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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 this week’s show: Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair talks about how Canada can be ready for the next big storm. Three strategists discuss the final days of the Ontario election. Plus — teenagers weigh in on a proposal to lower the voting age to 16, a law professor discusses Trudeau’s next Supreme Court pick and communications expert And…
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Data from B.C.'s Ministry of Health health ministry shows that staffing at most of the province's urgent and primary care clinics are far below approved levels. We investigate the causes and solutions; and in our 2nd half, a new report from Metro Vancouver says park use has reached all-time highs - so what's your favorite B.C. park?…
In the first half of the show, we talk to political columnist Graham Thomson about the ultimatum delivered from Alberta Justice Minister Tyler Shandro to Edmonton Mayor Amarjeet Sohi.In the second half of the program, Joanna Tschudy joins us to answer your gardening questions.
Saskatchewan's premier and members of his government are back travelling internationally, after taking a break during the pandemic. How do those kinds of trips help our province? we'll ask our political panel
On today's show: why the family of a Nunavut woman who died in Calgary wants her removed from the Alberta cemetery where she's buried, and returned north; former Calgary Flame and Stanley Cup champion, Jim Peplinski, joins us for a look at game 5 in the Battle of Alberta; and why it matters how many Canadians play in the Canadian Football League.…
Canada's assisted dying law now includes deaths that are not reasonably foreseeable for people with serious and incurable illnesses or disabilities who aren't dying in the near future. Dr. Stefanie Green, president of the Canadian Association of MAiD Assessors and Providers and Dr. Naheed Dosani, a palliative care physician and health justice activ…
Toronto Raptors and Argos chaplain Herbie Kuhn believes he has an immense duty to the players he supports. And sometimes that means he can’t ask God to intervene, even in the diciest games. Carine Abouseif had to reassess her relationship to exercise over the pandemic, especially as commutes and gym classes were replaced by exercise videos. Carine …
The food on our plate might look —and taste— different thirty years from now, but new approaches promise to equitably and sustainably feed everyone on the planet.
Hearing the doorknob being tried: what it feels like in a classroom under lockdown and how the Toronto District School Board handles lockdown incidents.
This week... we meet some international students in Sudbury caught up in a rental scam, a cautionary tale for would-be home buyers, and a missing plane is found in Lake Superior Provincial Park. We also look back at a massive forest fire from ten years ago called Timmins 9, Finlandia celebrates 40 years, and a 76-year-old woman from North Bay write…
This salamander is an unlikely but agile, aerial amphibian; Headbutting animals can accumulate brain damage; We can use the cables that carry the internet as environmental sensors; Plants that can survive extreme conditions could help us engineer more resilient crops; What we lose as we lose most of the world’s sharks; How do marine mammals surface…
If you're in Bracebridge this weekend, you might want to try taking a walk in THEIR shoes. Why the 7th annual walk to raise awareness about gender-based violence is opting for more inclusive language. Bruce County's Kristen Watt has been named Ontario’s top pharmacist... but she says ALL pharmacists across the province should be recognized for goin…
Why The Onion has published its 'no way to prevent this' satire for the 21st time after an elementary school shooting in Texas; with the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard defamation case streamed — and mocked — on social media, the limits of #MeToo are revealed; Satanic panic in the world of Stranger Things; Uyghurs outside of China scan the leaked mugshots …
Actor Selma Blair discusses her new memoir, her rise to fame in Hollywood, her lifelong struggle with alcohol and her multiple sclerosis diagnosis. Cartoonist Julie Doucet talks about her decision to walk away from drawing comics and why she's now returned with a new book called Time Zone J. Topline creator Romeo Candido discusses his new CBC Gem s…
After 94 weeks of making a comedy show with no laughter, Gavin announces that the Because News audience is returning
Confessions from drivers who looked away; and the latest neuroscience on why we’re so distractible with Prof. Barbara Banz from Yale University's Developmental Neurocognitive Driving Simulation Research Center.
