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COMMONS Presents: Inside Kabul INSIDE KABUL is a multi-award winning series that follows the daily life of two young Afghan women, Marwa and Raha. Both have been recording their daily lives since the arrival of the Taliban in August 2021. Should they stay? Leave? And when they leave, what does exile look like? As they contemplate their futures, Raha and Marwa exchange and record hundreds of voice notes with noted French journalist Caroline Gillet. What emerges is a raw and incredibly intimat ...
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Making sense of the political decisions that affect your life. Every Saturday, host Catherine Cullen takes you to Parliament Hill — and across Canada — for in-depth coverage and analysis of the week’s major political news.
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The Agenda with Steve Paikin is TVO's flagship current affairs program - devoted to exploring the social, political, cultural and economic issues that are changing our world, at home and abroad. The Agenda airs weeknights at 8:00 PM EST on TVO - Canada's largest educational broadcaster.
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Cut through the spin with Canada’s top political journalists. Host Rosemary Barton and columnists Althia Raj, Chantal Hébert and Andrew Coyne break down the week’s biggest political stories shaping the country. Brought to you by CBC News: The National. New episodes drop every Friday.
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Your Twitter feed is a dumpster fire, and dinner table discussions aren’t exactly what they used to be. That’s why in 2024, The Backbench is going to bring the issues that matter into focus — and have fun doing it. With the next federal election looming, host Mattea Roach (Jeopardy! Super Champion) and featured guests will help you make sense of Canadian politics with a mix of engaging, myth-busting, rug-pulling analysis and personal stories straight from the mouths of those caught in the cr ...
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Every weekday afternoon, Power & Politics guides Canadians through the country's political news, with a regular cast of political panellists and the continuously unfolding drama of the Canadian political scene.
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COMMONS Presents: Inside Kabul INSIDE KABUL is a multi-award winning series that follows the daily life of two young Afghan women, Marwa and Raha. Both have been recording their daily lives since the arrival of the Taliban in August 2021. Should they stay? Leave? And when they leave, what does exile look like? As they contemplate their futures, Raha and Marwa exchange and record hundreds of voice notes with noted French journalist Caroline Gillet. What emerges is a raw and incredibly intimat ...
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Your Twitter feed is a dumpster fire, and dinner table discussions aren’t exactly what they used to be. That’s why in 2024, The Backbench is going to bring the issues that matter into focus — and have fun doing it. With the next federal election looming, host Mattea Roach (Jeopardy! Super Champion) and featured guests will help you make sense of Canadian politics with a mix of engaging, myth-busting, rug-pulling analysis and personal stories straight from the mouths of those caught in the cr ...
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A monthly podcast grappling with the reality of four more infuriating years with the Fords and what that means for Ontario. Hosted by Allison Smith and Jonathan Goldsbie. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Roy Green Show

Global News / Curiouscast

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Roy Green’s resume is outstanding. He is a three time consecutive winner of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters national Gold Ribbon award, Canada’s most prestigious broadcast award. Listeners need not read his resume to know that Roy is a passionate advocate for the average Canadian, with an unshakable desire for justice and a deep and abiding love for his country. No wonder Roy’s show has been cited by Canada’s parliamentary newspaper as required listening for federal politicians. You ...
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#onpoli, a TVO podcast, is all about Ontario politics. Join hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath for candid interviews and a deeper understanding of how politics touches our day-to-day lives. When it comes to #onpoli, we're here to give you the bigger picture.
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Making sense of the political decisions that affect your life. Every Saturday, host Catherine Cullen takes you to Parliament Hill — and across Canada — for in-depth coverage and analysis of the week’s major political news.
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Policy Options is a digital magazine published by the Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP) in Montreal, Quebec. It features daily articles on issues of public policy by contributors from academia, research institutions, the political world, the public service and the non-profit and private sectors. We’re committed to introducing our listeners to a diversity of viewpoints on the important public policy challenges of our time. Twitter: https://twitter.com/IRPP Facebook: https://www.f ...
