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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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On today's show: We hear from a landowner near the site of the proposed Grassy Mountain Coal mine, which is now dead in the water; We speak with a parks ecologist about how wardens in K Country keep bears and motorists apart; and we hear how people feel about getting busy as Alberta opens up and personal calendars start to fill up a bit more.…
Bestselling author Jason Reynolds discusses his novel Long Way Down, his entry into the world of literature and why he wants to write books that relate to young readers. Composer Tania León talks about her Pulitzer Prize-winning orchestral piece, Stride — one of 19 pieces composed by women to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. W…
We get sun safety tips from Dr. Daniel Radin a dermatologist from Tecumseh, near Windsor; Earlier this week Minister of Seniors Deb Schulte announced that they would launch consultations on the term elder abuse. Establishing criteria will help the government design programs and policies to protect seniors.We have reaction from Samir Sinha the Direc…
How a late-night visit to the ER led to the creation of a new app that allows people to report experiences of racism in healthcare. Brothers and app founders, Dr. Kamea Lafontaine and Dr. Alika Lafontaine tell the story.
A fisheries ecologist at Dalhousie University is looking at the potential of fish to help solve world malnutrition.
Reporter, Carolyn Ray, brings us an update on the story of 14 year-old Matthew Gordon who has been collecting used clothing for men for five years in memory of his Dad. We hear about hot schools and buses on PEI. And on the phone-in: Dr. Christine Chambers speaks about children's health.
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BCSTA president Stephanie Higginson discusses the BC government's plans to fully reopen schools for in-person learning on September 7. Hilary Atleo of Iron Dog Books gives her recommendations for your summer reading list.
What do your summer travel plans look like? Will borders be open? Is it safe and sensible to travel abroad right now?
The At Issue panel discusses the recent political turmoil facing Green Party leader Annamie Paul and why she's blaming the prime minister. Can she unite her party moving forward? Plus, the panellists unpack the politics behind a Bloc Québécois motion to recognize Quebec as a nation. Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne and Althia Raj.…
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Recorded at Hecklers Bar and Grill pre-COVID, Ali presents comedians Chelsea Lou, who takes us on a very special journey across space and time, and Shane Priestly who gives us tips on how to connect with your ailing grandpa!
This show was inspired by a caller whose first thought after the attack on a London Muslim family was of her relative who joined hate group. Our guests help people leave those groups. They include David O'Brien of Yorktown Family Services; Dr. Barbara Perry, Director of the Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism at OTU; and Life After Hate case manager…
This week, the best new and notable (and all-Canadian!) podcasts to kick off your summer. Featuring: Life Jolt, Do You Know Mordechai?, Inappropriate Questions, PLUS interviews with two of this week's featured hosts.
We hear archival conversations about centralization with the late Joseph Sylliboy, Margaret Johnson and Caroline Gould, recorded by Professor Trudy Sable. She's been working with the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre to make material such as this available online.
Colin Furness is an infection control epidemiologist and assistant professor at the University of Toronto.
Salmon poaching charges against a high profile surgeon from Corner Brook are dropped after a problem with identification witnesses. Here & Now's Anthony Germain joins us to talk about the trial of Dr. Justin French. An arctic air defence exercise named Amalgam Dart is being conducted by NORAD at 5 Wing Goose Bay. We speak with Lieutenant-Colonel Gu…
Rev. Mother Phyllis Marsh-Jarvis passed away last week at age 73. She was the rector of St. Philip's African Orthodox Church in Whitney Pier. In September of 2016, we profiled Phyllis Marsh in our series "The Breakfast Biographies"... we have an excerpt of that conversation.
New Brunswick is welcoming back the rest of Canada. We check in with the Fredericton chamber of commerce and the provincial tourism association about entering phase 2 of the province's reopening plan.
King's Point was once known as "the green spot of Green Bay" for its farming, and a teenager is trying to bring back that former glory. 14yo Kasey Budgell grows fruits and vegetables and has received help from the Food Producers Forum initiative to bring an earth-sheltered greenhouse to the town.
(Starts at 1:02 mark) NL's Department of Health and Community Services says it works with its regional health authorities to prevent couples entering long-term care from being separated, (3:00) PAL Airlines is stepping up to serve many of the air routes that Air Canada abandoned during the pandemic, (10:19) Covid-19 sets provinces back in their que…
Gavin Crawford and producer Phil Leung review other people's reviews.
Tasty frozen treats will get us through this, right?
Giving up shifts, job offers, and maybe biking to Burlington -- while waiting for a Driving Test; two elementary school students excited about the Raptors 905 summer reading program.
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Semezdin Mehmedinovic talks to Eleanor Wachtel about how a near fatal heart attack inspired his newest novel, My Heart, and how surviving the Bosnian War inspired his celebrated book, Sarajevo Blues.
Canadians are mourning the loss of four members of a Muslim family after they were struck and killed in an attack on June 6 that police say was "premeditated" and motivated by hate. Our question this week: What are your thoughts about the London attack? Why is anti-Muslim hate happening in Canada?
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…
Michelle Good on Five Little Indians, Souvankham Thammavongsa on How to Pronounce Knife and Mark Carney takes our Proust questionnaire, and more.
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.
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…
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?
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-…
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.…