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Separated by the Atlantic ocean, two friends spice up their social distance-mandated calls by discussing life’s greatest issues, like "would you rather wrestle a bear or an alligator?", "would you rather taste things through your elbows or your ears?" and other pressing questions. However, the biggest the question of all is, will their banter make it across the pond? Have a listen to find out, gain greater perspective with two more humans you didn’t know you shared this planet with, and mayb ...
 
Bienvenue à Montréal, capitale francophone du jeu vidéo et de l'hiver sans fin ! Grégory, Odile et Patrick vous invitent à déguster une poutine ainsi qu'une conversation intimiste avec une personnalité de la scène locale. Anecdotes, inspiration et trucs du métier sont au menu ! Publié le dernier mercredi de chaque mois
 
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Episode 180 - On September 22, 2015, in Renfrew County, Ontario, 66-year-old Carol Culleton was murdered in her home by her one-time handyman. The man, who’d become obsessed with the recent widow before killing her, then stole Culleton’s car and drove to the home of an ex-girlfriend, Anastasia Kuzyk, 36, and shot Anastasia there with a shotgun as h…
 
There are so many cat puns that we could be including in this episode's title, be thankful we only went with those ones! Now, the episode description, however........... We're paws-itive that this may purrhaps be our most amewsing episode yet, with ceiling cats, the healing benefits of purring and supercatural happenings! Also a lot of gushing abou…
 
Episode 179 - On April 19, 2018, in the village of Victoria Gracia, a community close to Pucallpa in Peru’s central Amazon region of Ucayali, a man got off his motorcycle. He walked toward the home of Olivia Arevalo Lomas, an 81-year-old shaman and respected elder in her community. The man was irate over a debt owed to him by the woman’s son. After…
 
Episode 178: On the evening of January 29, 2017, a young man, armed with a pistol and a rifle concealed inside a guitar case, entered the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec City, a mosque in the Sainte-Foy neighbourhood of the historic city. Just over 40 people were inside the mosque at the time. Just before 8:00 pm, the man entered the prayer hall …
 
Did you know that tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world, behind water? If you didn't, you might've guessed that from the way WE talk about how much of it we drink! We've brewed up quite the episode for you here, being members of that sweet sweet caffeine culture! Wanna have a chat over a nice hot cuppa? Click here and we'll get the …
 
Episode 177: On July 3, 1979, a pair of typical Montreal teenagers, Chantal Dupont, 15 and her friend, Maurice Marcil, 14, went missing as they walked home from a concert. Their loved ones had no idea what had happened to them. A week later they heard the news they dreaded. The bodies of Chantal and Maurice were discovered in different spots along …
 
We had an episode about video games before, but now we're going back to where they all began... the 'retro', pre-internet era of board games! Board games, card games, any tabletop venture, we talk about them in this episode and indeed - if you don't add custom house rules to your Uno games... we're gonna need to have a conversation. You could help …
 
Episode 176: On the night of November 13, 1974, In the sleepy community of Amityville on the coast of Long Island, New York, a 23-year-old man named Ronald (Butch) DeFeo Jr. came running into a local bar. He was distraught and claiming his whole family, his mother and father and 4 siblings, had been murdered in their home, a large Dutch Colonial ho…
 
Nothing like the great outdoors to really put your life into perspective, eh? Camping and hiking remain time-honoured classic activities to do in summer, as well as year-round (weather permitting, of course)... too bad the hosts of this podcast are just a pair of CITY SLICKERS who are wholly unprepared for roughing it! What will they encounter in t…
 
Episode 175: Like any other region, Canada has its share of stories of fantastical creatures that may or may not exist. Dark Poutine has covered a few of them. In episode 25 we learned of Swift Runner, believed to be possessed by the cannibalistic spirit known as Wendigo, we talked about, Ogopogo, the giant serpent in Okanagan Lake in episode 113 a…
 