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Kathleen Petty sits down with politicians, pundits, and other thoughtful westerners for conversations about the priorities, preoccupations and politics of Albertans and others who are West of Centre.
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CPAC Today in Politics

Mark Sutcliffe, CPAC

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CPAC Today in Politics starts each weekday in Canadian politics with the latest news headlines, a summary of topical opinions from columnists, editorialists and pundits and a preview of the day's events and activities. Hosted by veteran writer and broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe, CPAC Today in Politics provides you with the information you need to understand what's driving public policy and political decision-making and tells you what to watch for in the day ahead. This podcast is only available ...
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Canada is Boring

Jesse Harley, Rhys Waters

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Canada, boring? Nope, its a land of bizarre events and crazy people. Join Rhys (A new Canadian) as he attempts to convince Jesse (Your average disengaged Canadian) that it’s actually a fiery rollercoaster of a country. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Canadian Patriot Podcast bringing together Canadians to discuss , Canadian current events and issues, firearms, self reliance, and personal liberty. New episodes air weekly and the live unedited show is normally recorded Monday night at 9 eastern on You Tube.
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This is Vancouver’s bona fide culture and politics podcast. Hosted by Mo Amir, parse through the relevant issues with the city’s most colourful personalities. With its heart on its sleeve and caution thrown to the wind, this is a podcast that is provocative, informative, and sometimes emotional. This is VANCOLOUR
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The 2020 Network, presented by Interac, is a single-subscribe podcast channel home to multiple shows dedicated to the #cdnpoli nerd in us all. The network features smart, curious, and entertaining conversations that go deeper than the headlines. Produced in-house at the Canada 2020 studios.
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Throughout history, only 12 women have served as First Minister in Canada. Put another way: there have been more than three times as many First Ministers named ‘John,’ than there have been women. No Second Chances explores the experiences of women in politics through the lens of Canada's 12 female first ministers and their rise and fall from power. A Canada 2020 Special Project.
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In Conversation with Paul Wells

Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)

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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 ...
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What a week, on both sides of the border. In Canada, cabinet minister Seamus O’Regan’s departure necessitated a mini shuffle. With the prime minister expected to head off to vacation soon, will the summer provide a bit of a pause — or are there more moves to come from the beleaguered government? Two keen Hill watchers join The House to discuss. Als…
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What a week, on both sides of the border. In Canada, cabinet minister Seamus O’Regan’s departure necessitated a mini shuffle. With the prime minister expected to head off to vacation soon, will the summer provide a bit of a pause — or are there more moves to come from the beleaguered government? Two keen Hill watchers join The House to discuss. Als…
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Fresh off the premier’s meeting, David Eby is angry at Ottawa and making amends with premiers like Danielle Smith. The BC Conservatives pitch privatization to patch over the problems in our primary care system. Federally, Seamus O’Regan steps down as Labour Minister, another minister is under the ethics spotlight and the grocery stores agree to a c…
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Find out more! https://bio.to/canboring This podcast is hosted two idiots and created purely for entertainment purposes. By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that the CIB Podcast makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions presented in t…
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Did you know that parliament is full of 'willing traitors'? All our links: https://bio.to/canboring This podcast is hosted two idiots and created purely for entertainment purposes. By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that the CIB Podcast makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featur…
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July 19, 2024 - CBC News has learned Canada is already in discussions on how to avoid Donald Trump's threatened 10 per cent tariff on imports if he is elected president of the United States in November. Power & Politics hears from Laura Dawson, executive director of Future Border Institute, on fears of a looming trade war. Plus, Foreign Affairs Min…