Remembering flight KB-9-1-4 (0:00)Thrifty Fashions in HVGB has a huge selection of clothing options at great prices. We drop by the store.(6:57)Mission Men segment (18:10)The cycle of addiction is a complex issue with many challenges. Tommy Penashue managed to break that cycle. (23:38)With the long Labradorian winter behind us, thoughts have turned…
One Acadian woman, Lisa Spinney-Hutton, is concerned about how management of the new affordable daycare program could affect French and Indigenous childcare centres.
We catch up with CBU Professor Terry Gibbs who's in Colombia as part of a mission to observe the contentious Presidential elections coming up on Sunday.
Sheila Wildman is an associate professor at the Schulich School of Law and co-chair of East Coast Prison Justice Society. The society hears from people who are incarcerated in provincial institutions, and advocates on their behalf. She tells Jeff about the profound effects lockdowns have on inmates.
MLA's voted against suggested changes to Bill 96, the province's Residential Tenancies Act. We hear from Mary Wilson, the Minister in charge, and from Matthew Hayes, a spokesperson for the NB Coalition for Tenants Rights.
Sean Doke, the communications officer with L'nuey - the Mi'kmaq Rights Initiative on PEI, speaks with the CBC's Kerry Campbell about 10 new road signs of Indigenous place names on the Island. We hear how some animals at the Magnetic Hill Zoo have been vaccinated against Covid. And on the phone-in: Barry Walker on heat pumps.…
Jake Reid is executive director of the New Brunswick Pharmacists Association.
They’ve been identified as an invasive species in Newfoundland and Labrador. Green crab damage the marine ecosystem by destroying habitat and eating lobster spawn. Marine experts and fishermen alike say the creatures are pests. But the Newfoundland Insectarium near Deer Lake is making a display area for the green crab. The insectarium educates peop…
The At Issue panel discusses the political response in and outside of Quebec to Bill 96 and the use of the notwithstanding clause. Plus, the panellists unpack how the Conservative leadership candidates performed in French in their final debate and some of their shifting positions on another controversial Quebec law. Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hé…
Things that served you during the pandemic (or specifically lockdown periods) probably aren't serving you anymore.Not just spring cleaning time, PANDEMIC spring cleaning time!
Jagmeet Singh, missing Cree woman identified, rap marathon record, Winnie the Pooh slasher film, Ohio gerrymandering, Jewish-American WWII graves ...and more.
Recorded in April in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Jean Paul talks about the differences between his son and daughter...and with good reason - he's worried about the boy! Dena Jackson takes us all skydiving and asks us to acknowledge that there's a LOT to consider.
Fisheries minister Derrick Bragg defends his decision not to follow advice to grant new snow crab licences; fisherman Terry Ryan wants to know why it takes so long for the northern shrimp fishery to open.
Meet some of the voices behind Theatre CBS as they get ready to bring Agatha Christie's The Hollow to the stage.
Mike takes us through Acts 23-24 as Paul is brought before the Roman governor Felix.CBC Las Cruces tarafından oluşturuldu
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Times have been tough. Pandemic burnout, war, a mounting climate crisis and soaring prices on everything from gas to groceries. Few people have gotten through the last few years without grieving some kind of loss.The good news? We’re definitely not alone. This week we’re unpacking mental health with podcasts that uplift, investigate and validate. T…
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From novels such as Annie John and Lucy, to her notable nonfiction, Jamaica Kincaid's work is highly autobiographical, chronicling everything from her childhood in Antigua to her brother's untimely death from AIDS. Inspired by the life of her father, Kincaid's 2002 novel Mr. Potter tells the story of an illiterate taxi driver living in Antigua. Jam…
After years of limited travel, some people are itching for a vacation. But with chaotic airports, high gas prices, war in Europe and the continued threat of COVID-19, those plans could get complicated. What questions do you have as you consider travel? Ask our experts on this week's Ask Me Anything.
Vivek Shraya on Next Time There's a Pandemic, Susanna Kearsley takes our Proust questionnaire, and Katherena Vermette revisits The Break, and more.