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The best newspaper in Canada is a podcast. Every Monday, we bring you original reporting on the most interesting story in the country. Every Thursday, we bring you analysis of the Canadian media. We break stories today that determine tomorrow's news cycle. We hold the powerful to account, and we scrutinize institutions and individuals that others won't. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Under Volume 57, the McGill Law Journal became the first Canadian legal journal to launch a significant podcast series. Each episode provides a forum for discussing important legal questions, while connecting with our audience in a deeper way. Envoyez-nous un courriel à journal.law@mcgill.ca si vous avez des questions ou des suggestions.
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This series of podcasts has the following themes: 1) About the Quebec Native Women's organization (QNW); 2) Indigenous women and colonization; 3) Educational materials and workshops available from the QNW; 4) An exploration inside an Indigenous women's shelter; 5) The different terms and forms of family violence; 6) Why doesn't she leave?; 7) From bad to worse - the escalation of violence; 8) How Indigenous family violence is portrayed in the dominant discourse; 9) Forced sterilization of In ...
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uOCourant, votre balado de choix pour les conversations intelligentes, inspirantes et divertissantes avec des membres de notre communauté universitaire de partout dans le monde. Retrouvez Gwen Madiba (M.A. 2012; B.Sc.Soc. 2008) qui anime des discussions stimulantes sur les sujets de l’heure avec des chercheurs et des diplômés à l’avant-garde de leur domaine. | uOttaKnow, a podcast that illuminates, inspires and entertains! Make uOttaKnow your go-to podcast for conversations with our uOttawa ...
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If it weren’t for the Globe and Mail, would Prime Minister Trudeau have publicly accused India of being involved in the killing of Hardeep Nijjar? And Canada loses 70 newspapers as Metroland ends their print circulation. Host: Jesse Brown Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Manag…
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André Proulx is a wine writer who has worked for Newstalk 1010, CTV News, Quench Magazine, and Toronto Life. As dollars in traditional media disappear for journalists, it’s getting harder and harder to make money writing lifestyle content — including wine writing. In today’s landscape, is one of Canada’s most influential wine writers double-dipping…
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Le 10 septembre 2001, Rima Elkouri devient chroniqueuse au journal La Presse. Le 11 septembre 2001, elle devient chroniqueuse arabe. Rima se joint à Emilie pour réfléchir aux histoires nécessaires et nuancées qu'elle écrit depuis les 25 dernières années. Puis, dix ans après la présentation de la Charte des valeurs québécoises à l’Assemblée national…
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Oh what a circus, oh what a show, as a newly reenergized Conservative Party of Canada holds its first convention with Pierre Poilievre as leader. Under this tent, everyone from anti-trans activists to British aristocrats are apparently welcome, because nothing says “populism” like telling people you know what’s best for them. And as the strike at T…
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Rob Goodman was a congressional staffer in the US and as a rising authoritarian movement brought America to the brink of a coup, he did what all Americans threaten to do when they are fed up with their country: he moved to Canada. Now an Assistant Professor in the department of Politics and Public Administration at Toronto Metropolitan University, …
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We’re beginning to see the consequences of the Greenbelt scandal. Why does Premier Ford refuse to take accountability? As the trial for the convoy organizers begins, Tamara Lich’s cult of personality is ramping up in the press. Host: Jesse Brown Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Annette Ejiofor…
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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. Host: Jesse Brown Credits: Cassidy Villebrun-Buracas (Associate Producer), Tristan Capacchione (Audio Ed…
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Le modèle familial traditionnel est en pleine évolution. Comment l'adoption internationale s’inscrit-elle dans les conversations actuelles autour de la parentalité ? Emilie invite Amandine Gay pour discuter de son travail en tant que cinéaste, autrice et militante qui lutte pour les personnes adoptées et, plus précisément, pour leur prise de parole…
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With more provinces jumping aboard the prejudiced pronoun panic, Jesse and Karyn pick apart the misleading narratives that are helping fuel it. They also shine light on a legal battle the Toronto Star has quietly been waging to protect a confidential source. Host: Jesse Brown Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Techn…
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In the past several years, Loblaws, Metro and Empire have spent billions on their own stock - And at a time of food price inflation and grocery workers on strike. Why are they doing it? And why do some economists say stock buybacks should be abolished? Featured in this episode: William Lazonick, professor emeritus of economics at University of Mass…
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With Canadians in the North and West fleeing their homes to escape the encroaching infernos, wouldn’t it be great if there were places online they could congregate to share news? Ollie Williams of Yellowknife’s Cabin Radio joins Jonathan to examine how the wildfire evacuations in the Northwest Territories have offered a (surprisingly encouraging!) …
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After months of national coverage, we still don't really know. Today we're going to hear from a senior journalist, about his skepticism regarding Foreign Interference. We're going to hear an editorial, an opinion - but a reported opinion and an informed one. Bruce Livesey knows about which he speaks - he knows about the specific newsrooms of which …
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AVERTISSEMENT : Dans cet épisode, nous discutons de violence à caractère sexuelle et de violence basée sur le genre, y compris la violence impliquant des mineurs. Si vous êtes à la recherche de soutien, le lien suivant vous dirigera vers des ressources à travers le Canada : https://canadianwomen.org/fr/vous-cherchez-un-soutien/ Alors que le mouveme…
