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From the viral Instagram account @CommentsByCelebs comes the much awaited Comments By Celebs Podcast. Emma Diamond & Julie Kramer, the creative minds behind the account and self-proclaimed celeb experts, talk all things pop culture. Having a hard time keeping up with your favorite stars? They’re here to keep you informed. On Monday, Emma and Julie do a general pop-culture breakdown of everything that transpired in the last week. They come prepared with the facts, timelines, and analytical di ...
 
The founders of WeWork thought they were on the brink of making history. The company was valued at $47 billion dollars, it was ready for a huge IPO, and its charismatic CEO Adam Neumann thought they were going to change the world. Adam had a prophet-like vision for WeWork that he sold to some of the world’s savviest investors -- but did his vision ever match the company's reality? Hosted by David Brown of the hit podcast Business Wars (and former host of NPR's Marketplace), WeCrashed is a si ...
 
Perspective on CPAC examines world events that matter to Canadians. With dispatches from the field and expert analysis, our guests break down complex global issues and shed light on Canada’s role on the international stage. Alison Smith is one of Canada’s best known and respected broadcast journalists. As an anchor and reporter for more than three decades, she was a senior award-winning member of the CBC News team. She has reported from every Canadian province and territory and across the gl ...
 
Welcome back to the Beer O'Clock Australia Podcast! Join Angus and Dylan for the least timely news, strongest lager opinions and worst segues in podcasting. Tune in somewhere around the middle of every month for a range of eclectic segments - including recent favourites, desert island beers, cellar raiding and guest interviews - focusing on craft beer around the world from our Melbourne homes.
 
Every week Beaverton editor-in-chief Luke Gordon Field assembles some of the country's best comedians and writers to talk, mock and riff their way through the news of the week. Then he puts their knowledge to the test in a very important quiz where the winner gets absolute nothing. Part panel show, part interview, the Beaverton Weekly Report is an hilarious look at what's going on in the world around us. It'll be just like watching CNN, only funnier and with fewer erectile dysfunction ads.
 
Covert Contact covers the key national security, intelligence, and technology stories that are shaping our world. Covert Contact is hosted by Blogs of War creator John W. Little. His work and analysis has been featured on the BBC, CNN, CBC, ABC (Australia), PBS Newshour, Fast Company, CBS, and other international media outlets. The Blogs of War Twitter feed, @Blogsofwar, was selected as one of the top Twitter accounts of 2014 by Time magazine.
 
Covert Contact covers the key national security, intelligence, and technology stories that are shaping our world. Covert Contact is hosted by Blogs of War creator John W. Little. His work and analysis has been featured on the BBC, CNN, CBC, ABC (Australia), PBS Newshour, Fast Company, CBS, and other international media outlets. The Blogs of War Twitter feed, @Blogsofwar, was selected as one of the top Twitter accounts of 2014 by Time magazine.
 
VSP is the new podcast being launched by old (well, “veteran” anyway) Canadian comedian Steve Patterson. Comedy fans around the world know Steve Patterson as an award-winning stand-up comedian and the host of The Debaters on CBC Radio. With VSP, Steve aims to bring laughter and learning through interviews with experts who are actual experts and comedians who are actually funny. The weekly podcast begins with a monologue of the week’s events put together by Steve and some of his funniest come ...
 
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On this week's show: Liberal, Conservative and NDP MPs discuss how politicians should work to confront Islamophobia in Canada. Independent senator and G7 veteran Peter Boehm takes a wide view of this weekend's summit. And CBC's Murray Brewster reports on what's topping the agenda in Cornwall. Plus — a debate over Ontario's use of the notwithstandin…
 
Emma and Julie are technically on break this week, but wanted to come on just to quickly debrief the final episode of KUWTK. This was far less in depth than normal, and more of an immediate reactionary conversation. They reflect on the four major themes: Kourtney and Scott, Khloé and Tristan, Kim and Kanye, and the overwhelming nostalgia of the ent…
 
Disclaimer: Profanity | What role does laughter play in the evolution of humanity? What does our laughter have in common with the way primates and even rats laugh? IDEAS contributor Peter Brown takes us on a joyride throughout our evolutionary history and shows us why laughing matters. *This episode originally aired on November 4, 2020.…
 
