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The National's Rosemary Barton tackles the week's big political stories with Canada's leading political journalists, including Chantal Hébert and Andrew Coyne. A podcast that helps you understand the why behind the moves and decisions of your elected officials.
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Tapestry is your guide through the messy business of being human. You’ll hear surprising conversations and rediscover your connection to something larger than yourself. Tapestry: your time to pause and go deep.
If a joke's worth telling, it's worth repeating. Comedy Factory host Jane Testar collects our favourite skits, commentaries and funny bits that appeared on CBC Radio over the past week. It's an assembly line of humour, safety-tested and priced to move!
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The House is Canada's most popular political affairs show. Every Saturday host Chris Hall takes you to Parliament Hill — and around the country — for in-depth coverage and analysis of the week’s major political news.
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Job action looms in B.C. as negotiations between the British Columbia General Employees' Union and the province's Public Service Agency break down. We'll talk to BCGEU president Stephanie Smith about what 33,000 public sector employees are asking for. In our second half, how do you feel about a four-day work week? A Victoria law firm is among many …
On today's show: two city councillors have just been sanctioned by their colleagues for violating council's code of conduct. CBC Calgary city hall reporter Scott Dippel brings us up to speed; a new vaccination campaign is now underway in Alberta and no, it isn't related to COVID-19. The U of C's infectious diseases expert Craig Jenne joins us to ta…
Cowboy and adventurer Filipe Masetti Leite joins us to share stories from his epic journeys and take your calls.
"Hopefully a ripple rather than a wave... to run 7, 8 weeks": Covid's 7th wave is here; "A lot of really big feelings" -- one step closer to $20 billion compensation for Indigenous child welfare victims.
Country music icon Dolly Parton shares the stories behind the songs she wrote in her childhood on up to huge hits like Jolene, I Will Always Love You and Coat of Many Colors. Freelance music journalist A. Harmony unpacks what R. Kelly's 30-year prison sentence means for his legacy, his victims and the music industry at large. Singer-songwriter Fant…
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US police left me at the border without a coat in the winter. Even with a pardon, border guards can turn you away. Lawyer and Cannabis Amnesty Executive Director Annamaria Enenajor says Bill C-5 doesn't go far enough. She wants to simple drug possession charges expunged.
A summer blockbuster that chronicles the childhood of a wannabe supervillain is out now. "Minions: the Rise of Gru" has Alan Arkin playing the role of "Wild Knuckles" all of whose lines, were recorded in at Lakewind Sound Studios.
We hear about a Moncton man's ongoing recovery from a traumatic brain injury, and how it feels to be able to ride a bicycle again for the first time in ten years. LJ Whittington tells his story.
Kevin Bacon is a VIP in Amherst, NS. A Very Important Pig, that is. We talk with his owner Carrie Rhindress-Frenette about the pig who now needs a wheelchair. And on the phone-in: veterinarian Dr. Jeff Goodall takes your questions about keeping your pets healthy in the summer.
What makes a great beach? Khalil Akhtar talks to Chris and Jan about one of the best parts of summer in the Maritimes.
In May of 1972, queer people in Halifax were organizing. A month later, the Gay Alliance for Equality was established. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with the group's first chairperson, Tom Burns, about what it was like to be gay - and to feel invisible - half a century ago.
The federal government is taking the historic step of apologising for the racism experienced by the members of the No. 2 Construction Battalion. Russell Grosse will be there. He's the executive director of the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia.
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Something very special is happening in Flat Bay today. For the first time since the pandemic, the community is building a Sweat Lodge - the site of one of the most sacred ceremonies in Mi'kmaw culture. There are special preparations, prayers and offerings before it can be used at this weekend's Bay St. George Powwow. CBC's Cherie Wheeler was in Fla…
You are DEFINITELY labouring under false pretenses. Host Jane Testar tries to convince you to give up your lawncare routine in favour of your sanity.
A University of Guelph study suggests farmers are struggling with mental health stressors due to COVID and other reasons. An Ontario farmer and psychotherapist relayed what she is seeing at the ground level.Hospitals across the region are making drastic decisions to either shut down or close Emergency Room Departments. We spoke to a couple of local…
Saint John Police are trying to shift the paradigm on how they address social issues. They're looking for volunteers to help with the Chief's Community Action Group. Khalil Akhtar spoke with Julie Dingwell, executive director of Avenue B Harm Reduction in Saint John, and a member of the Saint John Police Chief's Community Action Group.…
A rapidly spreading virus is ravaging bee colonies around the world. What, if any plans, does the province have to protect Newfoundland & Labrador honey bees if varroa arrives here? (Anthony Germain with beekeeper Peter Armitage)
30 years on, we'll hear from some of the people whose lives were upended with the announcement of the cod moratorium; SEA-NL's Ryan Cleary says some seafood processors may be pressuring harvesters to accept a lower price for crab.
In Idaho, one January night in 1961, a small nuclear reactor known simply as the SL-1 exploded. It was part of an experiment run by the U.S. Army at a research facility near Idaho Falls. The blast was deadly, killing all three of the operators on site, making it the world's first fatal nuclear reactor accident. To this day, it remains the deadliest…
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It's official — the great Canadian road trip season has begun! It's time to pack your bags, wrap some sandwiches, load your phone with some of your favourite Tragically Hip or Justin Bieber jams, and head out on to the Trans-Canada Highway to make your way to your favourite Canadian destination. But Canada is a big country, and there are a lot of p…
Cree artist Kent Monkman is known for his provocative challenges to the representation of Indigenous peoples in Western Art, which often feature his two-spirit artistic persona, Miss Chief. Monkman's work is widely exhibited in Canada and internationally, including at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Smithsonian's National Museum of th…
The sovereign citizen movement's connections to the Freedom Convoy; veteran couponers offer tips and tutorials on social media; the Growlers Choir rides a goth-metal vocal mashup to victory on America's Got Talent; how the war in Ukraine threatens global food systems; and more.
On this week’s show: U.S. Ambassador David Cohen kicks off a special episode on the Canada-U.S. relationship. Canadian senator Peter Boehm and the governor of New Jersey, Phil Murphy, discuss the state of democracy in both countries. Plus — Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland gives her take on the bilateral relationship and NORAD commander Gen.…
Most people have a sense of what a home is: shelter, family, a place to eat, sleep and call your own. But as climate change, pandemics and other crises sweep the planet, "home," at least in our Canadian context, will likely look a lot different in the future. And we don't mean next year, or even next decade, but in 2050.…
The governing Saskatchewan Party is embarking on a summer tour to talk about provincial autonomy while the Opposition in Saskatchewan have a new leader. We ask our political panel about both.
The Kilala Lelum health cooperative in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside merges Western medicine with cultural practices to help hard-to-reach patients. It also uses an innovative mobile clinic that offers everything from wound care to prescriptions for treating opioid drug addiction.
Thomas Calnan coaches you through the loss of a "pet"....and Heidi Foss had a few too many at the holiday party again. Recorded at the 905 Comedy Festival in 2019
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