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Andre De Grasse becomes the first Canadian to win gold in the Olympic 200 metre race in almost a century. Olympian and track and field icon Valerie Jerome joins us to talk more about that. In our second half, B.C.'s provincial health officer joins us to answer your questions about vaccines.
If your parents weren't born in Canada - but you were - how has that shaped your life?
Who knew watching the Olympics would be the faucet that released every emotion you have inside?Jane knows...now.We're back, baybeeee!
Ontario has released its return to school plan, with the aim of keeping kids in classrooms for the year. Dr. Anna Banerji, infectious diseases specialist at the Temerty Faculty of Medicine and Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, shares her thoughts on the plan.
De Grasse's Mom, Moderna Expired, Largest Mouth Gape, Beirut Blast Anniversary, Plant That Never Dies, FOA Blindness Opens and more
As Canada starts to open it's borders, immigration is expected to come back on track, and there will be a backlog. Immigration lawyer Maureen Silcoff talks about how to deal with the situation and how many people have had their lives put on hold waiting for answers: Tyler Dawson is an arborist and the owner of Dawson Tree Works as well as a volunte…
Singer-songwriter Yola talks about the inspirations behind her "genre-fluid" new album, Stand for Myself, and why her music defies categories. Actor Jena Malone discusses her latest film, Lorelei, and how her experience as a child actor has made her more protective of the children she works with on set. Tim "2oolman" Hill of The Halluci Nation (for…
You didn't have to get the virus to feel the pain it was causing so many others. Psychotherapist Laura Cavanagh says you're not alone. She says we're all recovering from "collective trauma."
Dr. Seema Marwaha is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto.
Nova Scotia's first pandemic election is just two weeks away. Are you planning to vote early, but unsure how? We go over your options, with Election Nova Scotia's Naomi Shelton.
On today's show: we talk to a local biologist after a reported bear attack in northern Alberta; we talk to the mayor of High Level about why her northern Alberta community has one of the lowest COVID-19 vaccine rates in Canada; Calgary soccer fans are rejoicing today with the return of Cavalry FC to the city. We get a preview of their home opener w…
Paul Arthurs who has property along the Saint John River in Sheffield, NB, tells us about the wooden platform he has built to raise his RV off the ground to avoid flooding in spring, we hear how favourable weather conditions are good for growing potatoes on PEI, and on the phone-in: Wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft.…
Regardless of what party wins the next Nova Scotia election, an African Nova Scotian will be the next MLA of Preston. For the first time, all three candidates were born and raised in either North Preston or nearby Cherry Brook. Host Jeff Douglas hears from NDP candidate Colter "CC" Simmonds, Liberal candidate Angela Simmonds and Progressive Conserv…
There's lots of trash in the sea. We hear from Graeme Somerville-Ryan of Eyesea about an app to track what types of waste are in our oceans. Chef Ange Gilley has reached a personal milestone after writing her first-ever cookbook. We check in with her about adding author to her title. Obtaining childcare can be tricky, and parents often find themsel…
(1:08) A photography project from Grenfell's art school showcases long term care residents, (7:12) Nancy Pearson picks up garbage from beaches and helps develop Eyesea app, (18:23) Mark Lane discusses changes on the horizon for aquaculture in N.L., (25:22) Blair Bursey recaps Blainville QC golf tournament and looks forward to the future.…
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Perspectives on Emancipation Day in Toronto -- including a visit to Markham Street where Deborah Brown lived after escaping slavery in the U.S.
Local fans react after the Canadian women's' soccer team finally took down their biggest rivals at the Olympics.
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At times this summer, it has been easy to imagine the pandemic is largely behind us. But Canada's top doctor says we're in a "precarious moment," and warned Friday of a fourth wave of COVID-19. Dr. Srinivas Murthy, pediatric critical care physician and infectious diseases specialist, answers questions about COVID-19 and the fourth wave.…
Icelandic Danish artist Olafur Eliasson famously brought the sun to London’s Tate Modern Museum and giant waterfalls to the heart of NYC. In this conversation from 2012, he talks to Eleanor about crafting three-dimensional spaces that awaken a sense of wonder and political empowerment.
On this week's show: Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi reacts to Alberta’s recent announcement that it will end self-isolation requirements for those who test positive for COVID-19. Then, an in-depth look at the NDP a week before the 60th anniversary of that party’s founding, including an interview with Jagmeet Singh. Plus — two economists discuss why ba…
Writer Randal Okita debuts a new VR project, "The Book of Distance," exploring the story of his grandfather's journey to Canada and his experiences as a Japanese-Canadian during and after the Second World War.
There are no more provincial rules to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan. The government says it is relying on people's personal responsibility now. Alberta is following our lead and will stop requiring people to isolate after they test positive in a couple of weeks. To talk more about the provincial government's handling of restriction…
The notion of privacy has evolved over thousands of years and is tightly woven with power. What might that mean for our future?
This week... a look at how one northern community is looking to regulate the sharing economy, an update on Porter Airline's expansion plans, the challenges of addictions during the pandemic, a pow-wow goes virtual, and two future northern Ontario Olympians share their dreams.
How Joseph Mercola built an empire out of anti-vaccine propaganda; what COVID-19 can teach journalists about covering climate change; the cost-effective drug-testing kit that turns smartphones into overdose prevention tools; Roger Bennett's love letter to America, his chosen home; New York's female-only hotel, the Barbizon, gave women freedom to dr…
Community historian Vanessa Childs-Rolls has been sifting through the headlines from 1921. Today, we hear about Navy League Institute in our summer history column, Ahead By A Century.
David Ridgen is a radio producer and documentarian. He is also the host of the CBC podcast Someone Knows Something, which has released 6 seasons of investigations into unsolved crimes.This week, David Ridgen is sharing some of the shows he listens to (when he isn't too busy working on his own shows).Podcasts featured on this episode: Someone Knows …
This episode we do our weekly review of life, ministry, sermons and services. Jeremy share’s his jokes for the week and we hear that Sheridan joined the BBQ’ing fraternity!!!!بقلم Cairns Baptist Church Media Team
Words have the power to shape how we see the world and each other. In Telling Our Twisted Histories, host Kaniehti:io Horn guides listeners through over 70 conversations with people from 15 Indigenous communities sharing their truths about the impact of words on our perspectives, cultures, and lives. Together we will decolonize our histories – and …
In her latest look at a new Alberta book, Angie Abdou (This One Wild Life, The Bone Cage) reviews a new memoir by Reinekke Lengelle, "Writing the Self in Bereavement."
Late last month, BC's heat dome brought record temperatures and caused more deaths in seniors and other vulnerable people than the BC Coroner has (so far) been able to tally. Dr. Brian Goldman talks to Barbara Reed, who took care of a sick and frail family member in the sweltering heat, waiting hours for an ambulance to show up. Jennifer Baumbusch,…