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July 18, 2024 - Former U.S. president Donald Trump is set to accept his nomination as the Republican presidential nominee in a primetime address tonight. The speech will be his first public remarks since Saturday's assassination attempt. Power & Politics hears from former governor of Arkansas and former Republican presidential candidate Asa Hutchin…
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On May 29 and 30 in Ottawa, Canada 2020 hosted our annual Economic Reconciliation Summit: The Indigenous-led Economy 2024. This gathering brought together Indigenous leaders from across sectors and territories for a vital day of conversation and engagement to explore the balance between growth and sustainability, and ensure that reconciliation is a…
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Today an encore presentation of an episode that originally aired on January 23rd. For the most part the old saying that foreign policy isn't what Canadians vote on, but does that mean Canadian governments and political parties take a pass on worrying about foreign matters? Time for another great Moore Butts conversation, this time #13 of our series…
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Live (on tape) from the intersection of Richmond and Spadina, it’s the fifth annual(ish) Douggie Awards, celebrating the most surreal and mendacious moments of the past year in Ford. What was the Most Blatant Conflict of Interest? Who offered the Best Spin? Like the Emmys, we take things that actually aren’t that funny at all and stuff them into co…
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Marwa and Raha are relearning daily life. Raha seeks comfort in anything that has not changed since the arrival of the Taliban, in the few dwindling spaces of freedom that remain. While Marwa discovers new things in the Abu Dhabi refugee camp. By Caroline Gillet with Marwa and Raha. The original podcast broadcast on France INTER / RADIO FRANCE © RA…
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Marwa and Raha are relearning daily life. Raha seeks comfort in anything that has not changed since the arrival of the Taliban, in the few dwindling spaces of freedom that remain. While Marwa discovers new things in the Abu Dhabi refugee camp. By Caroline Gillet with Marwa and Raha. The original podcast broadcast on France INTER / RADIO FRANCE © RA…
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INSIDE KABUL is a multi-award winning series by journalist Caroline Gillet that follows the daily life of two young Afghan women, Marwa and Raha. Both have been recording their daily lives since the arrival of the Taliban in August 2021. Should they stay? Leave? And when they leave, what does exile look like? Raha and Marwa record voice notes on th…
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INSIDE KABUL is a multi-award winning series by journalist Caroline Gillet that follows the daily life of two young Afghan women, Marwa and Raha. Both have been recording their daily lives since the arrival of the Taliban in August 2021. Should they stay? Leave? And when they leave, what does exile look like? Raha and Marwa record voice notes on th…
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July 17, 2024 - Premiers wrapped their summer meeting today in Halifax, united in their frustration with Ottawa. Ontario Premier Doug Ford said the premiers 'get pissed' when the federal government intervenes in provincial jurisdiction. Power & Politics hears from Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston and Alberta Premier Danielle Smith. Housing Minister …
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July 16, 2024 - Canada's 13 premiers are gathering in Halifax for the annual Council of the Federation meeting and they're sending Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a message: stick to your lane. P&P hears from B.C. Premier David Eby and N.L. Premier Andrew Furey. Plus, Donald Trump has selected Ohio Senator J.D. Vance as his running mate. Vance's form…
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As promised, today's show is the first of four special programs during this summer of 2024. It just so happens it comes after a weekend assassination attempt on Donald Trump and on day one of his party's national convention in Milwaukee. Veteran journalist Keith Boag has been our guide this year on US politics and he's with us again today.…
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On May 29 and 30 in Ottawa, Canada 2020 hosted our annual Economic Reconciliation Summit: The Indigenous-led Economy 2024. This gathering brought together Indigenous leaders from across sectors and territories for a vital day of conversation and engagement to explore the balance between growth and sustainability, and ensure that reconciliation is a…
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The fascinating story of the founder of a small BC gang from the Fraser Valley that grew into an international crime group. All our links: https://bio.to/canboring This podcast is hosted two idiots and created purely for entertainment purposes. By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that the CIB Podcast makes no warranty, guarantee, or representa…
