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From the viral Instagram account @CommentsByCelebs comes the much awaited Comments By Celebs Podcast. Emma Diamond & Julie Kramer, the creative minds behind the account and self-proclaimed celeb experts, talk all things pop culture. Having a hard time keeping up with your favorite stars? They’re here to keep you informed. On Monday, Emma and Julie do a general pop-culture breakdown of everything that transpired in the last week. They come prepared with the facts, timelines, and analytical di ...
 
Perspective on CPAC examines world events that matter to Canadians. With dispatches from the field and expert analysis, our guests break down complex global issues and shed light on Canada’s role on the international stage. Alison Smith is one of Canada’s best known and respected broadcast journalists. As an anchor and reporter for more than three decades, she was a senior award-winning member of the CBC News team. She has reported from every Canadian province and territory and across the gl ...
 
Welcome back to the Beer O'Clock Australia Podcast! Join Angus and Dylan for the least timely news, strongest lager opinions and worst segues in podcasting. Tune in somewhere around the middle of every month for a range of eclectic segments - including recent favourites, desert island beers, cellar raiding and guest interviews - focusing on craft beer around the world from our Melbourne homes.
 
Every week Beaverton editor-in-chief Luke Gordon Field assembles some of the country's best comedians and writers to talk, mock and riff their way through the news of the week. Then he puts their knowledge to the test in a very important quiz where the winner gets absolute nothing. Part panel show, part interview, the Beaverton Weekly Report is an hilarious look at what's going on in the world around us. It'll be just like watching CNN, only funnier and with fewer erectile dysfunction ads.
 
Covert Contact covers the key national security, intelligence, and technology stories that are shaping our world. Covert Contact is hosted by Blogs of War creator John W. Little. His work and analysis has been featured on the BBC, CNN, CBC, ABC (Australia), PBS Newshour, Fast Company, CBS, and other international media outlets. The Blogs of War Twitter feed, @Blogsofwar, was selected as one of the top Twitter accounts of 2014 by Time magazine.
 
Covert Contact covers the key national security, intelligence, and technology stories that are shaping our world. Covert Contact is hosted by Blogs of War creator John W. Little. His work and analysis has been featured on the BBC, CNN, CBC, ABC (Australia), PBS Newshour, Fast Company, CBS, and other international media outlets. The Blogs of War Twitter feed, @Blogsofwar, was selected as one of the top Twitter accounts of 2014 by Time magazine.
 
VSP is the new podcast being launched by old (well, “veteran” anyway) Canadian comedian Steve Patterson. Comedy fans around the world know Steve Patterson as an award-winning stand-up comedian and the host of The Debaters on CBC Radio. With VSP, Steve aims to bring laughter and learning through interviews with experts who are actual experts and comedians who are actually funny. The weekly podcast begins with a monologue of the week’s events put together by Steve and some of his funniest come ...
 
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Emma and Isabel begin this week’s episode with a FULL timeline and debrief of Porsha William’s engagement to Simon Guobadia, her ‘friend’ Falynn’s ex. They go through all the social media posts, timeline of Falynn’s appearance on the show, the divorce, Dennis, and more. They then get into the special-edition episode of WWHL featuring kids of housew…
 
Karen Wirsig of Environmental Defense Canada explains the implications of the federal government's decision to classify plastics as 'toxic' for the purpose of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act; On his 1860 tour of Canada, the Prince of Wales visited Hiawatha First Nation. And the gifts he received at the time are going to loaned to back to …
 
Workers in Alberta's oilsands say COVID-19 outbreaks have left them fearing for their safety. CBC reporter Wallis Snowdon tells us what she's heard from workers about the conditions they face, and we discuss what's being done to protect them with Perry Berkenpas, executive director of the Oil Sands Community Alliance.…
 
Proposed tax reforms sent protesters into the streets of Colombia in recent weeks. But demonstrators continued to march even after the proposal was revoked, stoked by anger at inequalities exacerbated by this pandemic. To find out what's happening now, we speak with student and activist Stephanie Salazar in Medellin; Arlene Tickner, a professor of …
 
The crisis in the Middle East continues to escalate. We talk to Emanuel Gross, professor emeritus from the University of Haifa law school in Israel; Diana Buttu, a lawyer, analyst and former legal advisor to the Palestine Liberation Organization; and Daniel Levy, president of the U.S. / Middle East Project think tank and former advisor to former Is…
 
On this week’s KUWTK, the main focus is Scott’s worry about the family spending less time together once filming of the show wraps. He tries to insert himself into each family member’s daily activities and voices his concern to Kim and Khloé, who reassure him they are his brother no matter what. The second plot revolved around the viral Instagram ac…
 
Some U.S. states are offering people incentives to get a COVID-19 vaccine, including $100 US in West Virginia, and the chance to win $1 million US in Ohio. Here in Canada, Saskatchewan is linking reopening to vaccination rates. Matt Galloway discusses that plan with Dr. Alex Wong, an infectious diseases specialist in Regina. And we talk about the b…
 
The Prime Minister says this can be a 'one-shot' summer - meaning that anyone who is eligible will be able to get their first dose of a COVID vaccine before summer begins. What protection will that one shot provide? We ask Eric Arts a professor of microbiology and immunology at Western University in London; The provincial government is touting that…
 
Health minister Dorothy Shephard reitered what others have said before. The mental health system in NB is broken. And she's vowed to fix it, yesterday she announced 21 actions to improve things. New Brunswick's child and youth advocate Norman Bosse is also working on a report that point to changes needed.…
 
As the pandemic drags on, when will it be safe to travel? We talk to Ontario resident Jenn McNeil, who is hoping to make a trip to Cuba in August, as well as Richard VanderLubbe, president of the travel agency tripcentral.ca, and Ashleigh Tuite, an infectious disease epidemiologist at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toro…
 
Ontario, Alberta and B.C. have decided to pause administration of the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine as a first shot. Vancouver resident Ann Marie Platt already received it for her first dose, but is wondering if she can get a different vaccine for her second, because she has concerns about rare blood clots. We also talk to Globe and Mail heal…
 
Everything from beach volleyball to summer camps have been cancelled. It's been hard on people who love organized sports and outdoor activities. For more on how people are being affected we speak with Rebecca Gunter an associate professor in the school of kinesiology and health science at York University; Our Haydn Watters reports on the extent of …
 
Emma and Julie begin this weeks episode with a major update in the Bennifer rekindling - the two were spotted together in Montana. They then move on to news that John Mulaney and his wife Anna are divorcing. Next, a conversation sparked by a viral TikTok that showed Ben Affleck sending a match on Raya a video to prove his indentity. They get into p…
 
Show Notes Intro Lots of Housekeeping Apologies for the missed Ranking of Lagers, we'll set that right in due course. Aussie Beer Pods is back! News (3:22) Good Beer Week Calendar Launches Craft Beer Crew Zucc'd! We've already spoken to Matt, check out the last episode in the feed if you want more info! Bright Brewery launch Paktech Recycling Beer …
 
The number of young people put in custody has been drastically reduced and that has led the province to close a number of detention facilities. But as a consequence, those who are held are sometimes taken to facilities far from their family and support. We find out more from Linda Mussell, a political scientist from Queen's University in Kingston; …
 
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