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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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Your essential daily news podcast. We take you deep into the stories shaping Canada and the world. Hosted by Jayme Poisson. Every morning, Monday to Friday. Visit https://www.cbc.ca/radio/frontburner for show descriptions, links, and transcripts. Subscribe to Sounds Good: CBC's Podcasts newsletter for the finest podcast recommendations and behind-the-scenes exclusives.
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CBC Radio's Metro Morning keeps listeners informed about what's going on in Toronto and offers listeners an optimistic, sometimes humorous view of the world, together with the day's more serious news.
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Toronto’s most respected and experienced broadcaster, Oakley’s articulate and thought-provoking ideas will ensure listeners are never at a loss for information or dinnertime conversation.
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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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Cross Country Checkup is Canada's only national phone-in show, broadcasting live from coast to coast to coast. Checkup is Canada's weekly town hall — a place for raw, honest perspectives on the most pressing issues of the week. For over 55 years, it's where Canadians gather to listen to each other every Sunday afternoon. Call us: 1-888-416-8333.
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CBC Radio’s The Sunday Magazine is a lively, wide-ranging mix of topical long-form conversations, engaging ideas and more. Each week, host Piya Chattopadhyay takes time for deep exploration, but also makes space for surprise, delight and fun.
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We’ve moved! Find us under ‘Your World Tonight.’ This feed will go dormant as ‘The World This Weekend’ joins forces with ‘The World at Six’ to become a new podcast; one that updates you on the most important stories in the world, seven days a week. Hosts Stephanie Skenderis, Susan Bonner and Tom Harrington sort out what's real, what's relevant and what’s truly new, from a Canadian perspective. They offer context, analysis and surprise, all in about 30 mins. We set the bar on the daily news c ...
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Unpublished Cafe

Unpublished Media Inc.

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Unpublished Cafe, hosted by veteran radio journalist Ed Hand, provides an unfiltered prospective on Canadian current affairs free of bias and political partisanship. Unpublished Cafe is the official podcast of Unpublished Media Inc.
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Don’t Call Me Resilient

The Conversation, Vinita Srivastava, Dannielle Piper, Krish Dineshkumar, Jennifer Moroz, Rehmatullah Sheikh, Kikachi Memeh, Ateqah Khaki, Scott White

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Host Vinita Srivastava dives into conversations with experts and real people to make sense of the news, from an anti-racist perspective. From The Conversation Canada.
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Toronto is home, but how well do you really know it? Host Dani Stover brings you in-depth interviews and stories about the wild, random, important, and under-appreciated places, people and things that shape the city. Regular episodes shine a light on the corners of Toronto you never knew existed and the ones you've always wanted to know more about.
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Your podcast hosts are GVizzle and Tempest, the 1 and 44 behind the title. We take meandering journeys through a whole variety of topics, where nothing is off limits! Join us as we get to know each other better - our friendship dates back to a grand total of 2 hours before we started the first episode.
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This Is Why

Global News / Curiouscast

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We live in a confusing world… so if you’ve ever stopped and asked yourself WHY something matters, we’re here to help. Every week Adam Toy and Dave McIvor will ask one big question and uncover the answer to help you truly understand what’s going on around you. They'll try to get to the bottom of the issue by chatting with experts, journalists and even folks directly involved. They may not have all the answers to climate change, world politics or the economy BUT you can join them on this weekl ...
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The Indicast Show

Aditya & Abhishek

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Indicast is India's first multi person podcast and have been at it since 2005. We will be covering anything and everything that might be of interest to a listener of Indian origin so the topics range from Sonia to Sania. The podcast is a mix of english and hindi and we try to keep it very informal. We usually have a serious discussion and balance it out with lighter topic. So expect a good discussion with few laughs.
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Hear our take on the news and enjoy sharp reporting on the big stories every weekday. Tune in as our guest panel reviews the day’s events in Europe, follows developing stories in the Americas and welcomes early risers in Asia and Australasia. Plus: reports and analysis from Monocle’s correspondents and bureaux around the world. Nominated for ‘Best Daily Podcast’ in the 2022 British Podcast Awards.
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Context Beyond The Headlines

