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Jan. 26, 2023 | A Canadian medic in Ukraine gives a chilling account of all he’s seen on the front lines. VIA Rail executives are forced to answer for a hellish winter train trip. Plus, popular Canadian retailer Aritzia sets its sights on an expansion south of the border. Watch The National live on YouTube Sunday-Friday at 9 p.m. ET #News #LatestNe…
The Liberal Cabinet was warned Canada's economy is set to slow significantly this year, is Canada prepared for the slowdown and how will this affect the Canada Health Transfer? Plus, are Pierre Poilievre's claims that Canada is broken working? and will it sway voters in an upcoming election? Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne, Jason…
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Catching a ride on the bus is not so easy as an immigrant to the province. We hear from a MUN PhD student who's researching the challenges and finding ways we can improve the transit system for newcomers.
Metro Vancouver's rental vacancy rate has tightened once again, falling below one percent among purpose built rentals. One of the big factors is migration - internationally and from other parts of Canada. Next, we'll talk about sports injuries and ask how you have been affected.
On today's show: we hear the latest on allegations of political interference in Alberta's justice system; what the spread of rogue trails all over the southern Rockies means for people and wildlife; a renewable natural gas project proposal has rekindled concerns about a smell lingering around High River. We hear more from a local resident.…
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COVID misinformation report, Guinea worm disease eradication, Islamophobia special representative, Leamington giant egg, Winnipeg folk song, Moose fence rescue and more.
Dr. Fahad Razak answers your questions.
We find out how the Province and the Mi'kmaq of Nova Scotia have agreed to share management of the Kluskap Wilderness area, as part of the first Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area in NS.
With heavy rain and warm temperatures in the forecast, Saint John's Emergency Measures Organization is asking residents to be prepared for flooding. EMO director Kevin Clifford talks about the precautions crews are taking and what Saint Johners can do to stay safe.
Information Morning contributor Hillary LeBlanc meets Dr. Miah Robichaud-Lourde.
John Leroux is back to talk about one of the main exhibits at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery featuring handmade glass flowers.
We speak with Tim Hayman, the president of Transport Action Atlantic. He talks about his testimony to a House of Commons Committee today as well as his own VIA Rail problems in December. We hear about the lack of ice in the Gulf of St Lawrence this winter. And on the phone-in: How do you decide which charities to support?…
The World Health Organization is calling on countries to eliminate industrially produced (or artificial) trans fat. After a W-H-O report discovered that a large majority of the world's population (5 billion people) is unprotected from an ingredient that can lead to heart disease. (0:38)Some astronauts might visit Labrador this summer for training a…
We find out how the Province and UINR have agreed to share management of part of the Kluskap Wilderness area as part of the first Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area in Nova Scotia.
We shine our spotlight on comedian Graham Clark - and Graham shines his spotlight on the phone book.
There's a new object of intrigue in the night sky right now. Well - it's not new, but the last time anyone saw it was way back in the stone age. It's a comet! On a good night, with the right eyes, you might see it.Hilding Neilson is an astronomer and is with Memorial University's department of Physics & Physical Oceanography. He spoke with CBC's Ja…
This is Jeff's second conversation about factors that make kids in this province more likely to become victims of commercial sexual exploitation. Our guests draw on information from a report called "Hearing Them," and an extensive consultation with Nova Scotians who've had experience in the sex industry. The first conversation is also on our Listen…
An explainer on why fish licences are so expensive with harvester Jason Sullivan; Dave Paddon's recitation: Dirty Job.
The legal fund for residents in the Outer Battery in their battle with security light enthusiast Colin Way is rapidly ballooning. We talk to a lawyer with Budden Associates about torts and nuisance law. (Anthony Germain with Will Hiscock)
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We’ve heard a lot about burnout in health care professionals , so, could psychedelic therapies ease the mental health strain on our frontline health workers? We spoke with the first legal psychedelic wellness center in Kingston. The John Howard Society of Simcoe and Muskoka branch is getting a new boss....what does that mean for advocacy work for t…
BC's for-profit surgery issues: "shifting (human) resources into the private sector"... "unlawful extra-billing" and historically increased expense; why is Ontario's housing plan detached from CO2 goals?
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Have you ever wondered what’s behind certain items of clothing? Common styles, like kids clothes, plaid and even Hawaiian shirts are garments we see all the time, but often we don’t even begin to think about where they came from. Well, host of the show Articles of Interest Avery Trufelman is interested in exactly that. In the podcast, Avery dissect…
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Cultural journalist Hua Hsu has written about everything from the World Cup to Nirvana. Now, he's focusing on an important piece of his personal story – the senseless murder of his close friend from college and its impact on Hsu's own life. An exploration of grief, friendship and Asian-American identity, Stay True is also a coming-of-age story, tol…
It’s Dry January and there’s a new set of health guidelines. The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction says no amount of alcohol is safe and any more than two drinks a week is risky. Should the government start regulating alcohol like cigarettes?
Jody Wilson-Raybould on her book, True Reconciliation, Nicholas Herring on his award winning debut, Some Hellish and TNC contributor Ryan B. Patrick interviews Kai Thomas about his novel, Upper Country.
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc discusses the debate over increasing privatization in health care, then journalists André Picard and Rob Benzie weigh in. An Afghan MP discusses the threat to her life. Plus — two experts talk about the fight against Russian disinformation in Canada and abroad.…
Astrophysicist and Jesuit priest Adam Hincks shares the value he's found in studying both the Bible and the Big Bang.
An ancient sea creature sported a massive fork on its head — what for?; Echidnas blow snot bubbles to keep cool under the Australian sun; The Mars Perseverance rover is caching samples for return to Earth; Farming fish lose their fertilizer to invasive rats; How to fight an infodemic with cognitive vaccines.…
Ajahnis Charley, Tom Howell, and Alice Moran take the news quiz with host Gavin Crawford.
Women who have had troubling health experiences say perimenopause and menopause should be recognized and treated faster because it would reduce needless suffering. Four women share their stories and offer ideas about what should change in the health-care system to improve the experience for others.
For the 5th instalment of our Butterfly Effect series, we look at how the 6,000-year-old invention and concept has come to shape how we keep our valuables safe — physically and digitally.
A Canadian student who created a free app to detect ChatGPT in school essays; when Billy Bragg met Pete Seeger; a celebrated Nazi-hunter turns to prosecuting war crimes in the Ukraine conflict; reviewing Nintendo's turn-based strategy game, Fire Emblem Engage; why TikTok is full of sped-up song remixes known as Nightcore; and more.…
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