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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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Host Anastasia Bucsis, Two-time Canadian Olympic speedskater, brings her unique backstory to funny, friendly conversations with high performance athletes. No formulaic jock talk here ... these are buddies who understand each other, and help us do the same.
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CBC Sports Podcasts

CBC Sports Podcasts

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Each week, Off Guard explores one idea from the world of sports in three unconventional ways. Host Perdita Felicien eases fellow athletes into frank and funny discussion. Pete Mahovlich and Bob Cole savour Hockey Night nostalgia. Coach and Dad, Jamie Strashin packs a minivan full of stories about families at play. As Maple As features iconic sports broadcaster Ron MacLean who talks with Canadian Olympians exploring what it means to be Canadian on the world stage and how they celebrate the "m ...
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Iconic sports broadcaster Ron MacLean talks with Canadian Olympians exploring what it means to be Canadian on the world stage and how they celebrate the "maple" in all of us. Listen to the untold stories of triumph, defeat and true patriot love through intimate, in-depth and raw conversations with Olympic athletes past and present
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The Sports Council is a Washington-based show focused on sports in the Pacific Northwest. Along with host Jamie Council, listen to some of the more unique sports stories in the PNW. With a personality shaped by sports, and a professional background of traditional sports media, Jamie found that the stories she was most passionate about covering were the ones that might not otherwise be told of the good surrounding the greatness of the sports world. The Pacific Northwest is home to some of the ...
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CBC News correspondents take you behind the scenes as they cover the biggest events around the world. Personal stories from our reporters who were there while the story was breaking.
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Grapeline

SPORTSNET 590 The FAN

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People either love Don Cherry or hate him, but they all listen as he offers up the most entertaining and candid views on what's making news in hockey. Check in daily as Don and Brian Williams cover the sport from the minor leagues all the way up to the NHL.
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The Pivot with Ken Evans

APEX Public Relations Inc.

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Looking to push the marketing envelope? Want to find new ways to evolve your brand? Or simply want to hear those best in market speak to communications? Tune in to one of Canada’s top marketing and communications podcasts with host Ken Evans as he speaks to innovators, brand guru’s, PR pros, and industry experts.
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Tee It Up! with Keith Jones is an informative, insightful and cutting-edge hour-long nationally syndicated golf radio show, hosted by veteran sports broadcaster Keith Jones. Keith has been covering the game of golf regularly for more than 25 years and has covered many prestigious golf tournaments. Keith’s experience includes sports coverage for such networks as NBC, CBS, CBC and Mutual and now he brings his national broadcasting experience weekly to the golf world. Now in its 26th year, Tee ...
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Fashion Conversations with Bronwyn Cosgrave is a bi-weekly interview series featuring lively discussions with artistic luminaries working at the forefront of fashion. Bronwyn’s guests include leading designers, best-selling authors, filmmakers, museum curators and Hollywood stylists. Her conversations go deep. Guests reveal the secrets to their artistry, thoughts on social issues impacting fashion and the personal challenges they’ve overcome realizing their dreams. Bronwyn is the author of b ...
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Talk 'N Wrestling