Context Beyond the Headlines

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Go deeper into the news and current affair impacting Canada and what it means for Christians trying to make sense of it all with Context Beyond the Headlines podcast. We sit down with people who have first-hand experiences to get their perspectives on how changes to society will affect Canadians and how the church can play a role in walking alongside the most vulnerable. Host Maggie John tackles how faith intersects with everything from abortion, decriminalization of drugs, reconciliation, h ...
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RezBirds is a team of four Indigenous men that are tackling the hard hitting issues of modern society with eloquent lunacy. If you like deep issues but would rather they went off the deep end than into an ivory tower, then this podcast is a must listen. The team uses adult language and themes and it is not a PG program. Listener discretion is advised.
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Calgary Journal Podcasts

Mount Royal University Journalism

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The podcast companion to The Calgary Journal, made up of approximately 200 student reporters from year one to four of Mount Royal University's journalism program based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
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Harrison Harper aka "Hoppsy" has finally taken the plunge and given the people what they want. Enjoy an entertaining, unfiltered, good ol' Western Canadian boy tackle the trending topics of week. Hate him or love him, you can't stop listening either way.
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Epoch Audio

Epoch Times Canada

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The Epoch Audio podcast gives you the opportunity to listen to some of the best journalism The Epoch Times has to offer, including news, opinion, and analysis. The Epoch Times aims to provide neutral, objective and accurate reporting on authoritative news topics. We stand outside of political interests or bias, We inform the reader about the most important issues of our time and in this way we promote broad-mindedness and contribute positively to society. As an independent outlet, we address ...
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The Trudeau government introduced a new budget focused on affordability and appealing to younger Canadians, accompanied by increased spending and debt. Toronto Sun columnist Brian Lilley joined the show to discuss its outreach to Millennials and Gen Z, its shortcomings, and criticism from traditionally Liberal supporters. Background reading:LILLEY:…
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Our in-house edition of ‘The Monocle Daily’ explores the US House of Representatives’ fight over military aid for Ukraine and the next steps to secure funding for Ukraine’s reconstruction. Plus: reviews of Salone del Mobile and the Venice Biennale from Monocle’s teams on the ground. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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In this 1473rd episode of Toronto Mike'd, Mike chats with Mark Zwolinski about his career covering sports for the Toronto Star, John Kordic, inspiring colleagues and how he's enjoying retirement. Toronto Mike'd is proudly brought to you by Great Lakes Brewery, Palma Pasta, Ridley Funeral Home, The Advantaged Investor podcast from Raymond James Cana…
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What is the point of Hollywood? There are two obvious answers, right? To make good stuff that entertains people. And to make money for the big studios and the people who work for them. Those two things don't have to be mutually exclusive. But Daniel Bessner believes increasingly they have been. Bessner spent a year working on a deep dive into how H…
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Our guests Latika Bourke and Vincent McAviney discuss Europe rising to the challenge of the US and China, why it’s so hard for Trump jurors to be impartial and why Japanese doctors are suing Google Maps. Plus: Croatia’s elections, with Guy de Launey, a check-in from Salone del Mobile and a letter from Railay Beach See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
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How does it feel to witness a solar eclipse? Aditya tells us his experience in this podcast where we dig into trivia and history of this beautiful astronomical phenomenon. Bangalore faces a water crisis. How can a country as big as India deal with water shortages? Generative artificial intelligence is and will remain in the spotlight in a year when…
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Many news organizations have reported on the Israel-Gaza war. However, many journalists have criticized those same media organizations for how they have covered the conflict, and have spoken out against what they say is a stifling of Palestinian voices and perspectives. In today's episode, Vinita talks to Sonya Fatah and Asmaa Malik, associate prof…
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What's going on with men? The aftermath of the #MeToo movement shattered the idea that most social ills like online abuse or sexual assault long hidden under wraps are just stemming from men being men. This crisis of conscience and identity has shifted the collective idea of what it means to be a man, therefore a consensus around a healthy concepti…
