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CBC News: The World This Hour for 2023/01/29 at 09:00 EST
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Kapka Kassabova left Bulgaria as a teenager after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Her family settled in New Zealand, where she began her career as a poet, travel writer and memoirist. Many years later, Kassabova returned to the land of her communist childhood to cross the once forbidden border between Bulgaria and Turkey and Greece. She wrote abo…
Dr. Jillian Horton on the inspiration behind her memoir, We Are All Perfectly Fine, John Irving takes our Proust questionnaire, and Orm Mitchell talks about the 75th anniversary edition of W.O. Mitchell's Who Has Seen the Wind.
Jan. 27, 2023 | Memphis officials release footage of a violent confrontation between a Black motorist and five police officers charged with his murder. A gunman kills at least seven people outside a synagogue in Jerusalem. Plus, former Liberal sport minister Kirsty Duncan accuses her own government of dropping the ball on fighting abuse in sports.S…
Former MPs Scott Simms, Lisa Raitt and Peggy Nash discuss the Liberals’ pending decision on the Rogers-Shaw merger and growing government consulting costs. Defence and intelligence experts weigh in on the Russian mercenary Wagner Group. Opposing lawyers Paul Champ and James Manson each give their side of the case in the developing convoy protest cl…
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Psychology professor and Denmark native Marie Helweg-Larsen shares how Danish words can encourage better living by helping us settle, set boundaries, create community, and tune into shared moments.Sometimes we need more than words during really difficult periods of life. Katie Thornton shares the history of European funerary fashion — and how death…
Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a day to remember the killing of more than 6 million Jewish people by the Nazi regime and its supporters. We're joined by Rabbi Chanan Chernitsky this morning.
On today's show: the Eyeopener's political panel digs into the latest allegations of political interference in Alberta's justice system; auto insurance rate increases have been paused in Alberta. We tell you what it means for your wallet; we hear from Foothills County about a proposed biodigester that's raising concerns among residents of High Rive…
Costs are high and vacancy rates are low. How challenging is the rental market for tenants right now?
First Nations across this province say the province is failing to consult Indigenous people on several the important matters -- the Saskatchewan First Act, and the auctioning off of Crown Lands. Guest host Peter Mills talks with CBC Saskatchewan provincial affairs reporter Adam Hunter and Leader Post columnist Murray Mandryk in this week's politica…
Tyre Nichols bodycam video, Yellowknife nurse obit, Joan Didion papers, Russia: Meduza outlawed, Winnipeg Holocaust survivor siblings, Tasmania rewilding emus and more.
Humans intuitively understand ape gestural communication; Wolves on an Alaskan island ate all the deer, so now are preying on sea otters; A unique mummy is digitally unwrapped to reveal historical treasures; 52 million years ago Canada’s Arctic was home to pre-primates; Black in Science: have recent years of activism made a difference?; Quirks & Qu…
Julie Nolke, Chris Sandiford, and Brandon Ash-Mohammed take the news quiz with host Gavin Crawford.
Grades , classes , fitting in....already a daunting task for most young people, but there’s an added stress if you identify as a 2SLGBTQ+ member. Now Simcoe County district school board has created a first-of-its-kind position in the country - a graduation coach for 2SLGBTQ+Recycling Carbon Dioxide one beer at a time. We went to Bath Ontario to loo…
Primary care providers don’t always recognize menopause symptoms for what they are, focusing instead on whether they’re a sign of a more serious problem. And not all know that menopausal hormone therapy is a safe and effective treatment for many women. We explain why that’s the case, and the range of treatments that can help women.…
How countercultures, subcultures and niche communities have shaped, and continue to shape, digital tech.
A wrongful dismissal case inspired this hour of frank storytelling about team building exercises. Our guests are Prof. John Trougakos from the Rotman School of Management; and employment and labour lawyer Malini Vijaykumar.
Sheila McCarthy on the Oscar-nominated Women Talking; Air Canada said their luggage was lost but their air tags said otherwise; why Canadian police budgets have endured despite calls to defund; 100-year-old Met recordings may soon be heard for the first time in a century; the architect of Mexico's war on drugs is on trial for allegedly colluding wi…
Play along as Nancy from Richards Landing tries to win prizes from the CBC vault on the Morning North Mystery Game.
Lucky Girl? We'll get another perspective on the idea that adoptees from China hit the jackpot when they came to North America.
A big change for the west Saint John skyline is near with the arrival of two shiny new 115-foot gantry cranes. CEO of Port Saint John, Craig Estabrooks, shares the details.
Provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras sets out to find out what the program was and whether it was a success.
The Higgs government says a 50-50 French program in Bathurst in the 1980s shows that its immersion replacement will work. Jacques Poitras takes a closer look at that claim.
The CBC's Kerry Campbell reports on the latest information about PEI's plans for the regulation of shoreline development. And on the phone-in, we speak with Dr Tim Naimi about the new guidelines on drinking. We hear your thoughts on the new guidelines.
Therapy Influencers. You may have come across them while scrolling through Tik Tok or Instagram, content creators offering mental health advice. But are they helping or hurting us in the end? (0:38)It was a first but hopefully not a last. We'll hear from a Capstan Island youth about doing a play-by-play at a hockey tournament last weekend. (7:07)ND…
Jeff Fraser is the Executive Director of the Emergency Health Services Branch at the Department of Health and Wellness. He talks about how the province is adding a second air ambulance service between Sydney and Halifax.
Between 1933 and 1945, over six million Jewish people were killed by the Nazi regime and its supporters.The Holocaust was a deliberate and systematic genocide of Jews that decimated almost two thirds of Europe's Jewish population. January 27th is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, dedicated to remembering and honouring the millions of live ta…
The Liberal Cabinet was warned Canada's economy is set to slow significantly this year, is Canada prepared for the slowdown and how will this affect the Canada Health Transfer? Plus, are Pierre Poilievre's claims that Canada is broken working? and will it sway voters in an upcoming election? Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne, Jason…
Metro Vancouver's rental vacancy rate has tightened once again, falling below one percent among purpose built rentals. One of the big factors is migration - internationally and from other parts of Canada. Next, we'll talk about sports injuries and ask how you have been affected.
The second issue of the Nova Scotia magazine Defy is now online, and one of the articles talks about the potential of mentoring — not only to help women succeed, but to help create more equitable workplaces.
We shine our spotlight on comedian Graham Clark - and Graham shines his spotlight on the phone book.
We check-in with Joe O'Brien of O'Briens boat tours about recent whale sightings; Daniel Banoub is the author of "Fishing Measures. A Critique of Desk-Bound Reason."
At least one economist is forceasting stronger growth for this province in the year ahead. Guess what? It's all about the oil. (Jamie Fitzpatrick with Marc Desormeaux)
Recalls, lawsuits and toxins, OH MY!
BC's for-profit surgery issues: "shifting (human) resources into the private sector"... "unlawful extra-billing" and historically increased expense; why is Ontario's housing plan detached from CO2 goals?
The Book of Mark - Week 16 by CBC Las Crucesبقلم CBC Las Cruces
Have you ever wondered what’s behind certain items of clothing? Common styles, like kids clothes, plaid and even Hawaiian shirts are garments we see all the time, but often we don’t even begin to think about where they came from. Well, host of the show Articles of Interest Avery Trufelman is interested in exactly that. In the podcast, Avery dissect…
Sanctity of Life Sundayبقلم Pastor Ken Brown
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It’s Dry January and there’s a new set of health guidelines. The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction says no amount of alcohol is safe and any more than two drinks a week is risky. Should the government start regulating alcohol like cigarettes?