Casey Corbin / NSN

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Welcome family, friends, fans & foes. This is Talk ’N Wrestling. Join your host Casey Corbin. A life long pro wrestling fan and an acclaimed Canadian comedian. (The Comedy Network Presents: Casey Corbin Comedy Now Uncensored, CBC Halifax Comedy Fest, Just For Laughs) as he has guests in the NSN Studio doing what he loves the most...Talk ’N Wrestling!!!
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Exploring the past, present, and future of Canadian rowing athletes on their path to Tokyo 2020 - with a few meandering detours. Presented by Nicola Wealth. www.nicolawealth.com Your host, Adam Kreek, is an Executive Business Coach, author, and a two-time Olympian who won Gold as a member of the Men’s Eight at Beijing 2008. In this podcast, you’ll hear how the next generation of elite rowers evolved to who they are today, the challenges and excitements within their current training plan, and ...
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Elevate your life by achieving optimal health and wellness with Dr. Corey Sondrup, D.C. With over 24 years of treating patients, Dr. Corey addresses health issues from a holistic-natural approach as well as addressing the emotional, metaphysical, and spiritual aspects of health. Dr. Corey frequently likes to switch topics, so don't be surprised if he starts talking about hunting, fly fishing, skiing, or his passion for acting.
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If you’re curious about the power of storytelling in sport and the joy it brings – this is the podcast episode for you. Up next on The Pivot, we chat with Jonathan Chang, Head of Sports Marketing at the CBC. We explored a number of relevant topics, such as the evolution of integrated brand campaigns in Canada, a closer look into the mindset of our …
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Farmers are not feeling the love from Ottawa, these days. Some in Saskatchewan told The House this week about feeling alienated and misunderstood by the federal government or urban Canadians. We also speak with Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe about how he sees the state of the federation and how he’s handled some tricky run-ins with conspiracy theor…
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If you’re seeking clarity on how to creatively shape customer experience design – this is the podcast episode for you. Up next on The Pivot, we chat with Dr. Markus Giesler, renowned consumer researcher and Professor of Marketing at the Schulich School of Business. We explored many themes, from the data experience dialectic and notion of the parado…
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The world is grappling with a migration issue, and Canada’s immigration minister says we’re not immune. Provinces, meanwhile, are arguing over resources and who’s responsible for asylum seekers. Marc Miller joins The House to talk about what should be done to make the system more fair, and how Canada should approach undocumented people in this coun…
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In “Ali Hoops,” the début children’s book by sports anchor Evanka Osmak, the 10-year-old heroine just wants a place in the game. Ali “daydreams about being a basketball star,” but frets about whether she can make her school team. Along the way, Ali learns lessons about who makes a true team off and on the floor — and illustrates how sports give a c…
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Eastern Washington has produced a lot of baseball talent over the years. In 2024, the Tri-Cities held their weight on a state-wide level with Richland (4A) and Tri-Cities Prep (2B) hoisting state championship trophies while River View (2B) finished runner up. Jamie Council also covers an event that's designed to celebrate the best senior talent in …
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For too many Canadians, justice delayed is justice denied. It’s not just annoying — delays in the system are causing some cases to be thrown out. The House digs deep into the issue — and the federal minister responsible sits down to discuss possible solutions. But first, two keen Hill watchers will help break down the whirlwind of political news th…
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They’re working late, because they want your attention. The Liberals and Conservatives are locked in a political battle for the attention and support of Canada’s youth, with the government looking to win back support of a key demographic that helped launch them to power in 2015. The House digs into the issue, hearing from some MPs trying to shakeup…
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In our Season 8 opener, we welcome legendary Canadian Olympians Diana Matheson of Project 8, and Jayna Hefford of the Professional Women’s Hockey League, to chat about the important work they’re leading in advancing women’s sport. From rapidly rising viewership to fandom participation, broadcast strategy, and strategic sponsorship, the growing mark…
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Canada’s spies have been busy this year. There have been accusations of foreign interference, industrial espionage — and of course the killing of a Sikh activist on Canadian soil. And don’t forget a few looming issues, like whether Canadians can trust TikTok with their data. David Vigneault, the head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, s…
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Noah Gittell is here to get the baseball movie out of its big-screen slump. In “Baseball: The Movie,” his first book, he advocates for the return of a sports movie niche that has faded since “Moneyball” and “42” were hits in the early ’10s. Drawing on insights from fellow writers and ballplayers, Gittell shows how the baseball movie, since the time…