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The elevated place of sports in North America and the societal expectations that surround them are often perpetuated at the expense of the athletes' mental health. Whether this is in team sports or individual sports predominantly played by boys and men, any weakness whether real or perceived is weaponized, while toughness and hypermasculinity rule …
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Lubna Al Rayyes, was in the third trimester of a high risk pregnancy when the war in Gaza started. She was frightened of what that meant for her and her baby. How do you plan for your delivery, when you’re living with airstrikes and having to uproot your life? That’s when she connected with reporter Gabrielle Berbey, who documented Lubna’s journey……
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Did we just dodge WW3? As Iran retaliated against Israel with an unprecedented barrage of drones and missiles, deciphering facts from fakes and misinformation seemed trickier than ever. Is this the new digital fog of war? Bill Maher somehow still exists, and now he’s roasting Canada for all the wrong reasons. What Bill Maher gets wrong about Canadi…
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Fred Winegust, Project Specialist at Reena and Christopher Wong of Young Urban Farmers are working to strengthen their communities by way of container gardening. Students, neighbourhood organizations, and restauranteurs alike can benefit from growing fruits and vegetables in underutilized urban spaces. From rooftops to patios, parking lots to back …
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Recent data suggests entrepreneurship is in decline across Canada. Are people choosing to move away from a self-employed lifesyle? And what are the consequences of lower levels of small business ownership across the province? We ask: Jeff Coull, executive director of the Northwestern Ontario Innovation Centre; Nancy Wilson, founder and CEO of the C…
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G7 foreign ministers meet in Italy amid calls for sanctions on Iran, Ukraine struggles against Russia from lack of US aid, Australia unveils its new defence strategy and bad news for Europe’s smokers. Plus: ‘On This Day’ examines The Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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In this 1472nd episode of Toronto Mike'd, Mike chats with Scot Turner about his recent retirement, the upcoming CFNY documentary, cycling, podcasting, and the passing of his mom and his former colleague at CFNY Jim Reid (JR). Toronto Mike'd is proudly brought to you by Great Lakes Brewery, Palma Pasta, Ridley Funeral Home, The Advantaged Investor p…
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If you're pregnant but not sure who the father of your baby is, you might turn to a DNA testing company for a prenatal paternity test for some certainty — a company like Viaguard Accu-Metrics, based in the Toronto area. But for years, Viaguard was selling tests that sometimes identified the wrong fathers — and the company's owner knew. CBC investig…
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For decades, Fran Lebowitz has earned fans and fuelled ire for sharing her opinion on... well, just about everything. Ahead of her latest speaking event in Toronto, the writer, humourist and public speaker joins Piya Chattopadhyay to share what's on her mind lately, from the spread of disinformation, to why she doesn't suffer FOMO [fear of missing …
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The new federal budget plans to spend 53 million billion dollars, targeting Gen Z and millenials' future needs. David Common speaks to Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow about what it means for this city. Lots of disagreement amongst our political panel on the possible effects on the Liberals' sliding fortunes and also between two economists on what this me…
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In this back half of our longer-than-expected mini INDIGENA, host/producer Rick Harp picks up where he left off (drinking deeply of coffee, commodity fetishism and character actor Wallace Shawn) with Kim TallBear (University of Alberta professor in the Faculty of Native Studies and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples, Technoscience and Soci…
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More people are living longer, many with better quality of life. Even still, aging parents often require support and care they've never needed before. Laura Tamblyn Watts has a new book out aimed at improving communications when the roles reverse: when the adult children suddenly find themselves the informal caregivers of their older parents. She d…
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Switzerland represents US interests in Iran, jury selection continues in Trump’s hush-money trial, China’s economy makes a surprising expansion and why Georgia’s parliament descended into mass brawl. Plus: The role of art during times of war and suffering. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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In this 1471st episode of Toronto Mike'd, Mike chats with the host of CBC Radio One's The Debaters Steve Patterson about his career in comedy. Toronto Mike'd is proudly brought to you by Great Lakes Brewery, Palma Pasta, Ridley Funeral Home, The Advantaged Investor podcast from Raymond James Canada, The Yes, We Are Open podcast from Moneris, The To…