Looking forward to a road trip? Jim Byers of canadiantravelnews.ca shares his recommendations and experiences; Lorraine Weinrib, a professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto explains the implications of the Ford government's decision to invoke the notwithstanding clause for the first time in the province's history; We catch up wit…
 
What if an implant in your brain allowed you to just think of words in order to have them appear on a screen, instead of typing them out with your fingers? Scientists at Stanford University in California have achieved that in a test. It allowed a man with full-body paralysis to communicate using a neural implant, but some observers have raised ethi…
 
We hear the story of Skye, an Indigenous teen who died of a drug overdose on her 17th birthday. Before her death, Skye had been in government care in B.C. for 12 years, lived in eight different foster homes, and was the subject of three failed adoptions. A new report from British Columbia's Children and Youth Representative looks at how the foster …
 
The calls for Pope Francis to fully apologize for the Catholic Church’s role in Canada’s residential schools, including the one in Kamloops, B.C., where what are believed to be the unmarked burial sites of children's remains have been found, continue to grow. Why won’t he? Columnist Michael Coren, who’s covered the Catholic Church for decades, expl…
 
This spring, Laura Soutar-Hasulo started a lawn sign campaign called "Hate Has No Home Here." And now Londoners are contacting her to get the signs to show their solidarity following the killing of four members of a Muslim family; Have you put on the 'Quarantine 15'? The CBC's Antonia Reed looks into the pressure people might be feeling to return t…
 
Today on The Current, we're celebrating Canada's class of 2021. With graduations delayed or cancelled due to the pandemic, we're talking to graduating post-secondary students from across the country about the year they've had, and their hopes and dreams for the future.Matt Galloway talks to Sila Rogan at the University of British Columbia; Omar Elc…
 
Host Julia Wright speaks with Husoni Raymond, an organizer with Black Lives Matter NB. Husoni is trying to raise public awareness about the possible ramifications of Bill 53. The Bill would allow police to accept donations from the public and corporations for something called "the municipal police assistance fund".…
 
The East Coast Music Awards are underway, virtually Nova Scotia. While Cape Breton will be hosting the event, you won’t have to go far to enjoy the show. Concerts and showcases are being broadcast online this year. Andy McLean is the CEO of the ECMAs, he speaks with host Julia Wright.
 
It's been five years since B.C. declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency, but a report from the First Nations Health Authority shows a 119 per cent increase in toxic drug deaths among First Nations people in 2020. The organization's acting chief medical officer Dr. Shannon McDonald joins us to discuss the role that trauma and racism pla…
 
Muslim women say they are often victims of hate speech and violence because of their appearance, and the fact that their faith is more visible. To discuss their experiences and what needs to change to make them feel safe in their communities, Matt Galloway talks to Areej Ansari, a fourth-year student at Western University in London, Ont.; Wati Rahm…
 
A female carpenter in Toronto recently faced a lawsuit after she criticized remarks about sexual harassment made on a podcast about the construction industry. We discuss sexism in the industry with Kendall Ansell, owner of Belle Construction in Vancouver; and Shawna Henderson, founder and CEO of Bfreehomes Design and Blue House Energy in Nova Scoti…
 
A report on the Ontario Public Service found that Black, Indigenous, disabled and LGBTQ2+ employees.faced "systemic racism, discrimination and employment barriers." it documented workplace toxicity, harassment and a culture of fear. We have reaction from Tanya Sinclair. She's the founder of the Black HR Professionals of Canada and director of talen…
 
With graduations cancelled or scaled back for another year, we talk to Leonard Menon, who is graduating with a bachelor of music from the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, about his hopes and dreams for the future. Tune in Thursday for a full special program dedicated to the class of 2021.
 
What happens when sacred rituals that are integral to Yoruba society are interrupted by a colonial power? Does life go on? Or will this spiritual wrong be righted? Nobel laureate and playwright Wole Soyinka answers these questions in his 1975 play Death and the King's Horseman. This is the final episode in our collaboration with Soulpepper Theatre …
 
After a Muslim family in London, Ontario, was killed this week in what police are describing as a hate-motivated attack Muslims across Canada, including here in New Brunswick are feeling shaken. Abid Sheik is with The Muslim Association of New Brunswick he describes his sorrow and disgust to host Julia Wright.…
 
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