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As Canada's most trusted audio newscast, The World This Hour brings you a Canadian perspective on what's happening here, and around the world right now... wherever and whenever you want it.
 
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The World This Weekend is a dynamic half-hour program that showcases first-rate journalism on the news of the day from Canada and around the world. We tell stories you won't hear anywhere else that connect you with remote places and people.
 
Each year, the Empire Club Foundation publishes each speech that season in The Red Book, a yearbook which is distributed free of charge to 4000 university, secondary, and elementary school libraries in Canada, as well as Canadian embassies and consulates worldwide.
 
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10/3 brings you the biggest stories in Canada told by Postmedia's national network of award-winning journalists. Hosted by Dave Breakenridge, 10/3 updates twice a week.
 
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“This Is Why” is a weekly Global News original podcast that delves into Canada’s biggest news stories with a young and curious audience in mind. Complemented by original reporting, expert interviews, social reaction, and unique storytelling, this podcast is for anyone interested in going beyond the headlines to learn more about complicated stories. CKNW Radio Producers John O’Dowd and Niki Reitmayer strive to answer difficult and sometimes controversial questions, giving their listeners uniq ...
 
Power Play, a daily look at Canada’s political landscape. Recorded in Ottawa featuring all the political news and issues that matter most. Hosted by CTV’s Don Martin, the program is a must for political insiders.
 
 
One of Canada’s best political analysts, Paul Wells, sits down with leading political figures and social influencers for a conversation on the most compelling issues and news of the day. The monthly series is produced by CPAC in partnership with Maclean’s and the National Arts Centre.Maclean’s magazine senior writer Paul Wells is one of Canada’s leading political journalists. In nearly a quarter century on Parliament Hill he has covered four prime ministers and seven federal elections. His a ...
 
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Last month APTN reported that 102 Indigenous children died in Ontario’s child welfare system. It’s a tragic and infuriating look at how the system fails Indigenous children and puts their lives at risk. It’s also a story about unconscionable inequality in a system that is supposed to protect vulnerable children. Cindy Blackstock joins to talk a ...…
 
The House takes a look at some of the big issues in the final days before the vote.
 
Canadians choose their representatives via the ballot box. Indigenous people here have, over their long history, used various means of selecting those who govern. Shelby Lisk, TVO's new Indigenous Ontario Hub reporter, discusses the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and how Indigenous governance has changed over the years.…
 
Election day is Monday. Most polls show a virtual tie between the Liberals and the Conservatives. Does Polly, the artificial intelligence algorithm, have a more definitive view of what's to come? Erin Kelly is CEO of Advanced Symbolics Inc., and as she's done throughout this federal campaign, she's joins The Agenda to discuss what Polly is pick ...…
 
Pat Sorbara spent more than 40 years trying to get Liberals elected to much success. But despite helping Kathleen Wynne win a majority government victory in 2014, she found herself on the outs four years later. She tells Steve Paikin that story and more from her memoir, "Let 'Em Howl: Lessons from a Life in Backroom Politics."…
 
The Agenda discusses why Canada's debt and deficit are not bigger issues in the federal election campaign. Then, what health care policies do the federal parties have on offer to voters?By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Annie Bergeron-Oliver, CTV News; Jennifer Stewart, Syntax Strategic; Nik Nanos, Nanos Research; Janet Dirks, CTV News; Garry Keller, StrategyCorp.; Nathan Cullen, Outgoing NDP MP; Susan Smith, BlueSky Strategy Group; Erin Kelly, Advanced Symbolics Inc.; Lloyd Robertson, CTV News Special Correspondent; Craig Oliver, CTV News.…
 
Heading into Monday’s election, the Liberals and Conservatives are closer in the polls than any time perhaps since the 1972 election when Pierre Trudeau’s reduced to a minority government. Andrew Coyne joins Emily Jackson to break down what happens if no party wins a majority. Coyne also points out that both major parties are fear mongering abo ...…
 