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Last week, a foreign interference inquiry concluded after two weeks of testimony from MPs, intelligence officers, and even the Prime Minister, investigating potential foreign interference in the 2019 and 2021 elections. Catherine Levesque from the National Post discussed the inquiry's findings on Chinese interference and the government's response t…
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Today, the government unveiled their federal budget. And they are spending big on housing. They pledged billions of dollars for low-cost loans to increase rental construction, 30-year mortgages for first-time home buyers, and programs to spur non-profit housing. All in all, they’re promising to build 3.87 million homes by 2031. But will it fix the …
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David Common speaks to Toronto's city manager about the chaos behind the vacant tax debacle that charged one-fifth of homeowners. He also spoke to a Mississauga city councillor about how the expansion of GO transit may be the largest in decades, but it still wouldn't get him to our studio in time for an interview because Milton is in political purg…
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When ChatGPT launched in late 2022 the great promise was that this was only the beginning and that AIs would only exponentially get more sophisticated and powerful. But has AI hit a wall? Are those big exponential gains that were promised beginning to plateau? Are we now in a world of diminishing returns for AI? Gary Marcus, Emeritus Professor of P…
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The federal government recently announced a $2.4 billion dollar investment in artificial intelligence. It includes money earmarked to accelerate the adoption of AI in sectors as far flung as health care and agriculture. The feds say this will help to 'secure Canada's AI advantage." But does Canada even have an advantage in AI compared to our neighb…
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Hear our take on the news and enjoy sharp reporting on the big stories every weekday. Tune in as our guest panel reviews the day’s events in Europe, follows developing stories in the Americas and welcomes early risers in Asia and Australasia. Plus: reports and analysis from Monocle’s correspondents and bureaux around the world. Nominated for ‘Best …
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On Saturday night, Iran launched its first-ever direct attack into Israel, firing off some 300 drones and missiles. While Israel says it intercepted some 99 per cent of them, shrapnel from one drone hit a seven-year-old girl, who as of this writing is in critical condition. Iran’s attack follows a major escalation by Israel earlier this month, when…
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We’ve long heard about how the news business is failing - layoff after layoff, media execs have claimed that they have had no choice but to make cutbacks. In Bell’s latest round of 4800 layoffs, CEO Mirko Babic defended his decision to a parliamentary committee, claiming the company was struggling in a tough economic environment - and that news was…
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In this 1470th episode of Toronto Mike'd, Mike remembers JR a.k.a. Jim Reid, the midday DJ on CFNY during the peak Spirit of Radio era. Toronto Mike'd is proudly brought to you by Great Lakes Brewery, Palma Pasta, Ridley Funeral Home, The Advantaged Investor podcast from Raymond James Canada, The Yes, We Are Open podcast from Moneris, The Toronto M…
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Host Piya Chattopadhyay speaks with The Economist Middle East correspondent Gregg Carlstrom about tensions between Iran and Israel, humourist and public speaker Fran Lebowitz opines on the art of conversation, economist Mike Moffatt explores how far the federal Liberals' pre-budget promises may go toward fixing Canada's housing crisis, and lawyer a…
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In this inaugural episode of FOTMCast, Cam Gordon and Tyler Campbell visit to recap the previous quarter of Toronto Mike'd episodes and discuss what's new in the TMU. Toronto Mike'd is proudly brought to you by Great Lakes Brewery, Palma Pasta, Ridley Funeral Home, The Advantaged Investor podcast from Raymond James Canada, The Yes, We Are Open podc…
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Etienne Côté-Paluck, rédacteur en chef d’HAÏTI MAGAZINE et HAITI WEEKLY, des publications du collectif haïtien DÈYÈ MÒN ENFO, rejoint Emilie pour une discussion sur l’actualité de la crise qui se passe dans la ville et dans le pays. Etienne Côté-Paluck, editor-in-chief of HAÏTI MAGAZINE and HAITI WEEKLY, publications of the Haitian collective DÈYÈ …
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Power shortages hit Ukraine after Russian attacks, the Ukrainian World Congress Summit commences in Bucharest, the heatwave in Paris that could bring the Olympics to a standstill, highlights from the Watches & Wonders trade fair in Geneva and the final day of the Delphi Economic Forum. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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