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Today's Podcast: The assassination attempt against Donald Trump Guest: Dr. Zuhdi Jasser. Nuclear cardiologist, Phoenix. Former U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander and Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in November's general election. Strong Donald Trump supporter. Muslim and author of Battle for the Soul of Islam. Also Phoenix radio talk show host. …
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The assassination attempt against Donald Trump Guest: Dr. Zuhdi Jasser. Nuclear cardiologist, Phoenix. Former U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander and Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in November's general election. Strong Donald Trump supporter. Muslim and author of Battle for the Soul of Islam. Also Phoenix radio talk show host. Learn more about …
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On March 3, 2005, four RCMP officers were ambushed and murdered on the farm of James Rozsko near Mayorthorpe, Alberta. Single greatest loss of life among RCMP officers in one incident in the history of the force to that date. One of the officers was Brock Myrol whose father Keith is a singer/songwriter and recipient of the Saskatchewan Country Musi…
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More with Keith and Colleen Myrol. Keith wrote the song Heroes following his son's murder and has written a new song titled: Saturday Jimmy went to war, Instead of for Beer with the Boys. There is a powerful message in this song about the state of the world today and Keith Myrol will speak to that, as well as the West needing to support Ukraine wit…
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Back to the assassination attempt on Donald Trump. The dean of American pollsters John Zogby, founder of John Zogby Strategies(.com) and co-host of The Zogby Report podcast with his son Jeremy, joins me for a "two friends who have decades of experience reading the lay of the land in the U.S. and beyond discuss major events, such as the assassinatio…
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Assassination attempt against Donald Trump. How may this affect the U.S. national election for November 5? Might the attempt on Trump's life cool the political rhetoric in the U.S. and perhaps Canada, at least somewhat? Or will it serve to turn up the heat? What does polling in the U.S. (and Canada) suggest the mood of Americans (and Canadians) wou…
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A recent National Post op ed by Adam Zivo was headlined "We either help Ukraine now or face a possible Russian threat in the future." Adam Zivo has spent 2 years living in Ukraine since the Russian invasion of that country and experienced the missile attacks, the loss of power and heat in winter, all of which he will talk about. There is as well a …
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Canada's business community is challenging PM Justin Trudeau on this country's failing to meet 2% of GDP on military spending as demanded by membership in NATO. The Business Council of Canada president/CEO Goldy Hyder sent a letter to Trudeau urging him to meet the NATO military spending requirement. - Following the NATO meetings this past week in …
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A new on air broadcast career begins. Tom Craig who for the past year has with determination and success taken on the role of tech producer / call screener for RGS is leaving us to begin his very first on air venture, The Tom Craig Show, in Port Alberni, British Columbia. Exciting time, as those of us who have spent years at the microphone well rem…
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Today's podcast: European military commanders warning of imminent war with Russia (within the next 2 years). With that backdrop the NATO conference took place this week in Washington where President Joe Biden's mental acuity continued to be questioned and Canada increasingly came under pressure from senior U.S. government, as well as other NATO off…
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European military commanders warning of imminent war with Russia (within the next 2 years). With that backdrop the NATO conference took place this week in Washington where President Joe Biden's mental acuity continued to be questioned and Canada increasingly came under pressure from senior U.S. government, as well as other NATO officials demanding …
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MAID. Medical Assistance in Dying. Canadian federal law Bill C-7 allows a person in Canada who meets specific medical/health criteria to be granted MAID. Still contested by various individuals and groups, increasingly Canadians are dying with a physician's or nurse practitioner's direct assistance. We speak with a BC family doctor who has, by her o…
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Op ed: University of Windson shamefully caves to anti-Israel protesters. Are Canadian universities true hotbeds for antisemitism and how to address? Guest: Avi Benlolo. Founder and CEO of the Abraham Global Peace Initiative Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Global News / Curiouscast
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Something's Rotten in Denmark at least with that country's livestock carbon tax. Beginning in 2030 Denmark's livestock farmers, as in cattle, sheep and pigs, will be forced to remit a carbon tax for their farm animals farts and belching. Might it be possible that Canada, without fully considering the impact, would introduce a similar tax here? Gues…
