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Cross Country Checkup is Canada's only weekly national open-line radio program. It is broadcast live across Canada every Sunday afternoon on CBC Radio One and SiriusXM, and streamed live on the Internet. Each week Canadians from coast to coast join in a lively discussion on an issue of national interest that affects their daily lives. Toll-free number (during the broadcast only): 1-888-416-8333
 
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Decimation of flight traffic expected to cause dozens of air navigation layoffs in Gander, electric vehicle webinar lets you consider pulling the plug on filling the tank, editor's grammar tips may help keep spelling and grammatical errors off handmade signs and mugs, and a popular chef serves up his FIFTH Rock Recipes cookbook.…
 
It's our monthly round up of new releases. We’ve got stories about one immigrant’s epic journey to Canada, a hip-hop conspiracy, a royal wedding the whole family can enjoy, and more. Whether you’re craving something serious or soothing, there’s plenty to cozy up with. Featuring: 1. The Messenger 2. Louder Than A Riot 3. The Hopeful 4. Enthusiast! 5…
 
Ryan Imgrund is a high school teacher and a biostatistician who works with a number of public health units.He talks about the value of asymptomatic testing in our schools; Travel writer and consultant, Barry Choi offers his analysis of the federal funding extended to travel and tourism-related industries; McMaster University political scientist Adr…
 
On today's show: we speak with the medical director at Foothills hospital about the pressures facing hospitals in Alberta as more and more COVID-19 patients are admitted; how Calgary bylaw officers are helping enforce health restrictions; a devastating house fire hasn't dashed the spirits of a hard working bus driver in rural Alberta. We speak with…
 
All week on q (Nov. 30 to Dec. 4), we're exploring the many ways that artists deal with, and draw from, mental health issues in a series called Sound Mind: Mental Health and the Arts. Rupi Kaur discusses her new poetry collection Home Body, and shares how sudden fame impacted her mental health. Meichi Ng talks about her new book Barely Functional A…
 
On today's show, layoffs are coming to Woodward Group of Companies as the company hires foreign crews for its boats. We hear from the company and the union. Health Accord NL wants to hear from you. A task force is holding public engagement sessions for Labrador, and they want to know your ideas on how to make this province a healthier place. Like e…
 
The At Issue panel looks at the political messaging within the Liberal government’s first federal economic update since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus, what it could mean for the spring budget and a federal election. Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne and Althia Raj for a special Monday edition of the podcast.…
 
Actor Mena Massoud on his debut cookbook Evolving Vegan, Claire Tansey on her cookbook Dinner, Uncomplicated, Yolanda T. Marshall on her picture book My Soca Birthday Party, Jillian Tamaki on her picture book Our Little Kitchen and columnist Antanas Sileika shares two books that explore the science of food.…
 
Indigenous Canadians are avoiding going to the doctor or seeking care in hospitals, says the president of The Indigenous Physicians Association. The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact, but there's also another potentially deadly factor: racism. "People are fearing that they will be treated in a racist manner, or not receive the standard of care th…
 
On this week’s special: The House explores Ottawa’s relationship to Canada’s three territories and their path toward province-like powers. Learn how federal funding could help one First Nation in the Northwest Territories ease its housing shortage and hear the former Iqaluit mayor discuss Nunavut’s connectivity struggles. Plus, Chief Dana Tizya-Tra…
 
What doctors wish they were hearing from politicians on COVID-19, why The Queen's Gambit is the best sports show ever, Waubgeshig Rice remembers Indigenous hockey icon Fred Sasakamoose, The Grand Ole Opry turns 95, Linda Thomas-Greenfield is Joe Biden's pick for U.S. ambassador to the UN, and more.
 
Could quick COVID ‘antigen’ tests break the back of the pandemic?;This gorgeous African rat combs poison into its fur to deter predators; Neuroscience suggests that yes, when you see purple, it's the same purple I see; The world's major climate zones - polar, temperate and tropical - are transforming as we watch; Why are the hottest temperatures me…
 
This week, we meet a grieving mother in Sudbury, we hear about plans for a safe place for drug users, a ride on the Yo Mobile in Timmins, remember a man shot and killed on Manitoulin Island, the founder of the Northern Ontario Heritage Party dies, and Mike Ranta of Killarney talks about why he wants to build the world's largest canoe paddle.…
 
“It’s something you normally keep to yourself and don’t really tell anyone.” Alex has noticed there’s stigma around mental health and neurodiversity. She’s heard how some people hide their anxiety, ADHD and Dyslexia. When she receives some results of her own, she’s able to put her fears aside and connect more deeply with her friends when she discov…
 
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