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From the Icebreakers Comedy Festival, father of twins Keith Pedro offers some questionable parenting tips and from Hecklers Comedy Club, Erica Sigurdson tells us how she LOVES children - but keep them to yourself please.
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Canada's inflation rate has inched up yet again to a new 31-year high of 6.8 per cent. And groceries, in particular, have spiked by 10 per cent over this time last year. We'll talk to Julie Van Rosendaal about how to make your food and budget stretch. And in our second half, it's Family Caregiver Month in B.C. We'll hear about a University of Victo…
On today's show: what to expect from the UCP's leadership review results later today; between politics and hockey, it's time to show your loyalty in this province. We ask our Unconventional Panel what it cares more about, playoff hockey or Jason Kenney's fate; we look at how far we've come, since the last time the Flames and Oilers met in the playo…
Avril Lavigne talks about her new album Love Sux and looks back on 20 years of being a pop punk icon, Ivan Decker & Eman El-Husseini share stories from the road of the Just for Laughs Comedy Night in Canada tour, Raffi talks about reimagining old children's songs that didn't age well for his latest collaborative album and tech and culture writer Al…
QC Coroner: LTC Deaths, TA/GA Cold Case Solved, Airport Pricing Tweeter, UFO Hearing, Ricky Gardiner Obit, Pearl Jam Kid Drummer and more.
Buffalo Poet Laureate Jillian Hanesworth, a regular at the Jefferson Ave. Tops Friendly Market, talks about loss so deep and sudden that she can't even properly grieve it: "So many people... gone".
Investigative journalist Justin Ling explains the origins of replacement theory. McEwan University Prof. Jennifer Long draws a link between the shooting and white racial identity. McMaster University Prof. Ameil Joseph describes his work confronting racism.
North Korea is reported to be on the brink of a Covid-19 catastrophe unless it rolls out vaccines and drug treatments immediately. We speak with international affairs expert Tina Park of Carleton University about the situation; Because of the restrictions caused by COVID-19, thousands of people in the province have been forced to wait for medical t…
BONUS PODCAST: Listen to the one-on-one coaching sessions between Kealey Pringle and AnnMarie Churchill, a social worker in St. John’s. She's helping Kealey take baby steps towards overcoming her COVID fears and rekindling her in-person social life.
There is one more Business Hall of Fame award to be handed out at the ceremony tonight. It will be given to the family of the late Vic AuCoin. Frank Corbett is a long time friend of the late Vic AuCoin, he reflects on his life.
Does the level of previous COVID-19 infection in New Brunswick's population give us any protection? We wade through the changing messages on immunity with Dr. Catherine Hankins of McGill University. She's a professor of public and population health and a member of Canada's COVID 19 immunity task force.…
We speak with Sandra Mullen, the new president of the NSGEU, about how home care workers are finding it especially difficult to cope with the rising cost of fuel. Hear why this is especially concerning given that recruitment and retention in the continuing care sector is a top priority.
Does the level of previous COVID infection in New Brunswick's population give us any protection? Dr. Catherine Hankins, is a member of Canada's COVID Immunity Task Force and helps us wade through the changing messages on COVID immunity.
Economist Barry Watson from U.N.B. is the lead author of a paper called "Are Populists Insecure About Themselves or About Their Country? Political Attitudes and Economic Perceptions." We ask him about a racist conspiracy theory known as "The Great Replacement," which was reportedly espoused by the suspected shooter in Buffalo.…
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We hear from a young woman from this province who was a youth in care, and who just graduating from university (0:00)The province has announced road projects for the next few years, and there are several on the list for Labrador. We speak with MHA Perry Trimper (7:20)How a quick thinking doctor and a regular power drill saved a teenagers life (17:3…
David Brushett, the chair of Solar Nova Scotia, says Nova Scotia Power is causing difficulties due to long delays in waiting for NSP inspectors to approve new solar installations. We hear from Martha Martin, the mother of Chantel Moore at the coroner's inquest into her death. And on the phone-in: Renters' rights.…
NL's Fish Processing Licensing Board has sent a report to the province, outlining details of a possible crab processing license for a recently refurbished plant in St. Mary's. Fisheries Minister Derek Bragg hasn't made a decision on awarding it yet, but Bonavista mayor John Norman says a crab license for St. Mary's could be bad economic news for hi…
Stephanie Allen of the Hogan's Alley Society says Canadians should avoid the urge to think this country is "above" the kind of racist, extremist views that led to a mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., where authorities say a white man targeted Black people specifically.
