiritual significance: lacrosse.
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Hans Fiene Feb 12
The Winter Olympics are fun because 85% of the events would kill you if you tried them: Giant slalom - dead Half pipe - dead Ski jumping - dead Curling - fine Luge - dead Skeleton - backwards dead
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Dr Myriam François Feb 2
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HPandtheSacredText Feb 15
Replying to @cbctapestry
YES
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Melissa Gismondi Feb 14
, 17th century Puritan style ❤️
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CBC Radio Tapestry Feb 15
Replying to @hpsacredtext
Shipping Sirius Black and ... er ... me.
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Nadia Bolz-Weber Feb 14
Happy Ash Wednesday. You’re gonna die.
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Allan Downey Feb 14
If you are interested in learning more about what The Creator's Game covers– it is much more than a sport history– here is a short article I wrote for Chronos McGill discussing the connection between lacrosse and Indigenous self-determination.
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Rachel, from grad school Feb 11
Is your child texting about Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car”? ygafc = you’ve got a fast car igaptguooh = I’ve got a plan to get us out of here bwaacs = been working at a convenience store mtsjalbom = managed to save just a little bit of money wwhtdtf = we won’t have to drive too far
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CBC Radio Tapestry Feb 13
Wish I had better news. There's treasure in those old episodes....
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Law Feb 12
I really, really hope is covering Black Panther. Looking at you .
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CBC Radio Tapestry Feb 12
You have your ticket yet, ? Going Sunday. SIX MORE SLEEPS.
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CBC Radio Tapestry Feb 12
Replying to @H2OWise @cbctapestry
Hi . James Hollis, I think? ("Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life: How to Finally, Really Grow Up.") Sadly, episodes from 2011 are no longer available.
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CBC Radio Tapestry Feb 12
Replying to @HawksleyWorkman
For the love of God ... make it stop.
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Julian Baggini Feb 12
A “new” Wittgenstein aphorism. “If you grapple with every donkey you easily become one yourself.” Found in the marginalia of lot 27 in Rudi Thoemmes Rare Books latest catalogue. (Thanks to Philip de Bary)
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CBC Radio Tapestry Feb 12
Replying to @kevinarts
Thanks Kevin!
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CBC Radio Tapestry Feb 10
"I think we just happened to be the crazy people who are into both AI and natural language processing kinda stuff but also really into astrology." - Banu Guler from Co-Star App.
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CBC Radio Tapestry Feb 9
"Few, if any, athletes set out to dope. They set out to be competitive, to be the best they can... in order to be competitive at that level, I will have to dope like everyone else." - Thomas Murray on the ethics of doping.
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