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The Doc Project is a weekly CBC radio show and podcast. In our original documentaries, you will meet people, go places, learn things, feel things, and be surprised. We explore the big picture through the people living it. The Doc Project: Canadian stories you can't stop thinking about.
 
Hosted by Leah-Simone Bowen, Podcast Playlist's podcast obsessed producers help you find the best podcasts out there. Each week we curate fresh, exciting and thoughtful stories to help you unearth new podcasts to add to your rotation. From true crime to comedy, from current affairs to audio fiction and everything in between. Each week we take you on a journey with lots of discoveries along the way.
 
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.
 
Unreserved is the radio space for Indigenous voices – our cousins, our aunties, our elders, our heroes. Rosanna Deerchild guides us on the path to better understand our shared story. Together, we learn and unlearn, laugh and become gentler in all our relations.
 
The Cost of Living ♥s money — how it makes (or breaks) us. We untangle the economic forces at play and transform our understanding of how money shapes our lives. Discover how everyday decisions connect with the larger economy in ways big, small, good, bad, obvious and unseen on The Cost of Living.
 
The Debaters is the hit show where comedians go toe-to-toe in a battle of laughs and logic. Hosted by award-winning funnyman Steve Patterson, the program is a combustible combination of sharply crafted comedic rants and hilarious ad libs. The engaging format is part stand-up, part quiz show and part comedy competition, with the live audience picking the winners.
 
A battle is brewing in Edmonton's inner city. Neighbours are terrified. Fights, overdoses and crime spill out from problem houses, many owned by a small group of people connected by one notorious landlord. CBC’s Elizabeth Hames investigates.
 
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Gas prices are going higher than $2.30 in much of the province—that's 85 cents more than it costs in Ontario. We'll talk to an economist about why this is happening here, and a personal finance expert about how to manage your finances. And in our second half, how can we find hope amid climate anxiety? Elin Kelsey, the author of Hope Matters: Why Ch…
 
It’s been years in the making but finally, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at Canada is one step closer to having their own cemetery to bury their loved ones. The Bradford West Gwillimbury council approved their application recently. Gassing up is no longer the only option for Kingston boaters as a new supercharger is on offer now ...is this the beginnin…
 
Pavement's Stephen Malkmus looks back on the band's history and tells us why now felt like the right time for a reunion tour. Dreams in Vantablack director Ian Keteku and poet Libin Ahmed talk about the power of poetry to change perceptions. Musician Daniela Gesundheit discusses Alphabet of Wrongdoing, her new album of reimagined Jewish ceremonial …
 
(0:00) A book documenting the history of filming making in Labrador is set to be launched during The Big Land Film Festival. To talk about their new book, we speak to co-author Morgan Mills. (6:34) The Manishan Nui Community Gathering is all about sharing. Last week, hundreds of food hampers were put together and distributed to families at the gath…
 
Listeners in the Maritimes share their stories about how they're continuing to clean up after storm Fiona. We also hear updates from several CBC reporters spread out around the region. An insurance expert also updates listeners on making claims.
 
Thousands of Nova Scotians without power in the wake of post-tropical storm Fiona are likely making last ditch efforts to save the food in their fridges. We ask the manager of the province's Food Safety Program for advice on what's still edible and how to avoid food poisoning!
 
From cinnamon toast shrimp to why Black TikTok creators went on strike, the podcast ICYMI stays on top of the latest trending Internet shenanigans so you don’t have to go Googling for yourself.This week ICYMI host Rachelle Hampton joins Leah-Simone Bowen to talk about the challenges of being online all the time, why she tries to cover not only what…
 
Writers & Company revisits Eleanor Wachtel’s 2012 conversation with one of England’s great novelists, Hilary Mantel, who died on Sept. 22, 2022. She was 70. Mantel was one of the few writers to win the Booker Prize twice — first in 2009 for Wolf Hall, and again in 2012 for its sequel, Bring Up the Bodies. She talked to Eleanor Wachtel about histori…
 
UN Ambassador Bob Rae discusses Russia’s limited mobilization and the evolving war in Ukraine, MPs Nathaniel Erskine-Smith and Don Davies talk about a review of Canada’s cannabis rules and CBC reporter Kate McKenna digs into the issue of immigration in the current Quebec election. Plus — political scientist Jared Wesley and pollster Christian Bourq…
 
With students starting a new school year, we examine the impact of tech on remote learning. Western University associate professor Prachi Srivastava talks about the impact of COVID on educational outcomes. Sharon Saw, Grade 1 teacher from Edmonton, Alta., shares how she uses TikTok to connect with students and fellow educators. University of Windso…
 
How a YouTuber chronicling everyday Russian life adjusts to life during wartime; Italy seems poised to elect a Prime Minister with neo-fascist roots; how Canadians are challenging colonial naming conventions by changing their own names; The Dreamlife of Georgie Stone documents a transgender teen who challenged Australia's laws so she could affirm h…
 
A new book lets the Milky Way speak for itself - and it’s kind of a jerk; Watch out for the quiet ones – The smartest racoons are the most docile; 375 million years ago an animal crawled out of the water - then noped right back in; Seventeen bodies found in a medieval well were likely from a 12th century hate-crime; The science of a city’s summer s…
 
This week the changing face of the monarchy in northern Ontario, a look at the salaries of town councilors as a municipal election issue, another professor leaves Laurentian University, we tour the recycling operations at Glencore's smelter in Falconbridge, and an update on the film industry in Sudbury.…
 
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