Our public-opinion correspondent (and experienced trapper) had relayed live interviews with random participants from the streets of Amsterdam into the broadcast space.
Everyone was welcome to spend some time at our very own Polish-Canadian Cultural Centre. There were workshops, a film-screening, and an evening of performances.
Wednesday 5 March
from 16:00 Media Studies Workshop
Practical approaches to using media against cold and isolation. You could discover the many joys of producing Newspaper-Logs whilst listening to our broadcast of lectures, discussions, and music.
Jesse Birch: fellow Canuk and curatorial intern at de Appel, dropped in to share some favourite sound files, tell some stories, and have some fun.
Thursday 6 March
from 16:00 Shanty-Boy Workshop
During this workshop you were taught how to stay warm by chopping wood and appreciating whiskey. Moreover everyone learned the finer points swearing up a storm in Canadian English and Québecois Jouale-French.
20:00 Behold, The Metric System
A 16mm film screening dedicated to the weights & measures confusion of 1970s Canada.
Friday 7 March
Perogies for Everyone Party
From 20:30 'till late
Multiple birthdays and Kristina Petrasova's fine (decidedly Canadian) cuisine.
Saturday 8 March
From 16:00 Broadcasting dedicated to International Women's Day.
From 20:30 Advanced Drinking Games Workshop
Food, games, and liquor. You were able to test your skill and luck while learning all about the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, alternative uses for money, and our unique Parliamentary structures for authority.
Sunday 9 March
16:00-20:00 Pancakes and Maple Syrup
As we wrapped up our broadcast, everyone was welcome to help us draw some conclusions about the state of Canadian National Identity in the world today over a tasty brunch.