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Uncover is an investigative series from CBC Podcasts. Season 7: Dead Wrong. Season 6: Satanic Panic. Season 5: Sharmini. Season 4: The Cat Lady Case. Season 3: The Village. Season 2: Bomb on Board. Season 1: Escaping NXIVM.
 
The Startup Canada Podcast Show is a production of Startup Canada, a grassroots, entrepreneur-led movement to bring together, celebrate, and give a voice to Canada’s entrepreneurship community. On the podcast, entrepreneur and former business journalist Rick Spence speaks with the movers and shakers of Canada’s entrepreneurship community to give a glimpse into the future of business, and share insights on everything from social innovation to the future of work, investing, and why we need to ...
 
JAZZ BOULEVARD is a weekly award-winning 2-hour syndicated radio show produced in jazzy Montreal, Canada. Programs are broadcast on stations via syndication partners: in Canada (NCRA); in Romania (JAZZFM); in the USA (Global Community Radio); in New Zealand (FreeFM.org.nz). On-air since 2004, each week host Moz Taylor mixes up a blend of the best jazz (the latest releases to classic tracks) with Roots Blues, Acid Jazz, and World Music. For information, playlists, archived broadcasts and more ...
 
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Shauna and Rebecca review another contender for the 2021 CBC’s Canada Reads annual competition. Is it as graphic as some readers have stated on the CBC’s Canada Reads Facebook group? Is it a book that transports us? Spoiler alert: read the book, then come back for the discussion. Special thanks to @wearebeautifulwords book club for creating thought…
 
Agnès Callamard, the UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, released a scathing report this week on Iran's shooting down of Flight PS752. She calls into question who made what decisions, and when, and tells Matt Galloway the Canadian government has been "too passive" in the fight for answers.…
 
While Canada lags in the international vaccination effort and is dealing with outbreaks of COVID-19 variants, Steve Paikin speaks to Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam. They discuss what must still be done in the next stage of virus containment in the country. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Traditional stakeholders often include customers, staff, and suppliers – but what if we all treated the land as a key stakeholder? Enter Yamila Franco, Co-Founder of Nyoka Design Labs! Yamila is an Afro-Indigenous Womxn bringing years of experience in impact-driven entrepreneurship & clean technology. Her work is centered around empowering communit…
 
Our first grand slam of the tennis season is now in the books! The 2021 Australian Open has come and gone, with Naomi Osaka and Novak Djokovic both capturing singles majors Down Under. To recap all of the action from the women's side, we're joined by premiere journalist and WTA Insider Courtney Nguyen, as we delve into Naomi Osaka's rapid ascent, w…
 
In today’s episode, Eric shares how he achieved FIRE by building multiple streams of residual (aka passive) income—all before the age of 30! From marketing consultant to real estate and entrepreneurship, Eric’s story is fascinating, inspiring, and motivational. Be warned: Eric’s energy and enthusiasm is contagious! After hearing his story, you’ll h…
 
You may have heard of Expo 67 — Canada's biggest flex during its centennial year — but do you know the fascinating history of the Indian Pavilion? It was separate and distinct from the Canada Pavilion, and it was primed to make that distinction matter. In the first part of a two part episode, Falen takes Leah on a minirail tour around the Expo grou…
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with host Piya Chattopadhyay:• Should Canada boycott the Beijing Winter Games? • NDP MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq on burnout and self-love • Charles M. Blow's case to reverse the Great Migration• Kim Echlin on "Speak, Silence" and the legacy of the Bosnian war • A brief history of scandals orbiting the Golden Globes…
 
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It started with a post to the UFOs Above Canada discussion group on facebook… “Im wondering if there are any people living in Kingston, Ontario. Since December 3, 2020 we have been taking pictures of crafts over our house. Up to 22 craft at once. I also have pics of craft with hatches open and small orbs flying out of them. We are 2 older people wh…
 
JBRS 870… We take a deep dive into new releases including tracks from Lebanese bassist Makram Aboul Hosn, Venezuelan pianist Edward Simon, trumpet player Charlie Porter, The Toronto jazz collective Hector, and more. You can follow us on Twitter @JazzBoulevard / See album art on Instagram – Source: JazzBoulevard.ca…
 
On this week’s show: New Brunswick Health Minister Dorothy Shephard outlines her province’s vaccine preparations and Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson talks about his city’s plans to get a head start on inoculations. Plus: Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault looks at what Australia’s battle with tech giants means for Canada’s own regulatory efforts, and clea…
 
Punishment for Pretendians: the back half of our extended look at colonial cosplay. And if part one was all about the problem, this part’s all about solutions. Just what is to be done about all these faux First Nations actors, authors and academics? What mechanisms might we use, and by whose authority? Does it make sense to target all the players, …
 
Forty per cent of the country's manufactured goods come from Toronto and regions surrounding it. But with the city in extended stay-at-home orders, what are the consequences for the rest of the province and country when the city is out of order. Jan De Silva, CEO of the Toronto Region Board of Trade; and Toronto City Councillor Joe Cressy discuss t…
 
Conservation organizations such as the National Conservancy of Canada and the Thames Talbot Land Trust worry about the toll on greenspaces of increased usage by people seeking relief and exercise during the pandemic. Southwestern Ontario Hub journalist Mary Baxter reports on the challenges of protecting precious ecosystems from a sudden large volum…
 
