• A woman cheering and holding a Canada 150 sign.
  • A crowd creating a giant red maple leaf, pictured from above.
  • CBC/Radio-Canada's 2017 booth at MosaiCanada in Gatineau, QC.
  • Children pictured holding a Canada 150 frame.
  • The What's Your Story – A Canada 2017 Yearbook.
  • Young fans meeting Scout the mouse (Scout and the Gumboot Kids on CBC Kids).
  • People coming together under a CBC tent.
  • Three CBC fans wearing CBC accessories in Saskatoon.
  • A crowd attending an outdoor concert in Toronto on Canada Day.
  • A baby wearing a CBC Canada 150 red scarf.
  • CBC ambassadors under the CBC tent on Canada Day 2017 in Vancouver.
  • Kids at the CBC/Radio-Canada PyeongChang 2018 Olympic viewing station in Ottawa.

What a milestone year it’s been for us all. We are proud of the rich, dynamic and multiplatform content that we shared with Canadians, and especially for Canada’s 150th anniversary and the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics.

This year’s report reflects our commitment to the deep engagement we’ve shared with Canadians across the country through our programming, our partnerships with creators and innovators, and our deep roots in local communities.

This report is available to explore either via our web platform, or simply by downloading the PDF version. We invite you to explore its content and, we hope, learn more about the role of your public broadcaster in celebrating Canadian culture.


From our roots in local communities to our vision for the future, find out more about Canada’s public broadcaster.