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On this week's show: Liberal, Conservative and NDP MPs discuss how politicians should work to confront Islamophobia in Canada. Independent senator and G7 veteran Peter Boehm takes a wide view of this weekend's summit. And CBC's Murray Brewster reports on what's topping the agenda in Cornwall. Plus — a debate over Ontario's use of the notwithstandin…
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Post-pandemic, design critic Alexandra Lange says we would all benefit from city-wide, street-based events. And it might be worth asking what the kids would want. Meanwhile researcher Adam Mastroianni has found that conversations tend to last a length of time that makes no one happy.
After Victoria city council votes to postpone and rethink its planned Canada Day event, Huu-ay-aht councillor John Jack and Coalition Against Bigotry chair Imtiaz Popat discuss ways to rethink Canada Day in light of ongoing discussions of racism, colonialism and reconciliation. Master gardener Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.…
On today's show: second dose appointments for COVID-19 vaccines are being moved up in Alberta. We get an update on the rollout; we talk to two Calgarians who've managed to peel themselves off their couches to go to the movies; for the next in our Innovators series, we hear from a plant-based protein company with big plans to change the alternative …
Gardening expert Jim Hole joins us to take your calls and questions.
Dr. Brian Goldman talks to Karen Townsend, a lawyer and mom from London Ontario who says that her cancer would have been found earlier if she had been able to see her doctor in person, but because of COVID, she was only allowed a virtual visit. Dr. Tony Eskander, a surgical oncologist in Toronto he’s seeing many patients with cancers of the head an…
Visiting Venus — NASA announces 2 new missions to Earth's evil twin; Your brain replays new skills at super-speed when you take breaks during learning; Wrens synchronize their brains in order to sing spectacular duets; New study shows puppies are born wired to understand and communicate with humans; Meet the Canadian scientist who paved the way for…
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Alice Moran, Coko Galore and Andrew Phung get quizzed by host Gavin Crawford
Former Dean of Law at Western University and author Philip Slayton joins us for a debate about democracy, third party attack ads, and who should ultimately decide: elected politicians or judges?
What happens when links stop working in the age of the web? Are we in danger of losing important historical material? And YouTube has all but a monopoly on online video. What does this mean for content creators and people who view their work in an age of monetization and NFTs?
Looking forward to a road trip? Jim Byers of canadiantravelnews.ca shares his recommendations and experiences; Lorraine Weinrib, a professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto explains the implications of the Ford government's decision to invoke the notwithstanding clause for the first time in the province's history; We catch up wit…
Leena from Sudbury put in a good show for this week's Morning North Mystery Game. Only one question had her stumped. Have a listen and find out how many questions you could have answered correctly...
Community leader Wael Haddara says Canadian politicians leverage anti-Muslim sentiments to their advantage; the anatomy of an office apple abandoned for 14 months during the pandemic; B.C.'s Sea to Sky gondola reopens amid a lingering mystery over who cut the cables; film critic Jose Solis says the women are the real stars of In The Heights; small-…
Lukas Nelson tells us about his band's new album, A Few Stars Apart, and shares how the record was inspired by time spent with his family (including his father, Willie Nelson) during the pandemic. Two of the artists leading this year's International Indigenous Music Summit, ShoShona Kish and Amanda Rheaume, discuss the summit's goals, as well as th…
Political watchers, Katie Davey and J.P. Lewis talk about the fallout after the floor crossing in the House of Commons.
Yesterday the province announced an inquiry into the treatment, experiences, and outcomes of Innu in the Child Protection System. We hear from Premier Andrew Furey, Innu Nation Grand Chief Etienne Rich, Innu Nation Deputy Grand Chief Mary Ann Nui, and Chief Commissioner of the Inquiry Jim Igloliorte from the press conference yesterday announcing th…
Not all Islamophobia in this country comes from extremists. We talk to researcher Jasmin Zine who says it's everywhere in Canada, and why politicians haven't done enough to stop it.
Dr. Austin Zygmunt, one of Nova Scotia's regional medical officers of health, spoke with guest host Preston Mulligan as investigations into a suspected blue-green algae bloom in Grand Lake continue.
Fredericton's newest Liberal MP Jenica Atwin explains her decision to leave the federal Green Party. We also hear reaction from the Green party leader, Annamie Paul.
J.P. Lewis is an associate professor of political science at UNB Saint John.
Wayne Edgar in West Earltown, NS tells us about his certified organic blueberry crop that was coated in frost this morning, we hear from Chief Roddy Gould Junior on PEI who speaks at a vigil for the survivors of residential school and on the phone-in: gardening tips with Marjorie Willson
(Starts at 0:59) School principal in London, ON, who's from Corner Brook, says the deadly attack on a Muslim family has left her shaken, (8:48) Memorial University is breathing fresh air into its policy regarding smoking on campus and asking for your input, (15:39), a nursery owner explains why the selection of certain soil types may be a little sl…
In today’s University and College Report, Columbia Basin College’s Jay Frank sits down with music instructor Bruce Walker Jr., who has just been named the music educator of the year by the Washington Music Educators Association. Bruce is also in demand nationally as an expert in conducting large student string orchestras in an online environment.…
From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Ian Sirota stresses that honesty has no place in child rearing and...move over Ancestry.ca - Lori Gibbs learned everything she needed to know about her heritage from a Mexican concierge.
The At Issue panel discusses the political response to last Sunday's attack in London, Ontario, and whether this has changed the conversation around Islamophobia. Plus, Jenica Atwins crosses the floor from the Greens to the Liberals. And, the panellists unpack Premier Ford's use of the notwithstanding clause. Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, A…
This week on the show, we're playing podcasts about crime that don't fit the "True Crime" stereotype. Featured podcasts: Tenfold More Wicked, Unascertained, Brainwashed, Stuff The British Stole, Badlands.
The Acadian Federation is launching legal action arguing that Cheticamp is an exceptional region that deserves special treatment in the legislature - with its own provincial electoral district and MLA. Kenneth Deveau is the President of the Acadian Federation of NS.
(Starts at 1:00 mark) Students at St. Paul's Intermediate in Gander were home from school Wednesday and today as a precaution due to possible COVID-19 exposure. A regional health official gives an update. (11:55) A forager tells us how she turns dandelions into jelly, honey, and even fritters, (20:29) the possibility of a fall federal election seem…
Who needs grocery stores when we have the great outdoors? It's Jane vs the wild buffet.
Trying to comprehend the loss in London. Ismaila talks with the Interim Imam at London Muslim Mosque, the Chief of London Police Services, a family friend, and poet Wali Shah.
Join Josh, Jeremy, and Sheridan this week for a look at a week in the goings on of the church. There’s also details of the new song that is coming from the Creative Ministries team, Jeremy’s joke, QMM report and we’ll catch up with Luke in lockdown.저자 Cairns Baptist Church Media Team
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For most women, the birth of a child is the most memorable and emotional moment of their lives. However, that isn't always the case and for some women, the aftermath of giving birth is post-partum depression. For women affected by this, it can be frustrating because they may not realize what's happening to them and the medical profession isn't alwa…
Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation announced last week that preliminary findings from a survey conducted by a specialist in ground-penetrating radar indicated the remains of around 215 children could be buried near a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C. For Indigenous peoples living in Canada and residential school survivors, it's a painful…
As part of Montreal's celebrations to honour the life of Leonard Cohen in 2017, Eleanor spoke to Sylvie Simmons about her biography I'm Your Man: The Life of Leonard Cohen. Cohen's posthumous album, Thanks for the Dance, is nominated for a 2021 Juno Award.