After that intro to summer, ice cream is of course the next logical step into maximum summertime gladness! To be fair, it's not just a treat to be enjoyed when it's hot out, it's a way of life! ... Or so you would think, the way we enjoy and talk about it! No time for brain freeze or numb tongues, only time....... for Ice Cream. Want to help us out…
 
Episode 174 - Between 1974 and 1980, a group of three mask-wearing Canadian outlaws named Stephen Reid, Patrick (Paddy) Mitchell, and Lionel Wright, in well-planned, precisely timed and carefully executed heists, robbed at least 140 banks and armoured cars in Canada and the United States making off with a total of more than $15 million in cash, gol…
 
Whooo! The temperature's rising, and so too are the stakes for some of our questions! It's hot out there, folks... kick back with a nice cool drink, maybe a slice or two of watermelon (and boy do we have opinions on watermelon, and they're all great ones) and chill with us! Click here to see how to help us stay cool for the summer! [New intro music…
 
Episode 173 - On July 6, 2013, in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, an unattended 73-car freight train carrying crude oil rolled down a grade and derailed downtown, multiple tank cars exploded, resulting in a massive fire. More than 30 buildings in the town's core were destroyed, and, sadly, forty-seven people lost their lives. Sources: [Ville Lac-Mégantic - U…
 
Happy Pride Month, potatoes! To celebrate, we're dipping our toes in the incredibly vast and deep waters of MAGIC, a huge topic that we can really only dip toes into! Magical or mundane, we've all got magic in our fingertips.... What sort of potential does it have in our constantly washed, imaginative little hands, though? Wanna cast the spell of '…
 
Episode 172 - To curtail social ills like alcoholism, family violence, and other unsavoury behaviours, religious and puritanical proponents of the Temperance Movement demonized alcohol throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries. After numerous U.S. states had become ‘dry’ outlawing the production and sale of alcohol in the years prior, in 1919, t…
 
Cake by the ocean? Nah, that's just a shark coming by to say hi, and remember that it's far more afraid of us than we should be of it! Sure, they can be scary but they're a necessary and vital part of our oceans. Of course, we're still going to entertain the idea of just how jawesome it would be if we were half shark... but WHICH half? Click here t…
 
Episode 171 - Rosemary Podgis, 56, and her husband Alfred, 58, were found in a Pennsylvania Ravine. They had been fatally shot in their Loch Arbour, New Jersey home over the Fourth of July weekend in 1982. The apparent perpetrators arrested by police 5 days later were two 18-year-olds: Scott Robert Franz, Rosemary’s son from a previous marriage, an…
 
One of the many, MANY things our hosts both agree and agree to disagree on is anime! Good ol' Japanese animation has never led us astray, and has also plied us with many a wacky trope or situation that would make fantastic Would You Rather questions! So of course we took them and ran like we were late for class, with toast in our mouths! Enjoying t…
 
Episode 170 - In November of 1902, a rancher named Issac Belt from Haynes Creek near Red Deer, Alberta, had gone missing. Investigating officers had gone to Belt’s ranch to question a young man calling himself Bert Ellsworth, who was suspected of horse theft, who had been lending a hand there. That young man and Belt were both missing. Police disco…
 
The hills are alive..... with the sound of podcasts~ And music, in the case of this episode's topic! We do love a good tune, and with just about everything else, our two hosts have wildly varying tastes and opinions on them! Wanna help us out? Just give us a click here to see how else you can put a song in our hearts! [New intro music by Twisterium…
 
Episode 169: On the evening of Christmas Day in 2017, upon gaining access to an Oak Bay, British Columbia apartment, police discovered a bloody crime scene. In the suite were the bodies of six-year-old Chloe Berry and her four-year-old sister, Aubrey Berry. They had been murdered in their beds. First responders also discovered Andrew Berry, Chloe a…
 