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It's a special pre-election bonus OPPO! We talk about the party platforms and issues that actually matter to Indigenous peoples this election. Guests: Ryan McMahon, comedian and host of the Thunder Bay podcast. @RMComedy Karyn Pugliese, Nieman Journalism Fellow, former executive producer at APTN, and future journalism professor at Ryerson Unive ...…
 
This is why a man from Wolfville, Nova Scotia was inspired to write a song about his hometown. If you enjoy the This is Why podcast, please take a minute to rate it on Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts, tell us what you think and please tell a friend about the show. Twitter: @thisiswhy Email: thisiswhy@curiouscast.ca…
 
When voters are asked to list their top issues, health care invariably breaks the top five. This time around, the parties' offerings range from boosting the Canada Health Transfer to major new pharma and dental care plans. The Agenda unpacks the proposals on offer to Canadians.By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Earlier this year, The Agenda featured an interview with journalist Renee Pellerin about her new book, ,Conspiracy of Hope., The gist of the book is that too many women are going for unnecessary mammograms. It was a controversial book and prompted a dissenting email to the show from Dr. Paula Gordon, a clinical professor in the radiology depart ...…
 
Annie Bergeron-Oliver, CTV News; Kathleen Wynne, Former Ontario Premier; Christy Clark, Former B.C. Premier; Joy Malbon, CTV News; Paul Workman, CTV News; Jodie Emery, Cannabis Activist; Trina Fraser, Brazeau Seller law; Sandy Garossino, National Observer; Brian Platt, National Post; Bill Curry, The Globe and Mail.…
 
If you're a strategic voter, and want to know how to vote in your riding, please visit www.votewell.ca and see the recommendation about the best voting strategy. Not sure where to vote? Visit www.elections.ca Please be sure to vote -- regardless of your political stripes, democracy and the right to choose who governs us is a right we should all ...…
 
If you're a strategic voter, and want to know how to vote in your riding, please visit www.votewell.ca and see the recommendation about the best voting strategy. Not sure where to vote? Visit www.elections.ca Please be sure to vote -- regardless of your political stripes, democracy and the right to choose who governs us is a right we should all ...…
 
Justin Trudeau has offered very little opposition to Quebec's Bill 21 that would prevent people wearing visible religious attire from holding positions of authority in the civil service, such as a teacher. The Toronto Sun's Brian Lilley argues Trudeau would never give a similar pass to other provinces like Ontario and Alberta, currently governe ...…
 
The election campaign is in its final stretch and the possibility of a minority government now seems very real. Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne and Althia Raj join Rosemary Barton to talk about how the parties are positioning themselves on this issue. Plus, a look at the missed opportunities of the campaign.…
 
The CBC sues the Conservative Party of Canada for copying them! Plus, Toronto journalists and writers push back on the kind of space public libraries should be. Wikimedia Chief of Staff Ryan Merkley co-hosts. This episode is brought to you by Freshbooks, Endy, Babbel, and listeners like you. Please consider becoming one of our monthly supporter ...…
 
In past election campaigns, debt and deficits have dominated the conversation. Think of Paul Martin's demand in the 1990s to slay the deficit dragon ,come hell or high water., Even in the last federal election, the NDP ran on a promise of balancing the budget. This time around, concerns about debt and deficits are barely registering. The Agenda ...…
 
Omar Sachedina, CTV News; Anne McGrath, NDP Campaign Adviser; Carlene Variyan, Liberal Campaign Spokesperson; Jenni Byrne, Conservative Strategist; Samantha Power, Author, "The Education of an Idealist: A Memoir"; Laura Stone, The Globe and Mail; Susan Delacourt, Toronto Star; Joël-Denis Bellavance, La Presse.…
 
Delivering energy for the greater grid: A perspective on the evolving North American Utility SectorBy Empire Club of Canada.
 
