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Cross Country Checkup is Canada's only national phone-in show, broadcasting live from coast to coast to coast. Checkup is Canada's weekly town hall — a place for raw, honest perspectives on the most pressing issues of the week. For over 55 years, it's where Canadians gather to listen to each other every Sunday afternoon. Call us: 1-888-416-8333.
 
CBC Radio host Sheryl MacKay meets creative people from all around the province. Hear about their passions and inspirations. You'll visit artists and in their studios, musicians and performers backstage, writers at their keyboards and chefs at the cooktop. There's great conversation and a lot of laughs too waiting for you every weekend on North by Northwest.
 
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Monday's election isn't a straightforward one. You'll be given a ballot where you're asked to vote for senators, about daylight saving time, and the role of equalization in the constitution. Got what you need? We help explain what's being asked and what's at stake. We're joined by Globe and Mail reporter Kelly Cryderman, and Macleans correspondent …
 
On today's show: CBC's City Hall Reporter, Scott Dippel, tells us about his one-on-one interview with outgoing mayor, Naheed Nenshi; why a professor at the U of C is analyzing millions of tweets with COVID-19 misinformation every week; our happiness and well-being columnist Jennifer Moss talks about how to alleviate chronic anxiety brought on by th…
 
The new campus for the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre will be located in Innsifil. We find out more from Janice Skot. the President and C-E-O of RVH; The land crossing at the U.S. border will reopen for non-essential travel next month. What are the risks for people considering travelling south? Eric Arts, a professor of microbiology and immu…
 
Melissa Etheridge talks about her new album of unreleased songs from the '80s and '90s, One Way Out, and how revisiting her earlier material made her reconsider her journey. The National Ballet of Canada's newest principal dancer, Siphe November, discusses the piece his brother choreographed for them to perform together, called My Mother's Son. Cel…
 
From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival last October in front of a small but enthusiastic audience, Cassie Cao teaches the audience about how safe a safe word can be. And from Icebreakers Comedy Festival PRE-pandemic, Chris Locke paints a picture of his future funeral. The food is going to be pretty good!
 
(Starts at 0:44 mark) NL government wastewater sampling program helps scientists learn whether the Coronavirus has ended up in the sewers, (6:18) techKNOWTutors will hold a Facebook Live session to show us how to use vaccine passports, and (12:42) The Dolly Parton Imagination Library gives books to kids from newborn to age five on Newfoundland's no…
 
A Nain fisherman was around Makkovik when his nets got caught on something. His nets were damaged, but the scientific community was ecstatic. We hear about that discovery today from Joey Angnatok and Barbara Neves. We take you back to 2013 to hear Anne Budgell talk about her book Dear Everybody. It's one of the submissions into our October mug cont…
 
Paqtnkek Mi'kmaw Nation opened a new school for primary to Grade 3 students last month which gives students the opportunity to have a culturally relevant education closer to home. Host Jeff Douglas spoke with Tanya Francis, the education director with Paqtnkek First Nation, and Danielle Gloade, the principal of Paqtnkek Education Centre.…
 
Alicia Weeks who runs a boutique in St Stephen, NB, speaks about the importance of the US land border opening up soon to Canadians who are double vaxxed. Norbert Carpenter, the director of the public school branch on PEI, speaks about lessons learned following the outbreak of COVID at the beginning of the school year at West Royalty Elementary Scho…
 
We have a conversation with human rights lawyer Wayne MacKay on the subject of public vs. private vaccine mandates. We ask him why Nova Scotia is requiring PUBLIC sector workers to be vaccinated - but not PRIVATE sector workers.
 
(Starts at 1:04 mark) After Gregory Pike's death by suicide at Her Majesty’s Penitentiary last month, the John Howard Society speaks out for better access to services for inmates, (8:32) Human Rights Commission of Newfoundland and Labrador helps us navigate tricky discussions about masks and vaccines during the pandemic, (19:52) Bay of Islands coup…
 
Are you more into scientific facts or science fiction? This episode, you don’t have to choose. We’re celebrating podcasts that explore pasts and futures, both real and imaginary. Featuring: Darts & Letters, The Big Story, Episodic Table of Elements, Star Trek: The Pod Directive, Ars Paradoxica.
 
Marvel Losing All Characters in Lawsuit, New MCU Series, DC Future of DC Revealed & More I TCBC 538INTRO [0:00]Blade Release Date Problems & Confusion [2:23]Venom 2 Let There Be a Multiverse Boogaloo [8:17]DC FanDome Sets High Expectations & Rumors [18:05]The Marvel Characters Lawsuit & Rights [27:15]Agatha Harkness TV series [39:08]+Shuri Actress …
 
The Zanzibar-born British novelist is the winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature. In this conversation from 2017, he talks to Eleanor Wachtel about his ninth book, Gravel Heart, a story inspired by his own immigration experience.
 
On this week’s show: Transport Minister Omar Alghabra describes mandatory vaccination rules for travellers and federal workers. Premier Blaine Higgs explains New Brunswick’s latest restrictions, tightened for Thanksgiving weekend. Plus — CBC’s Bartley Kives looks at the race to become Manitoba’s next PC premier, former Conservative MP James Cumming…
 
It's a weekend usually devoted to food and family. But once again this year, Thanksgiving is happening during a pandemic. While the government may not have any gathering limits for us this year, record-breaking cases of COVID-19 may lessen your appetite for a big get-together, anyway. CBC provincial affairs reporter Adam Hunter and Leader Post colu…
 
Facebook is caught in another scandal and one expert says this one might stick; the visual effects that brought Ted Lasso's world to life; how the WNBA got to a near-perfect vaccination rate; the mascot consultant who was the original Phillie Phanatic and helped create Gritty; how female journalists of colour are dealing with online hate; that time…
 
Our 11-year-old fan Lucy Boivin from North Bay joined us for the Morning North Mystery Game this week. She’s been waking up early all week—even 5 a.m. on Monday—and aced all five questions for a whole load of prizes. Play along and see if you can match Lucy’s record on the Mystery Game!
 
We know humans are behind climate change, thanks to this Nobel Physics laureate’s work; New Nobel laureate in chemistry reflects on how his discovery catalyzed his field; Researchers investigate an ‘ultra-hot Jupiter’ with iron rain and calcium wind; Canadian concept to pump carbon into subsea rock could sequester gigatons of CO2; Cloud-based sunsc…
 
Dr. Brian Goldman explores intensive short-term dynamic psychotherapy, or ISTDP, a kind of talk therapy that is gaining a reputation for helping long-suffering patients with unexplained symptoms. Dr. Allan Abbass, a psychiatrist at QEII Health Sciences Centre in Halifax says he has been getting good results helping people get back to work.…
 
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