Can you be in a successful relationship with someone whose political views are different than yours?
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After more than 15 years tied to the wharf, it looks like the Atlantic Pursuit's days in Grand Bank are numbered; the manager of the crab plant in Cartwright on the upcoming season.
This week’s podcast Ps. Jeremy and Josh discuss the upcoming election, unpack more of Sunday’s sermon on the Holy Spirit and keep you up to speed with all the news of CBC.Cairns Baptist Church Media Team
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Kiese Laymon originally conceived of his award-winning memoir Heavy as a weight-loss book, but it turned into something more profound: an intimate account of growing up Black in Jackson, Miss. With fearless honesty and hard-edged humour, Laymon describes a childhood filled with love, but also violence. The memoir confronts his complicated relations…
Kids in the Hall stars Bruce McCulloch and Kevin McDonald answer questions from Cross Country Checkup listeners about their time on the legendary CBC-TV show, the stories behind iconic sketches and the their new revival on Amazon Prime.
Lorna Crozier on The Quiet in Me by Patrick Lane, Judy Lin on A Magic Steeped in Poison and TNC columnist Elisabeth De Mariaffi recommends three books for mystery and thriller readers, and more.
Alexandra Morton is a biologist and an activist. For decades she has studied Orca communication and fought for the health of Wild Salmon on the west coast.
The premier has been jetting around the world this week, pitching Saskatchewan products to an audience in the United Arab Emirates. Meanwhile back at home, there are questions about the government's policing of the legislature, and a new political party may be about to set root. Is this a spring of renewal in the province, or the fallout from a win…
On this week’s show: Latvia’s PM discusses the strength of the NATO alliance in the Baltic states, and host Chris Hall visits a Ukrainian family newly arrived in Ottawa. Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne talks about his recent efforts to bring Canada’s auto industry into the electric era. Plus — Conservative Party members react to thi…
Oyster shell mountains show history of sustainable Indigenous fisheries; Seagrass is hiding a submerged sweet CO2 secret; Saving the Mekong delta in six (not) easy steps; Researchers can read a bird’s brain to tell what it’s about to sing; The first COVID-19 vaccines were a medical miracle – the next ones could be even better.…
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How Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s victory could sideline the search for the billions his father stole; a digital policy expert says it's time to shut down Ottawa's COVID Alert App; Afghan journalist Zahra Joya confronts the Taliban from exile; Zarqa Nawaz on the importance of putting flawed, middle-aged Muslim women on the screen; the original women of st…
This week Morning North is on location at the Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities convention where Markus Schwabe moderates the leaders debate in the Ontario election campaign, we discuss government spending announcements, feature an interview with North Bay Mayor Al Macdonald, play highlights from the candidate debate in New Liskeard, th…
How new technologies are changing the way we think about originality and authorship in art and artifacts.
The At Issue panellists share their takeaways from this week's Conservative leadership debate and what it all means for the race ahead. Plus, the panel discusses whether candidates were able to reach Canadians inside and outside of the party. Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne, Althia Raj and Elamin Abdelmahmoud.…
If video killed the radio star, then podcasts sparked a resurrection of audio storytelling. From the stage to your ears, we're taking a trip to the theatre this week and putting live performance podcasts in the limelight. Even in a pandemic, the show must go on. Social distancing temporarily put a pause on live events, but arts workers used the opp…
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