Polls are showing that a minority government is a very real possibility, prompting increasing talk of a Liberal coalition with the NDP. To appeal to progressive voters, both parties are targeting the oil and gas industry turning Alberta into somewhat of a villain. Justin Trudeau is vulnerable to on this issue because he purchased the Trans Moun ...…
 
The call themselves the Canadian Kennedys. And they’re one of the most famous political dynasties to ever exist in this country. But the rise of the Ford family has been marred by violence and self-destruction at almost every turn. The story of the Fords is tragic — for them, for everyone who falls into their orbit, and for the people of Toront ...…
 
When you're dead, who inherits your twitter followers? Who controls your Instagram profile, or you're your online trading account? It's not something that many of us think about, but author Sharon Hartung's has researched this delicate online issue. She joins The Agenda to talk about her book, "Your Digital Undertaker: Exploring Death in the Di ...…
 
Most of Canada's population lives in cities along the southern border. That means during a federal election campaign, issues such as transit, housing, and affordability translate into complicated cross-jurisdictional problems. The Agenda discusses what the parties are offering on key urban priorities.…
 
Glen McGregor, CTV News; Annie Bergeron-Oliver, CTV News; Kevin Gallagher, CTV News; Rob Walsh, Fmr. Parliamentary Law Clerk; Greg Fergus, Liberal Candidate – Quebec; Michael Barrett, Conservative Candidate – Ontario; Jenny Kwan, NDP Candidate, British Columbia; Samantha Nutt, War Child Canada; Tom Mulcair, CTV News Political Commentator; Tonda ...…
 
Panel Discussion: Craig Worden, Brett Chang, Jo Vos, Andrea Paine, Moderated By: Vanmala SubramaniamBy Empire Club of Canada.
 
The last two federal leaders' debates took place this week - the English debate and the second French debate. Did they change the conversation, or the race? Nam Kiwanuka talks to Erin Kelly, CEO of Advanced Symbolics Inc., the pollster with Polly, the artificial intelligence algorithm that's watching this all very closely.…
 
The Agenda's weekly review includes debriefing the federal English-language leaders' debate. Then, a discussion of where the parties stand on climate policy. And, journalist Robyn Doolittle discusses her book, "Had It Coming: What's Fair in the Age of #MeToo."By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Every election has its own rhythm: what issues matter, who gets traction, what does and doesn't end up defining the race. For more than 40 years, Jeffrey Simpson has watched politicians across Canada campaign. The Governor-General's award-winning author and former Globe and Mail national affairs columnist talks to Steve Paikin about his impress ...…
 
What do the federal parties say about LGBTQ issues? (No we're not talking about gay marriage). And uh...why is no one talking about foreign policy? Guests: Erica Lenti, senior editor at Xtra, and National Post columnist Colby Cosh. Follow Erica at @ericalenti and find Colby @colbycosh. Read Xtra's story on their LGBTQ2 candidate survey here. Re ...…
 
Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-François Blanchet has revived the fortunes of the separatist party in Quebec. Blanchet performed well in both the French and English debates and has aligned the federal bloc with Quebec's right leaning CAQ government. While both the Liberals and the Conservatives were both hoping to expand their seat count in the prov ...…
 
Board games are enjoying a resurgence in popularity. Is it an ironic-retro thing or just a good way to spend some leisure time? The Agenda talks to board-game enthusiasts who say those activities are so much more than just fun and games, but rather, a window into the human condition.By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
American comedian, actor, and musician in the band Valley Lodge, Dave Hill is immensely proud of his one-quarter Canadian roots. Fuelled by his grandfather's assertion that Canada is the greatest nation on earth, Hill set out years later to discover the truth. The result is his book, "Parking the Moose: One American's Epic Quest to Uncover His ...…
 
It's been quite the week for the bottom-line of Canadian colonialism. First, a blunt assessment of what the lives of First Nations' kids are worth as the Liberals push to quash compensation for damage done by the child welfare system. Then, as part of an election scrum, a reporter casually suggests that covering the cost of access to safe, clea ...…
 
