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Follow Craig Baird as he explores the good, the bad and the weird of Canada's history from the pre-colonial era to 25 years ago. Whatever you want to know about Canadian history, this is your one-stop shop.
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Supernatural Circumstances

Mike Browne & Morgan Knudsen/Curiouscast

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“Supernatural Circumstances” is a groundbreaking podcast hosted by award-winning paranormal researcher Morgan Knudsen (Haunted Hospitals & Paranormal 911) and true crime podcaster Mike Browne (Dark Poutine Podcast). In this captivating series, they investigate true supernatural cases, analyzing the factors that contribute to extraordinary phenomena, and delve into the fascinating exploration of consciousness. From life after death exploration to quantum creatures and sudden psychic abilities ...
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The Alex Pierson Show

640 Toronto / Curiouscast

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The Alex Pierson show is an in-depth, no-nonsense look at the stories making headlines. Alex has more than 20 years in the field and behind an anchor desk, and is known and respected for her tough reporting style and accountability. Join the daily conversation with the Alex Pierson Show, and never miss an important story again.
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Episode 326: Between 1869 and 1948, over 100,000 children from the United Kingdom were sent to Canada and other British commonwealth countries such as Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa as part of the British Home Children migration scheme. This movement was initiated to alleviate the burden of poverty and overcrowded workhouses in Britain by…
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Episode 294: On the evening of December 21, 1883, near Bloomfield, Ontario, visitor Peter Lazier was murdered by two intruders at the farmhouse of Quakers Gilbert and Margaret Jones. The community, deeply affected, quickly organized a search. They traced footprints in the snow, leading to Joseph Thomset and the Lowder family's homes near West Lake.…
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Episode 294: On the evening of December 21, 1883, near Bloomfield, Ontario, visitor Peter Lazier was murdered by two intruders at the farmhouse of Quakers Gilbert and Margaret Jones. The community, deeply affected, quickly organized a search. They traced footprints in the snow, leading to Joseph Thomset and the Lowder family's homes near West Lake.…
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Alex Pierson speaks with the Dean At Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University & Author of “America the Beautiful and Violent: Black Youth and Neighborhood Violence in Chicago” Professor Dexter Voison. Dexter and Alex dive into the stats that show youth firearm arrests skyrocketed 161% in ju…
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Prime Minister Trudeau has returned from his NATO summit with a new plan for Canada to reach its 2% GDP defence spending target, which includes billions of dollars towards buying new subs, modernizing our military and so forth...but how can we afford this...and will it actually come true? Alex Pierson sits down with the perfect guest for this, Vice…
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It has been revealed that the University of Toronto signed an amnesty agreement with the pro-Palestine protesters who had an encampment on the University for over 2 months! So why offer this deal at all? Our host Alex Pierson is joined by Warren Kinsella, the president of the Daisy Group who has been following this encampment since it was first est…
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Host Alex Pierson speaks with Tom Korski, the Managing Editor of Blacklock's Reporter about old and cranky Green Party Leader, Elizabeth May says she will save the F-en planet all by herself, Cabinet yesterday said it's starting over on equipping a new submarine fleet after spending $3 billion on second-hand vessels that spent more time undergoing …
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On this episode of The Alex Pierson Podcast, our host Alex Pierson starts off speaking to Paul Bognar the President & COO of Service Inspired Restaurants (SIR CORP), which owns such chains like; The Loose Moose, Jack Astors, Scattabush, Canyon Creek, Dukes, & Reds. Paul tells Alex that the LCBO suppliers and warehouses are being affected by the str…
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Ticketmaster is just one of the many large companies that have been the target of a cyberbreach, but did the company really do all in its power to ensure this wouldn't happen? Host Alex Pierson is joined by Mohit Rajhans, Tech and media consultant with ThinkStart.ca to help explain why Ticketmaster used a 3rd party to deal with all of this sensitiv…
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The Liberal government has released its report on what it's calling the "Black Justice Strategy" which would see certain laws and crimes policed differently for people of different races...What? Conservative MP for Durham Jamil Jivani joins our host Alex Pierson to explain just why he thinks this publication does little more than peddle radical pol…
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On this episode of The Alex Pierson Podcast, our host first directs her attention on the ongoing LCBO strike, which will now begin to directly affect businesses that sell liquor. The crown corp said that due to picket lines, it will be scrapping its plan to open 5 stores for bars and restaurants to resupply. So Alex speaks with Regan Irvine, the Ow…