Our review of the week begins with a look at why it's not a foregone conclusion that Black voters always lean left. Then, does Canada still need it provincial equalization policy? What is the future for pipelines in the country? And, why the pandemic is not hitting all demographics equally. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode, Mike is joined by Ian Tulloch again while Rachel works her way back from the IR to discuss the Juggernaut Habs firing Claude Julien, important updates in the Buffalo Sabres hurricane of sadness, and then dive deep into Mike Babcock's hilariously tone-deaf interview with Sportsnet.Shop merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/staffgr…
 
In today's episode I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with Nicholas Snyder, director of The Astrology of Pandemics. He's a genuinely nice guy, and incredibly intelligent, and his views on astrology are well thought out, and most importantly, they make sense. In the interview he details his experience with astrology, and how the alignment o…
 
Welcome to our first LIVE podcast of The Happy Times :) If you would like to tune in next time, follow me on twitch! twitch.com/joeykidney In today's episode we are going to be talking about the little changes that I have made in my life that have enhanced it and maybe it is something you are thinking about as well. Support this podcast at — https:…
 
Support this podcast Are the NDP merely liberals in a bit of a rush? Team Advantage examines Gary Teeple's 1972 essay, 'Liberals in a hurry': socialism and the CCF-NDP. What role does the Fabian Society have in shaping the thought of the CCF, and later, the NDP? Can real socialist change be made through technocratic changes or parliamentary methods…
 
This week we brought you stories of people using the old art of letter-writing to stay in touch in the pandemic, including Brian Barnes, who wrote 300 letters to his wife Joanne in her locked-down care home. Those stories prompted listeners to share their own. We hear your tales of embracing slow correspondence.…
 
After weeks of civil unrest, violence, and refusals to back down, Myanmar is facing some of its largest protests to date. We talk to Aye Min Thant, a reporter in Myanmar covering the protests; Kyaw Win, founder and executive director of the Burma Human Rights Network; and Damien Kingsbury, who led the Australian election-observer mission to Myanmar…
 
NOFX frontman Fat Mike takes us through the band's latest album, titled Single Album, and opens up about his sexuality, sobriety and the meaning of punk rock. Universal Music Canada executive Craig Mannix discusses Canada's fraught history with Black music and what still needs to be done to promote our homegrown hip-hop talent. Trainspotting author…
 
Almost a year into the pandemic Canadians are still coming to terms with what they have lost, whether it’s the loss of loved ones or the life we had before the pandemic. This week White Coat, Black Art explores the stories of Canadians who have found ways to be resilient in light of that loss. In the final installment of the special series “Prescri…
 
COVID-19 has disproportionately affected low-income neighbourhoods and essential workers. Vulnerable neighbourhoods are densely populated, are comprised of crowded housing arrangements, and bursting bus routes. Essential work is not the type of job that allows for telecommuting, and many workers are disproportionately Black, Indigenous and people o…
 
Traditional stakeholders often include customers, staff, and suppliers – but what if we all treated the land as a key stakeholder? Enter Yamila Franco, Co-Founder of Nyoka Design Labs! Yamila is an Afro-Indigenous Womxn bringing years of experience in impact-driven entrepreneurship & clean technology. Her work is centered around empowering communit…
 
In the conclusion to our series on treating mental illness with psychedelic drugs, Dr. Bruce Tobin discusses his work on anxiety and psilocybin, which is found in magic mushrooms. We hear from Mona Strelaeff, who says she finally found relief through psychotherapy done with psilocybin. But while studies into psychedelics show promise, robust resear…
 
Is the apocalypse already here? Is The Sims a capitalist fantasy or a commentary on consumerism? Can a house bleed real human blood? Is Zendaya the coolest person in Hollywood? Does New Year’s Day feel like yesterday? Or three years ago? (Or both, somehow?) In any case, the year is young, and we haven’t yet had the chance to catch you up on what’s …
 
Actress Serinda Swan walks us through her approach to playing Dr. Jenny Cooper on the CBC crime drama Coroner, explaining what she did to accurately represent panic attacks on screen. In light of a recent wave of anti-Asian violence, Gran Torino star Bee Vang comes forward more than a decade after the film's release to talk about the damage caused …
 
What kinds of responsibility does a Black writer have? Is it enough to just write whatever inspires you, or is there an obligation to take on the big questions of culture, class, colour? In part two of a two-part series, Black Canadian writers George Elliott Clarke, Afua Cooper and André Alexis discuss why they write and the importance of ‘home’ in…
 
This week, we look at one of the oldest advertising mediums - skywriting. From its beginning back in the early 1920s, skywriting was once the most sensational advertising medium in the country. We’ll look at the most famous skywriting campaigns, the most recent billboards in the sky and some of the most amusing spelling errors.…
 
In our latest instalment of Canada's Road Ahead, we hear from people in Sudbury, Ont., who are helping those experiencing homelessness during a harsh pandemic winter, and looking for lasting solutions. Denise Sandul works with Street Outreach Sudbury, and has been working with people affected by the opioid crisis, after her son died last year. And …
 
Canada's vote to call China's treatment of Uyghurs a genocide exposes an online wave of China apologists on the far left. And the New York Times brings back Cortland Cronk in an attempt to prove that Canadians are actually not very nice. Author and retired journalist Jan Wong co-hosts. This episode is brought to you by The Rotman School of Manageme…
 
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