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Does Pierre Poilievre touting conspiracy theories count as news? And will the revelations about Doug Ford’s development of the Greenbelt amount to anything? Host: Jesse Brown Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief) Guest: Nora Loreto…
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In Cuba wide public access to the internet is only a few years old. The press is still severely restricted by the government. But there is something of a small podcast boom taking shape in the country. So in a country where the press is under constant threat of intimidation, interrogation, and being jailed, how do you make a podcast that can challe…
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In this this two-part epsiode, we hear from McGill Law graduates whose unconventional careers challenge the typical image of what it means to be a lawyer or have a law degree. Our guests for part two are Aaron Wenner and Geeva Samynathan, both law graduates who decided to pursue entrepreneurial careers. Aaron is co-founder and CEO of CiteRight, a T…
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With Meta making good on its threat to expunge news from Facebook and Instagram, Canada’s publishers and broadcasters pin their hopes on the Competition Bureau to set things right. (We’re doomed?) And when the Liberals promised to plant 2 billion trees, they probably weren’t betting that anyone would actually try to keep count. The Narwhal’s Mike D…
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Jesse Brown might think himself quite the question master, but today the tables have turned and our guest host, the Jonathan Torrens, investigates the inner workings of this show's host. Is it possible to be too cynical? Featured in this episode: Jonathan Torrens, actor, performer and writer best known for his beef with Jesse Brown and hosting show…
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Xavier Watso, militant et créateur de contenu abénaki, se joint à Emilie pour discuter de l’évolution de la participation des personnes autochtones dans les médias québécois. Ayant récemment démissionné à la suite à 16 ans d’enseignement en art dramatique dans une école secondaire, Xavier nous partage également ses réflexions sur l’état actuel du s…
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Grocers sure are making it easy for us to be mad at them. And a serial killer, a landfill, and an all-too real metaphor playing out in Winnipeg. Plus Justin Trudeau and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau are calling it splits - and it’s probably all we’re going to hear about for the next while. Host: Jesse Brown Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thomps…
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Cet épisode traite de la manière dont un agresseur prend progressivement le contrôle de son partenaire et des tactiques utilisées pour y parvenir. Il est également question des réactions de lutte, d'immobilisation ou de fuite des victimes face aux situations de violence et des mesures que les victimes peuvent prendre pour reprendre le contrôle de l…
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What does Toronto’s response to the refugee crisis actually look like on the ground? Just across the street from the Canadaland office, a crisis unfolded: dozens of asylum seekers camping out as they were unable to get space in city shelters. Some had been there for weeks. After the federal government and the city both pledged that more support wou…
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Cet épisode aborde les différents termes et les différentes formes de violence et la manière dont ils sont utilisés contre une victime, ainsi que les conséquences pour ces victimes. Il se termine par plusieurs moyens d'aider une victime de violence familiale/domestique/de la part d'un partenaire intime.…
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Cet épisode aborde les nombreux facteurs qui font qu'une victime ne quitte pas une relation, et explique comment la préparation d'un départ doit inclure une certaine prévoyance et une certaine planification. La planification de la sécurité est également abordée, ainsi que certaines stratégies relatives à divers aspects de la violence familiale.…
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This episode discusses how an abuser gradually gains control over his or her partner and the tactics used for doing so. Also discussed are the victims' fight, freeze or flight reactions to abusive situations and the things victims can do to reclaim control over their life; from finding safety in a shelter to claiming financial compensation.…
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When anti-racism training goes wrong. Really, really wrong. How should the media talk about diversity, equity and inclusion responsibly? And, Canada has its very own James Bond and its retired RCMP Officer, Bill Majcher. Only, Majcher was arrested this week and Canadian media has barely scratched the surface when it comes to answering, “who is this…
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Dans cet épisode, j'interviewe l'ancienne vice-présidente de Femmes autochtones du Québec, Mary Jane Hannaburg. Elle parle de son rôle dans la lutte pour les femmes autochtones qui ont perdu leur statut juridique distinct lorsqu'elles ont épousé des partenaires non autochtones et de la façon dont cela est lié à la perte d'identité, à la marginalisa…
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Cet épisode présente une entrevue avec Julia Dube, notre coordinatrice pour le développement de matériel sur la non-violence, et elle discute du matériel éducatif et des ateliers que l'organisme Femmes Autochtones du Québec a à offrir.By Cherie Jacobs
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Huit ans après la publication du rapport final de la Commission de vérité et de réconciliation du Canada, cet épisode se penche sur les voies possibles des interactions entre les peuples autochtones et l'État canadien. Nous nous entretenons avec Jean Leclair, professeur de droit à l'Université de Montréal spécialiste du fédéralisme et du pluralisme…
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This episode discusses many factors why a victim does not leave a relationship, and how preparing to leave ought to include some foresight and planning. Safety planning is also discussed as well as some strategies for various aspects involved in family violence.By Cherie Jacobs