INITIATE: SEASON 3 STARTUP.EXE! We smash back onto the scene with the premiere of Season 3, talking about robots! New questions, newer tech and robots, we talk about 'em all... and what's this? A brand new segment on the show? Tune your sensors in and get a heaping helping of (computer) chips, this is one shiny digital episode you won't want to mis…
 
Episode 168 - On the evening of July 28, 2010, Nadine Anne Taylor, a 29-year-old woman in Halifax, Nova Scotia, left the Convoy Avenue apartment in Fairview she shared with her boyfriend, Gene. Nadine, who did not have a telephone, told Gene she needed to make a call, left her home and walked a nearby payphone to make a call. She was never seen ali…
 
Episode 167: On July 13, 1994, just after 2:00 am, police responded to a 911 call from Sebastian Burns, 18. Sebastian and his friend, Atif Rafay, also 18, claimed they had discovered ‘some kind of break in’ and multiple deaths at Atif’s family home in Bellevue, Washington. A bloody crime scene awaited the first responders. All three of the victims,…
 
End of the season, folks! And with that we bring you a very special episode, it's Issue #00: The Origin Story of how Sareena and Melissa met, became friends, and - gasp! Almost started an international dispute by merely asking an innocent (albeit utterly ridiculous) question about European currency! This is one season finale you won't want to miss!…
 
In the early morning hours of November 17, 2001, officers from the Vancouver Police were dispatched to the Second Beach area of Stanley Park. Several callers to 911 indicated that there had been some kind of altercation and a group of man had badly beaten another man. Two VPD constables arrived at the Second Beach parking lot within minutes of bein…
 
The library is OPEN and we love to read! Okay, so maybe our love of recreational reading has been... damaged by academic pursuits, but we do love books in other forms! We talk books, reading, writing, and antigravity! Like what we do? Toss us some support in the form of a click this-a-way! https://linktr.ee/CurriedChipsandPoutine [Intro and outro c…
 
Sareena and Melissa had a farm, E-I-E-I-O.... not quite! We may not exactly be cut out for the farm life, but we sure as heck appreciate farm animals, fuzzy and potentially ferocious though they may be! Wanna toss a virtual (or real) tip into our virtual hats? Click here! https://linktr.ee/CurriedChipsandPoutine [Intro and outro courtesy of pixabay…
 
This episode really takes the cake for bad puns in the title.... we say that now, but hey, we're up for that challenge...! Enjoy the layers and layers of delicious baked goodness that is this episode! Want to support us? Cover us in sprinkles with a click here! https://linktr.ee/CurriedChipsandPoutine [Intro and outro courtesy of pixabay.com, sound…
 
WHEEEEEEE! Put your hands in the air!! Who loves a day trip to a theme park? We really, really do! Listening to this episode is just another way to get that joyful rush without the windburn and line-waiting.... Once again, many thanks to Ghost for suggesting this week's topic! Like what we do? Clickity click right here! https://linktr.ee/CurriedChi…
 
We're back, baby! And we're ready to shop till we drop to celebrate our 20th episode! WHOOOO retail therapy is real and thriving, as our questions will no doubt attest to! CELEBRATE WITH US Speaking of shopping (among other things)... give us a click to find out how to support us! https://linktr.ee/CurriedChipsandPoutine [Intro and outro music cour…
 
It’s 2021. It’s been a hell of a year and Dark Poutine is still ticking along. That said, I need a quick break for my sanity and to do some behind the scenes work to freshen up some of the elements the show. Dark Poutine will be returning on April 19, 2021, with the same level of careful research and compassionate, personal story telling with new g…
 
Episode 165: On the afternoon of July 24, 2015, RCMP were called by the residents of 192 Pleasant Grove Road, outside of Charlottetown in Prince Edward Island. They said that the night before there had been a fight between a man, Joel Lawrence Clow, 46, and a woman, Clow’s 40-year-old on an off again girlfriend and mother of one, Traci Lynn Lynch. …
 
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