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A sudden pause in the war of words and legal action between the federal and Saskatchewan governments. A hearing scheduled at the Federal Court yesterday was cancelled as the Saskatchewan and federal governments are in reportedly in talks. On Monday the Saskatchewan Attorney General stated the province had sought and been granted an emergency injunc…
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Tonight Canada's national soccer team faces off against Uruguay iin the Cope America, the world's oldest major soccer tournament playing for the 3rd place medal. Brazil, considered by millions worldwide to be the world's greatest soccer nation has already been eliminated from the COPA competition. Canada's national team coach Jesse Marsch is also c…
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Warren is a Western Canada listener and American immigrant to Canada who sent our program an email in which he argues if Donald Trump wins the November 5, U.S. general election and is returned to the White House as president, it is possible that Justin Trudeau may be returned as PM, perhaps with a majority government. Warren suggests Trudeau would …
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The fate of Joe Biden's presidency loomed large over this week’s NATO meeting, but Justin Trudeau had some big news of his own — agreeing to a major increase in military spending. Canada’s ambassador to the U.S. joins The House to talk about the summit, the spending and this country’s response to the American political drama. Then, a dive into the …
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The fate of Joe Biden's presidency loomed large over this week’s NATO meeting, but Justin Trudeau had some big news of his own — agreeing to a major increase in military spending. Canada’s ambassador to the U.S. joins The House to talk about the summit, the spending and this country’s response to the American political drama. Then, a dive into the …
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On May 29 and 30 in Ottawa, Canada 2020 hosted our annual Economic Reconciliation Summit: The Indigenous-led Economy 2024. This gathering brought together Indigenous leaders from across sectors and territories for a vital day of conversation and engagement to explore the balance between growth and sustainability, and ensure that reconciliation is a…
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Interview with Paul Zikopoulos – Vice President, IBM Skills Vitality and Enablement In our latest episode of CGE Radio, J. Richard Jones speaks with Paul Zikopoulos, Vice President, IBM Skills Vitality and Enablement about artificial intelligence you can trust and deploy at scale in government / public sector. Paul is a renowned writer and speaker …
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July 11, 2024 - All eyes are on U.S. President Joe Biden as he delivers his first press conference of 2024. Power & Politics breaks down what's at stake for the president and the Democratic Party. And despite reports that some government officials are not happy with Chrystia Freeland, Trudeau defends his deputy prime minister. The Power Panel weigh…
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Episode 294: On the evening of December 21, 1883, near Bloomfield, Ontario, visitor Peter Lazier was murdered by two intruders at the farmhouse of Quakers Gilbert and Margaret Jones. The community, deeply affected, quickly organized a search. They traced footprints in the snow, leading to Joseph Thomset and the Lowder family's homes near West Lake.…
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Today an encore presentation of an episode that originally aired on December 12th. James Moore and Gerald Butts are back with us for the Moore Butts Conversation #12. We talk a lot about polls but what happens behind the scenes when the polls are released? What do the public and the press not see when the numbers cause chaos in one party or another…
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On May 29 and 30 in Ottawa, Canada 2020 hosted our annual Economic Reconciliation Summit: The Indigenous-led Economy 2024. This gathering brought together Indigenous leaders from across sectors and territories for a vital day of conversation and engagement to explore the balance between growth and sustainability, and ensure that reconciliation is a…
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Canada has passed a law preventing federally-regulated businesses from using scab workers. Bill C-58 passed in June and marked a significant milestone in the progress of worker’s rights. That it passed is notable; that it passed unanimously in an era of increasingly toxic polarization is quite remarkable, and speaks to the moment that labour is hav…
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All eyes are on Washington for what could be a make-or-break week for U.S. President Joe Biden. Former Democratic National Committee chair Howard Dean gives us his assessment. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has his own convincing to do. The Power Panel unpacks what's at stake for Trudeau as the Liberals make their Team Canada push in Wash…
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