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This episode discusses the different terms and several forms of violence and how they are used against a victim, and what the consequences are for such victims. It concludes with several ways to help a victim of family/domestic/intimate partner violence.By Cherie Jacobs
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In this episode, I interview the Quebec Native Women's former Vice President Mary Jane Hannaburg. She discusses her role in the fight for Indigenous women who lost their separate legal status when they married non-Indigenous partners and how it is connected to the loss of identity, marginalization, and internal community divisions.…
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Episode 1 - In this first of a series of podcasts, I introduce the Quebec Native Women's Organization along with an interview of our now former Executive Director - Claudette Dumont-Smith. Claudette discusses some organizational goals and some key achievements. She also briefly discusses Canada's Bill S3 with respect to the Canadian Federal Indian …
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Our news editor, Jonathan Goldsbie, ventured out to find his inner Polkaroo by way of an exhibit on the history of Canadian children’s television programming at Toronto’s Myseum. As he’d heard rumours that our publisher Jesse Brown and intrepid reporter Cherise Seucharan were actually children themselves, once upon a time, he invited them along. Sk…
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Originaire de Shediac au Nouveau-Brunswick, Xavier Gould nous partage des extraits de son tout premier livre des fleurs comme moi, un recueil de poésie témoignant de son vécu en tant que jeune personne queer en Acadie. Au courant de cette discussion avec Emilie, Xavier partage ses réflexions autour de la transidentité, l’humour et la langue. Ensemb…
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Canada created a new pathway to permanent residency for a large number of Ukrainian refugees, as a group of asylum claimants from other countries were sleeping in the streets of Toronto. We discuss the political calculations involved in supporting displaced people. We also try to make sense of the ups and downs of the Bank of Canada. Host: Erica If…
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In this two-part episode, we hear from McGill Law graduates whose unconventional careers challenge the typical image of what it means to be a lawyer or have a law degree. Our guests for part one are Alba Stella Zuniga Ramos and Hanson Hossein, who have built careers in municipal politics and journalism, respectively. This episode is the first in th…
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“When you can’t afford to lose” is not just Navigator’s trademarked slogan; it’s also its core business proposition. Although it offers a range of services, from market research to communications, Navigator is best known as the firm to which Canada’s rich and powerful turn when facing a crisis that could cost them that wealth and power. Its highest…
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The Trudeau government won’t back down on Bill C-18 – except now they are. We also talk about the crypto crime that never happened, a threatening cop, Danielle Smith’s ‘vindication’ and updates to the Burns Lake Tribunal Hearing. Host: Jesse Brown Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Annette Ejiof…
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Last month the Globe and Mail reported that Anton Skyba, their photojournalist in Ukraine, applied to the Ukrainian government to have his press credentials renewed - and was denied. Ukrainian security services accused him of holding a Russian passport, demanded that he take a lie-detector test, and questioned whether his work as a journalist was a…
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Le 9 juin dernier, la ministre responsable de l’habitation au Québec propose le projet de loi 31 qui, entre autres amendements, vise à permettre aux propriétaires de refuser une cession de bail sans motif sérieux. La cession de bail étant un outil important au Québec pour prévenir les augmentations de loyers déraisonnables, cette proposition du gou…
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Google and Meta respond to Bill C-18 by threatening to block Canadian news. And the first woman to head up the Assembly of First Nations is out after just two years, due to some combination of any or all of her own alleged misconduct, a conspiracy to depose her, and/or run-of-the-mill misogyny. Host: Jonathan Goldsbie Credits: Aviva Lessard (Produc…
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Bill C-11, commonly known as the Online Streaming Act, has been riddled with controversy since its introduction in June of last year, through to its adoption as law in April 2023. Canada’s first major reform of the Broadcasting Act since 1991, the Act aims to promote Canadian content on online streaming services, in part by extending the regulatory…
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Marc joins Jesse for a conversation about his plans to emigrate to Vancouver and the differences between Canada and the U.S. when it comes to fascism, comedy, and Jews. Further reading: Marc interviews Lorne Michaels: http://www.wtfpod.com/podcast/episodes/episode_653_-_lorne_michaels Jesse interviews Hart Pomerantz: https://www.canadaland.com/podc…
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Toronto Star owner Nordstar and Postmedia are in talks to merge - a death knell to Canadian print media. Jesse and co-host Jaskaran Sandhu unpack the killing of Sikh community leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surrey - possibly at the hands of the Indian government. AND an expose of alleged misbehaviour at a middle school in Brampton. Host: Jesse Brow…
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This episode explores the practice of solitary confinement in Canada and the winding road toward its abolition. Our two guests, Andrea Monteiro (former Director of Corrections for the Yukon Government and founder of Ethical Correctional Consulting, Inc.) and Nora Demnati (a Montreal-based prison lawyer and instructor at McGill’s Faculty of Law) bri…
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Vancouver’s SROs are home to some of the most vulnerable people in the province, and some of the most challenging housing to run. So when Atira Women’s Resource Society stepped up to run several buildings, concerns that the CEO was in a relationship with the CEO of BC Housing, the provincial corporation in charge of that housing, were dismissed. In…
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