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In the latest season of Understood, Mumbai-based journalist Salimah Shivji examines how Modi went from being barred from the US, to becoming one of the most powerful men in the world. And asks the pressing question: what’s at stake if he wins again? Season 3: Modi's India. About Understood: Know more, now. From the fall of Sam Bankman-Fried, to the…
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Conservatives this week hammered the government on drug decriminalization, but Liberals countered with another hot-button issue: abortion. The House digs into both of those issues, hearing from an addictions doctor about what the heated political rhetoric means for people on the ground, and then weighing whether the Liberals’ claims on reproductive…
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Whether Ben Johnson ever receives exoneration, the examination of the Canadian sprinter’s life and times by Mary Ormsby shows he got a raw deal. Johnson became the first track-and-field Olympian to lose a gold medal for doping after a positive test at the 1988 Summer Olympics. In “World’s Fastest Man*: The Life of Ben Johnson,” Ormsby raises alarmi…
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A dramatic development in a shocking case: police on Friday arrested three men in connection with the killing of the pro-Khalistan activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. We’ll break down what led to the arrest and what we know so far. The public safety minister also joins the program to discuss the situation, as well as the foreign interference inquiry’s f…
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There’s a lot of garbage talk happening in the nation’s capital, as representatives from 176 countries try to hammer out a global deal on plastic pollution — one of the planet’s most significant and growing environmental issues. We speak with some of the participants at the conference — from officials, to advocates, to industry members — about the …
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Columbia Basin Youth Football is Washington's largest youth football league. The non-profit organization is working to eliminate the cost barrier for youth in the community to participate. Jamie Council catches up with representatives Jamie Weber, Jeff Kinne, and Terran Brown. Information on CBYF: http://cbyf.football/ Information on Golf Fundraise…
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It may sound boring, it might be confusing, but the federal government’s new capital gains tax change could just become a major political sticking point. The House hears from tax experts and others about what the change could accomplish and whether everyday Canadians might be affected. Then, the federal budget unveiled this week failed to meet the …
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In what might be his most ambitious work, author and hockey legend Ken Dryden affirms the value of finding our similarities. At the start of the 2020s, Dryden sought out people with whom he shared a uniquely Canadian coming-of-age experience during an ambitious era. In the early 1960s, Dryden was part of the ‘Brain Class’ at Etobicoke C.I. — studen…
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How Pete Rose became so polarizing spurred Keith O’Brien to get granular in “Charlie Hustle,” which has become an instant The New York Times bestseller. In 1989, Major League Baseball’s hit king received a lifetime ban for betting on games in which he managed his hometown Cincinnati Reds. With reportorial digging, O’Brien reminds readers of everyth…
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Everyone agrees that Canada has a housing crisis, but coming to consensus — and executing on — solutions is not quite so easy. Alberta looked to put up a wall between the federal government and municipalities this week, and Premier Danielle Smith joins The House to talk about why. Then, the federal housing minister responds. The public inquiry into…
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We’ve already had a few glimpses at the next federal budget, thanks to a flurry of announcements this week and last. The finance minister joins The House to talk about those pledges and what more to expect. Then, it’s clear that Pierre Poilievre hates the carbon tax. But if the Conservatives gain power, what will they do instead? Two experts sit do…
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The federal government has promised to plant two billion trees by 2031 as part of the fight against climate change. But it’s not quite going to plan. This special edition of The House digs into the real-world challenges of planting so many trees — and whether the promise can live up to the hype. Host Catherine Cullen visits a seed orchard to speak …
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The 55th Annual Apple Cup will be held on April 6th and April 7th at the Tri-City Raceway in West Richland. Alongside Greg Walden of the RMEC and 16-year-old driver Danica Dart, Jamie Council previews the event at the fastest half mile track this side of the Mississippi! Information on the Apple Cup: https://www.redmountaineventcenter.com/driversst…
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It’s certainly feeling the heat. The Liberal government’s landmark climate policy, the carbon tax, has long been the target of the opposition Conservatives’ ire. But the Conservatives have allies, now — provincial premiers chief among them. The House hears from former premiers Jason Kenney and Kathleen Wynne about what’s gone wrong with the policy …
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