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Best CBC News podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best CBC News podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Out in the Open brings you real talk about real life. Each week, Piya and the team tackle one timely topic from many different angles with energy, wit, and journalistic rigour. We hear directly from a diverse range of people with personal stories to tell and passionate opinions to share, and invite challenging perspectives into the conversation. We say to the audience: "You're thinking about it - let's talk about it. Out in the open."
 
CBC Radio's All In A Day is Ottawa's number one afternoon drive program -- and covers all of Eastern Ontario and West Quebec. Join Alan Neal each weekday for a fresh take on the news you need to know, regular weather and traffic updates, an overview of the best cultural events the area has to offer, and insightful interviews with politicians, musicians, thinkers and more. Contact the show at allinaday@cbc.ca or follow along on Twitter @cbcallinaday
 
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The Quajaq W. is still iced in. We talk to Labrador Marine about plan B for travelers. Professor Ivan Savic discusses the uncertain future of the Liberal Party of Newfoundland and Labrador. A special Olympic athlete from western Newfoundland will competing nationally in Thunder Bay. Lastly, our relationship columnist talks about strategies for intr…
 
This week we hear from two people in northern Ontario who's lives have been effected by the coronavirus outbreak...one in Japan the other in China. We also hear from Timmins MPP Gilles Bisson, a Sudburian who is coaching the NWT team at the Scotties, and a documentary on a hockey team from Moose Factory called the Scrappers.…
 
Nine people were shot dead at two shisha bars in Germany Wednesday night, in attacks which police are treating as domestic terrorism. Abdassamad el Yazidi — of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany — says his community doesn’t feel safe. And political scientist Marcel Dirsus says the attacks are just the latest in a series tied to the normaliza…
 
What the Oka crisis reveals about this week's pipeline standoff, COVID-19 sparks fears of a hockey stick shortage, Bernie Sanders impersonator James Adomian, charting U.S. Attorney General William Barr's next move, why pop music works, revisiting the death of Malcolm X and more.
 
From road blocks and injunctions, to who's land is it anyway? Legal scholar Wayne MacKay of Dalhousie's Schulich School of Law looks at the legality of the Coastal Gas pipeline protests and rail blockades gripping the country in support of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation.
 
On today's show, more of us shop online than ever before, but what we buy isn't always what we get. A CBC Marketplace investigation into counterfeit products being sold online found some interesting results, we'll hear from Team Bernice from Natuashish and how they're preparing for Cain's Quest. We'll head to L'Anse au Clair to talk about travel, W…
 
We first spoke with Kai Huang a few days after he arrived from China and was quarantined at CFB Trenton. We check in with him again as he prepares finally return to his home in the Ottawa area; Alex Ballingall of the Toronto Star discusses the continuing rail blockade, the negotiations that are underway and what options the government has if it hop…
 
Blockades continue to block railway traffic in the country, and Premier Scott Moe has spoken up calling for action. Regina LeaderPost columnist Murray Mandryk joins host Stefani Langenegger to talk about the provincial government's messaging on blockades, and how it plays to the public.
 
On today's show: after more than a month of quarantine in China and Canada, we check in with a Calgary family that's finally on their way home; a new court that was supposed to make the legal system easier for families has been put on hold by the Alberta Government. We hear what a family lawyer thinks; we tell you about an increasing traffic proble…
 
While ruling out deploying the army to lift Indigenous blockades restricting freight transport, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today called the blockades "unacceptable and untenable" and said they must come down. P&P speaks to Public Safety Minister Bill Blair, Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chief Woos, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, and of course, the Po…
 
A humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding in Syria's Idlib province. Nearly one million people have been displaced since a Russian-backed Syrian government offensive began in December, forcing hundreds of thousands of people to flee to ever-shrinking camps along the border with Turkey. Today on Front Burner, we talk to CNN senior correspondent Arwa D…
 
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