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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.
 
Wiretap on CBC Radio, the unofficial podcast http://www.cbc.ca/wiretap Do you want Wiretap to be available in an official podcast form? Then write to the CBC and tell them. http://www.cbc.ca/podcasting/contactus.html Questions? Complaints? Please contact me: chalmers2006@gmail.com. Grab all of the shows from http://www.supernintendochalmers.net/wiretap/
 
It launched in June 2005 as one of the world's first music podcasts and has been called ‘Canada’s top podcast’ by Spin Magazine and ‘Canada’s most important podcast’ by Exclaim! magazine. This one-hour show features the best in new Canadian rock, pop, hip-hop, singer-songwriters, alt-country, and electronica. If you're looking for a source of amazing new music, look no further.
 
Nine conversations about Beethoven's nine symphonies. Bramwell Tovey - Music Director of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra - and CBC Radio 2's Bill Richardson consider these mighty works and talk about what makes them so powerful. Tovey illustrates passages on the piano. CBC Radio 2 will broadcast performances by Tovey and the VSO daily starting March 31 2008. The concerts are available for streaming at Concerts on Demand.
 
Road Trip Radio is a family friendly podcast celebrating all things Canada! Brought to you by the creative team behind CBC’s This is That, each episode playfully explores one of our country’s provinces and territories offering fun documentaries, cool interviews, adventure stories and comedy!
 
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Information Morning's Jerry West takes a tour of Africville with former resident Nelson Carvery, who shares some of his memories and his wisdom from growing up in the community.
 
After a decade of growing with Kim's Convenience, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee bids an emotional "See you"; Working cash at Dollarama, and empathizing with people who are forbidden from buying socks and other "non-essentials".
 
As housing prices hit record highs across the country, a lot of people are hoping that something can be done to increase affordability. We talk about the situation with urtaza Haider, a Professor of real estate management at Ryerson University in Toronto; 'Food To Grown On' is a new comprehensive guide on nutrition and food for kids from infancy to…
 
Peel Region high school teacher Kirby Mitchell says it's like a boxing match. With every knockdown fewer kids get back up. He's part of a Canadian-led international commission aiming to re-engage students who are dropping out.
 
Country singer Corb Lund discusses his first album in five years, Agricultural Tragic, and explains why he's now speaking out against the Alberta government's plan to allow open-pit coal mining on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains. Radio producer and filmmaker Mira Burt-Wintonick, the daughter of renowned Montreal documentarian Peter Winton…
 
On today's show: should firefighters be vaccinated against COVID-19 immediately? Our fire chief says yes, but the Premier says no. Fire Chief Steve Dongworth joins us; we hear about a close encounter in cougar country; we hear why the military experiences of immigrants are being collected in Calgary.…
 
Michael Grant is a professor of immunology and associate dean of biomedical science at Memorial University in St. John's. He explains how the vaccines work to keep you from getting severely ill.
 
Today was supposed to be the first regular school day in a long time for many high schoolers.. But that plan is now on hold. New Brunswick's Health Minister Dorothy Shepard made the announcement on Saturday. we'll hear from her and then Anglophone South superintendent, Zoe Watson, speaks with Zoe Watson about the pivot. Intro: It was supposed to be…
 
Information Morning sports columnist Charlie Cuff is here to give us an update on where things stand with the recreation dome at CBU... which at present is still deflated and has been for more than a year.
 
Students are heading into the home stretch before summer break, but one more hurdle could be online exams. We speak with expert James Skidmore from the University of Waterloo about how institutions should be conducting these tests. This morning we give you an update on polar bear sightings on the coast. We hear from Nunatsiavut Government Director …
 
We hear from the Western Regals hockey team on PEI who won the provincial U-18 AAA championship despite losing two teammates in a tragedy last year. The Sackville Harness Shop in NB will close next month after 100 years in business. And on the phone-in, we discuss issues of accessibility.
 
UVF political scientist Hamish Telford discusses the upcoming speech from the throne expected from the BC government. CRD senior manager of regional and strategic planning Emily Sinclair and Lord Roberts Elementary PAC chair Ian Rowe discuss a pilot "school streets" project launching today at three Vancouver schools that aims to reduce traffic by c…
 
To mark the bicentenary of the birth of Fyodor Dostoevsky, Eleanor speaks to British writer and editor Alex Christofi. His compelling new book takes a creative approach to the eventful and often tragic life of the Russian writer.
 
Michael Jackson, president of the Institute for the Study of the Crown in Canada at Massey College in Toronto, discusses the death of Prince Philip, and Checkup callers share their memories.
 
On this week’s show: The B.C. Centre for Disease Control’s Mel Krajden examines the rise in COVID-19 variant cases. Plus: Liberal Party President Suzanne Cowan talks priorities during that party’s policy convention; two NDP MPs reflect on their own policy convention; and Liberal strategist David Herle and NDP National Director Anne McGrath weigh in…
 
You’re going to meet two women with profound connections to the land. Memona Hossain is a PhD student in Applied Ecopsychology. She has spoken to dozens of Muslim women around the world whose faith drives their work as climate activists. Jenna Vandal recounts the long, winding path to connecting with her Métis heritage.…
 
NS Buyers pay significantly higher prices for crab this season. Harvesters are frustrated.We speak with the president of the Fish Food and Allied Workers Union.And memories from former hosts of this show during our 70th year on the air.
 
Linda MacDonald and Jeanne Sarson, co-founders of Persons Against Non-State Torture, wrote a letter to the school, saying it's important to have open conversation with students about sexualized violence.
 
(This episode first aired in December 2020, and has been updated to reflect that.) As we interact more - and more often - with our digital technologies, those interactions tell us a lot about who we are. How we can analyze behaviour on social media for mental health insights. And, taking cues from early childhood development and behavioural observa…
 
How mobile clinics deliver vaccines to the most vulnerable; Brazil's COVID-19 crisis; How Prince Albert's death changed Queen Victoria's reign; Jordan Peterson as Marvel supervillain, Red Skull; Lil Nas X's new single as an act of revolution; Ernest Hemingway's letters to his former mother-in-law and more.…
 
Psychiatrist Dr. Judson Brewer says that humans can become addicted to worry and anxiety, and just like any other addiction, our brain can learn to crave the sensation of worry. But good news, like any other bad habit, it can be broken.
 
How “wily” coyotes have managed to find success in the city like no other predator; The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs might have created the rainforests; Scientists create the simplest cell with only the bare essentials for it to live and reproduce; Elephant seals buoyantly navigate ‘lightscape of fear’ in long sea migrations; Climate chang…
 
This week, we follow developments in the restructuring of Laurentian University, post-secondary students share stories about learning during the pandemic, pharmacists start administering COVID vaccines, and a Sudbury city council makes an angry face when it comes to emojis on a Facebook group.
 
From the HA! Comedy Festival, Ali is pleased to present Debra DiGiovanni in a slightly racy (parents), but hilarious set including how to survive in a post-apocalyptic world. Graham Chittenden, recorded at the Icebreakers Comedy Festival, spares no detail on his feelings about Tiny Homes.
 
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