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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 Debaters is the hit show where comedians go toe-to-toe in a battle of laughs and logic. Hosted by award-winning funnyman Steve Patterson, the program is a combustible combination of sharply crafted comedic rants and hilarious ad libs. The engaging format is part stand-up, part quiz show and part comedy competition, with the live audience picking the winners.
 
As one of Canada's youngest retirees at the age of 32, and after becoming mortgage-free at 29, Kornel interviews the top financial experts in Canada to help you optimize your investments, reduce your taxes, and help you accelerate your journey towards financial independence and early retirement. He also shares his own experiences and lessons learned in investing and as an early retiree and member of the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement to help you optimize your finances, ...
 
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 and syndicated to stations across Canada and on the European JazzFM network. 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, visit the show's website: www.jazzboulevard.ca Follow us on Twitter @JazzBoulevard
 
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The 1984 death of Christine Jessop and wrongful conviction of Guy Paul Morin rocked the country. In a surprise announcement this month, police announced they had identified Christine’s Killer. Dave is joined by Toronto Sun columnist Joe Warmington by phone to talk about the historic case, who it’s believed the killer is, and how police solved this …
 
COVID-19 has changed the way we work and interact with each other and has left many nervous about the future. The transition from remote work back to the office can be seamless, but only if we follow occupational health and safety legislation – just ask Stuart Ducoffe! Stuart Ducoffe is an employment and labour lawyer, as well as founder of e2r, wh…
 
Amid allegations that she berated, belittled and humiliated Rideau Hall staff, Gov. Gen. Julie Payette has come under fire for her behaviour while Canada's representative for the Queen. Those reports have led to an unprecedented third-party investigation and over $100,000 spent by the federal government in legal fees. Our question this week: Is it …
 
As the rules-based international order faces unprecedented threats, what's Canada - a country that has thrived in traditional multilateralism - to do? Is it time to for Canada to abandon its historical "Pearsonian approach" to world diplomacy and focus more on power? To provide context, we invite: Ben Rowswell, president of the Canadian Internation…
 
Social media. That phrase probably brings up lots of phrases and images in your mind, from cat videos to political slogans and more. Are you in charge of your social media uses? One documentary says an emphatic "No." By popular demand, Andy and Steve came together on today's edition of AC Podcast to discuss the Netflix documentary, The Social Dilem…
 
For years it's felt like we've been asking the rest of the world to take our word for it that Sailor Moon was a Canadian cultural phenomenon, but at long last we have seen a distinct example of that in practice with Sailor Moon's launch on Crave last month. Karl and Kyle join me to talk about why this launch led to an explosion on social media, des…
 
The defection of the Russian cipher clerk, Igor Gouzenko, in September, 1945, revealed to Canadian authorities a web of Soviet espionage spun throughout Canada, with threads running through atomic military research, Canadian parliament, and across the world – in Washington DC, London, and Moscow. Seventy-five years later, we can observe how this si…
 
From empty grocery shelves to more home cooking and baking, how has the pandemic affected the way Ontarians shop for food and what they eat. Will these changes be lasting? We ask Sylvain Charlebois, scientific director, Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University; Jackie Fraberts, owner operator of the family-run grocery store Fraberts Fresh Fo…
 
She's a divisive figure, and a target of much black ink. And at almost 80, Barbara Amiel has finally set her own pen to paper to set the record straight, and perhaps settle some scores. She talks to Steve Paikin about her memoir, "Friends and Enemies," her youth, her journalism career, her husband Conrad Black's legal trouble, and weighs in on the …
 
Jeff and Kevin recap the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 8-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays in the World Series opener with MLB Network’s Carlos Peña and ESPN/Sportsnet MLB play-by-play voice Dan Shulman. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any …
 
Have you avoided investing in real estate because it seems too costly and complicated? My guest this week explains how you can own real estate in Canada’s biggest cities for as little as $2500. Khushboo Jha is the CEO of BuyProperly, a platform for fractional investing in real estate that makes it possible for regular folks to be real estate owners…
 
The grip conservative evangelicalism has on American social and political life is hard to overestimate. Committed Christian and author Jemar Tisby was joined by historians of religion John Fea and Molly Worthen to help answer the question: what exactly is the relationship between conservative evangelicalism and America today? *Originally broadcast …
 
Politicians generally tend to seek office with a motivation to do good work for their communities and constituents. Alex Marland, a professor of political science at Memorial University, joins us to discuss his new book "Whipped: Party Discipline in Canada," that examines one of the ways that hopeful ambition can hit a brick wall. See omnystudio.co…
 
There are 338 elected members of the Canadian parliament and 124 MPPs at Queen's Park. But how often do we hear from any the party leaders or a few top ministers? So, do we really need all those politicians? And as a democracy, what might replace them? To help us inquire into this, we welcome Garry Keller, vice president at StrategyCorp; Clifton va…
 
We preview Game 1 of the World Series between the Tampa Bay Rays and Los Angeles Dodgers. Sportsnet World Series analyst and former AL MVP Justin Morneau discusses the matchup, and how Dodgers SP Clayton Kershaw should approach facing Tampa Bay’s Randy Arozarena. We discuss what Vladimir Guerrero Jr. could potentially learn from Tampa Bay’s Ji-Man …
 
Ride along with 25 year veteran Crime Reporter Nancy Hixt, from Global News, on her award winning podcast Crime Beat as she takes you through some of Canada’s most high-profile criminal cases. Real People, Real Crimes, Real Journalism. Each episode takes you deep inside cases she has worked to give you detail you didn't hear on the news. Season 3 i…
 
In his new book, "Solved" former Toronto mayor David Miller puts forth the idea that cities around the world, and here in Ontario, are well-disposed to find solutions for climate change. In fact, many measures are already in place. A further step forward would be to embed carbon plans into city planning and city budgets. Le ading the charge would b…
 
Hamilton has a plan to tackle climate change, which is a good thing since last year it declared a climate emergency. But like many other cities around the world, how to make sure that plan includes issues of equity and accessibility can be tricky. In a city that has, over the years, dealt with loss of industry, reinvention, growth, gaps in equality…
 
We discuss the Rays-Dodgers World Series matchup – as predicted by Jeff ahead of the season – and their respective LCS wins. Rays TV studio analyst Orestes Destrade discusses Randy Arozarena’s breakout postseason, how he could see Kevin Cash managing in the World Series, and how Tampa might just be the City of Champions! The views and opinions expr…
 
It's crowdfunding month! Support us at canadaland.com/join Santai Kimakeke blew the whistle on WE. Then he recanted his allegations and disappeared. Before he did, he said he was afraid for his safety. After three months of reporting and in collaboration with John-Allan Namu of Africa Uncensored, we bring you this investigation. A reporter was offe…
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with host Piya Chattopadhyay:• The U.S. 2020 election, according to Facebook• The Toronto Raptors turn 25• Word Processing: The election edition• A 'viral' birdsong makes new revelations about animal culture• Canada's unsung healthcare heroes: Minnie AkparookFor more, visit: www.cbc.ca/1.5764900…
 
On this week’s show: Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada president Rebecca Kudloo discusses Friday’s federal meeting on discrimination against Indigenous people in Canada’s health-care system. Conservative MP Chris d’Entremont examines the ongoing lobster fishery dispute in southwest Nova Scotia. Plus, a panel of MPs debate the opposition’s bid to con…
 
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