Nik Nanos, Nanos Research; Greg Weston, Earnscliffe Strategy Group; Kate Harrison, Summa Strategies; Karl Bélanger, Douglas-Coldwell Foundation; Greg MacEachern, Proof Strategies; Shawn McCarthy, Sussex Strategy Group; Merran Smith, Clean Energy Canada; Campbell Clark, The Globe and Mail; Vanmala Subramaniam, National Post; Claudio Fracassi, Th ...…
 
This episode originally aired on May 3, 2015 It's possible that Chantal Hébert's journalism once held Canada together. She joins Jesse for a discussion about what's appropriate in political news coverage, and what (if anything) needs to change. The episode is brought to you by Dispatch Coffee, Babbel, Blinkist, and listeners like you. Please c ...…
 
This week The House heads to Quebec to hear from voters and politicians in key ridings across the province. Federal party leaders need to win over Quebeckers to win the election and there are many tight three-way races in the province’s 78 ridings. Polls suggest the political ground is shifting in La Belle Province, with the Bloc Québécois on t ...…
 
Northern Ontario needs immigrants to fill jobs and keep its economy going. The federal government has addressed the need with a pilot project to direct newcomers to rural and northern areas, but what will happen after the election? Northwestern Ontario Hub reporter Jon Thompson fills us in.By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Annie Bergeron-Oliver, CTV News; Kevin Gallagher, CTV News; Yves Giroux, Parliamentary Budget Officer; Maureen Harquail, Conservative Commentator; Nathan Cullen, Outgoing NDP MP; Susan Smith, BlueSky Strategy Group; Lloyd Robertson, CTV News Special Correspondent; Craig Oliver, CTV News; Joyce Napier, CTV News.…
 
Adjectives and adverbs 0:38Religion and politics 4:54In praise of waiting 33:20Doc: Japanese POW story 40:56Immigration election issu 1:04:15Black Sox scandalMail about John BercowCornish pasties
 
This is why First Nations and volunteers are feeding grizzly bears in rural British Columbia. Pictures of a mother bear and her cubs were snapped by a wildlife photographer that appeared to show the trio looking emaciated. It revealed to the general public what locals already knew - the bears were starving due to lack of salmon. Ernest Alfred f ...…
 
Earlier this week, 14-year old Devan Bracci-Selvey was stabbed in front of his Hamilton school while his mother watched in horror. Toronto Sun crime columnist Brad Hunter visited Hamilton and spoke with teachers and students. Bracci-Selvey was bullied constantly since the beginning of the school year. The Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School ...…
 
Ontario is a huge province, and most of it is north of the French River. For transportation infrastructure, that means long distances and complex needs. For federal parties in this election, does it make for defining platform ideas? The Agenda finds out from Charles Cirtwill, president & CEO of the Northern Policy Institute.…
 
Climate change is on the minds of voters in the federal election, and with only a few weeks until E-Day, they're still looking for answers to how parties intend do Canada's part to tackle the world-wide issue. The Agenda examines where the major parties stand on everything from pipelines to carbon taxes, and what their climate-action plans look ...…
 
Joyce Napier, CTV News; Jason Kenney, Alberta Premier; Tom Mulcair, CTV News political commentator; Kerim Uras, Turkish Ambassador to Canada; Mostafa Askari, Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy; Pedro Antunes, Conference Board of Canada; Rachel Aiello, CTV News; Stephanie Levitz, Canadian Press; Kristy Kirkup, The Globe and Mail.…
 
The article Mike referred to during the pod is available here: https://www.thestar.com/politics/federal/2019/10/09/anatomy-of-a-manufactured-election-scandal.html?fbclid=IwAR3kXzJaPuiz-N-PR4h1PUAda0qUioT29qWVKIuoiO7cshw049f0UTXfgvkBy cameron bishop, Lee-Anne Goodman, mike macdougall.
 
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