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After the DOJ offered Boeing a "sweetheart" plea deal to avoid serious penalties for criminal charges, host Alex Pierson reached back out to Chris and Clariss Moore, parents of Danielle Moore who died in the fatal 737 MAX crash in 2019. Chris and Clariss tell Alex how disappointing and disheartening this news was for them and other victims' familie…
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Host Alex Pierson speaks with Tom Korski, the Managing Editor of Blacklock's Reporter about The Canada Revue Agency polled Canadians on whether they resent tax avoidance by the rich, Cabinet should decriminalize heroin nationwide, says a Black Justice Strategy report, Canada's Ambassador for Climate Change billed more than $254,000 in travel expens…
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Today, teams compete for the Stanley Cup while traveling in private jets and staying in fancy hotels. Things were very different 120 years ago when a team from Dawson travelled 5,000 kilometres just to compete for the Cup. Artwork/logo design by Janet Cordahi Support: patreon.com/canadaehx Merch: https://www.ohcanadashop.com/collections/canadian-hi…
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On this episode of The Alex Pierson Podcast, our host first speaks with the Deputy Leader of the Federal Conservative Party, Melissa Lantsman. Melissa and Alex talk about the disturbing rise in holocaust deniers in younger generations, and why the Liberal party is defending the decision to appoint Birju Dattani as the new commissioner of the Human …
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a B.C. woman who previously moved to Syria and was involved with ISIS has returned to Canada...and charged with acts of terrorism by the RCMP. But what took so long, and what exactly could this woman have done? Phil Gurski is a former CSIS St. Strategic analyst on terrorism and joined Alex to help explain why the RCMP took over 2 years to lay these…
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Episode 325: Edward H. Rulloff was a 19th-century Canadian-born serial killer renowned for his exceptional intellect and heinous crimes. Rulloff exhibited prodigious intellectual abilities from a young age. He was a polymath with expertise in various fields, including linguistics, where he made significant contributions, proposing theories on the o…
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In this episode of Supernatural Circumstances, hosts Morgan Knudsen and Mike Browne sit down with Dr. Cal Cooper to discuss his intriguing book, "Telephone Calls From The Dead." Dr. Cooper, a renowned expert in parapsychology, delves into the fascinating phenomenon of alleged communication from the deceased through telephone calls. The conversation…
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On this episode of The Alex Pierson Podcast, our host Alex Pierson first speaks with Franco Terrazzano from the Canadian Taxpayer Federation about the new "Netflix" tax being introduced by the Liberal government and how it could affect the way you stream content. Next, Alex speaks with the Sr. Vice-President of a local alternative option to the LCB…
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Host Alex Pierson speaks with Tom Korski, the Managing Editor of Blacklock's Reporter about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau must release complete recordings of his remarks to a home equity tax lobby, fears of saboteurs prompted cabinet to grant federal rail inspectors new powers to combat ''security incidents,'' Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly'…
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Host Alex Pierson is joined by Warren Kinsella, the President of The Daisy Group and former strategist for Jean Chrétien, and they dive into what seems to be dissent growing within the Liberal ranks. Prime Minister Trudeau has chosen to avoid the Calgary Stampede and subsequently, a caucus meeting in Alberta. But could this be to avoid these MPs ca…
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On this episode of The Alex Pierson Podcast, our host Alex Pierson first is joined by the Ottawa Bureau Chief for the Globe & Mail, Robert Fife. Fife has published a new piece which highlights that former Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan received "political donations" for directing Canadian troops to specifically airlift a group of Afghan Sikhs out o…
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With the likelihood that war between Hezbollah and Israel may break out any day now, Alex is joined by a Lebanese-Christian living in Israel, Jonathan Elkhoury. Jonathan lived in Hezbollah-controlled Lebanon with his family until he was able to escape into Israel, and he talks about just how dangerous this group of extremists really are. GUEST: Jon…
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On this episode of The Alex Pierson Podcast, our host Alex Pierson first gets into the nitty gritty and complicated story of "Safe Supply" as it turns out the London Police Service was underreporting just how problematic organized crime has become in this program. Adam Zivo is the Director of the Canadian Centre for Responsible Drug Policy and also…
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Host Alex Pierson speaks with Tom Korski, the Managing Editor of Blacklock's Reporter about home prices being unsustainable and have normalized a ''massive in crease in value'' for retirees, Department of Public Works in an internal document acknowledges it knew within months its $700 million pandemic ventilator program was a waste of money. All th…
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On a cold day in February 1942, Winnipeg and Manitoba fell to Germany in a provincial battle. While it seemed very real, it was part of a Victory Bond campaign that proved to be incredibly successful. Artwork/logo design by Janet Cordahi Support: patreon.com/canadaehx Merch: https://www.ohcanadashop.com/collections/canadian-history-ehx Donate: buym…
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