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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.
 
CBC Radio host Sheryl MacKay meets creative people from all around the province. Hear about their passions and inspirations. You'll visit artists and in their studios, musicians and performers backstage, writers at their keyboards and chefs at the cooktop. There's great conversation and a lot of laughs too waiting for you every weekend on North by Northwest.
 
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The Red Cross is getting out of the swimming lessons business, and the Canadian Lifesaving Society is stepping up. We hear from Barbara Byers of the Canadian Lifesaving Society about why this is taking place. Earlier this week you heard from Eldred Allen in Rigolet and Rex Holwell from SmartICE about ice conditions on the coast. To find out more ab…
 
On today's show: we speak with a former Alberta Justice Minister about the troubles facing our current Justice Minister Kaycee Madu who's been put on temporary suspension pending an investigation; should they stay or should they go now? We hear more on the "KeepAlbertaRCMP" info campaign touring through southern Alberta; a look at what the Internat…
 
Actor and musician Kiefer Sutherland talks about paying homage to Toronto on his new album, Bloor Street, and why, for him, performing music feels more vulnerable than acting. We revisit Tom Power’s 2018 conversation with Vogue legend André Leon Talley on his incredible journey to the top. Comedian Darryl Lenox opens up about turning tragedy into c…
 
City works departments have plenty to clean up after the big snowstorm. And some say waste pickup would be easier if residents chipped in and did their part. We checked in to see how Cornwall and Kingston are managing essential services in the wake of the big dump.Covid has had a huge impact on students and teachers across the country, and educatio…
 
A British Columbia judge has overturned an eviction order for people living in a park in Vancouver. Our legal columnist Wayne MacKay looks at the possible local implications of that court decision, in light of similar evictions that have taken place in Halifax.
 
The City of Saint John's Immigration Strategy is expected out this spring. This morning we get an update on the early findings. Host Julia Wright speaks with David Dobbelsteyn, Growth Manager for the City and Valentin Boinitski project manager with the SJ Local Immigration Partnership.
 
Musical chairs in acute care... Two of the unions who represent health care workers in Nova Scotia weigh in on the redeployment of staff to meet pandemic challenges. Susan Gill is a national representative with Unifor, based in Sydney. Janet Hazelton is president of the Nova Scotia Nurses Union.
 
(Starts at 0:52 mark) Labrador-Grenfell Health responds to concerns about a lack of dialysis treatment in the Flower's Cove area, (11:49) a Humber Valley Resort homeowner calls 911, but no one comes to fight the fire that ultimately destroyed his garage and damaged his home. (23:02) two NL students discuss the pros and cons of heading back to the c…
 
The Coquihalla Highway is set to reopen to regular vehicle traffic between Hope and Merritt on Wednesday as truckers raise concerns over winter driving conditions; and in our 2nd half, we hear from two guests with advice about how to fix household items by yourself.
 
What should Alberta's justice minister do now? The premier calls for a review - is that enough? Justice Minister Kaycee Madu got a 300 dollar ticket for distracted driving in a school zone last March. He then called Edmonton’s police chief to talk about it. Premier Kenney has asked Madu to step back from his job as justice minister while a review i…
 
Kevin Johnson and five friends drive from Fredericton, NB to Boston in a snowstorm to witness Willie O'Ree's number 22 be retired. O'Ree broke the colour barrier in the NHL when he suited up for the Bruins in 1958. The CBC's Nancy Russell brings us an update on the potato situation on PEI. And on the phone-in: Steve Skafte discusses old cemeteries.…
 
Self-help doesn't need to be self-critical. Need help sticking to your New Year’s resolutions? Or have you ditched them altogether? (We support you either way.) Whatever your strategy, this time of year many of us are thinking about self-improvement. We’ve curated some of our favourite self-help and lifestyle podcasts to help guide you through what…
 
A member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Joy Harjo's work is a powerful mix of the spiritual and political. In Poet Warrior, she reflects on both the joys and harsh realities of her early life and how she found refuge in poetry, music and art.
 
As the Omicron variant surge continues, industries across Canada — hospitals, schools, airlines and more — are facing staffing shortages. More and more workers are juggling overtime shifts and new job responsibilities as workplaces across Canada face a spike in COVID-related job absences. Our question this week:Are you suffering from pandemic burno…
 
Ben Affleck Joins the MCU?, World War Hulk Film, Spider-Man No Way Home Scrapped Plans & More I TCBCBen Affleck in the MCU [11:56]World War Hulk [20:53]Batgirl Production [30:51]MCU Legacy Villains [47:07]Spider-Man No Way Home Changes [56:07]Di The Comic Book Cast
 
On this week’s show: A mother shares her frustration over her son’s life-changing surgery being cancelled due to rising COVID-19 hospitalizations. MPs offer their thoughts on Quebec’s proposed health tax on unvaccinated people. A Montreal ER nurse reveals the burnout felt by frontline hospital workers, and two former health ministers discuss how to…
 
Saskatchewan's premier has tested positive for COVID-19. That happened the day after the premier sat unmasked beside the chief medical health officer. CBC Saskatchewan provincial affairs reporter Adam Hunter and Leader Post columnist Murray Mandryk join host Stefani Langenegger on this week's political panel.…
 
Quebec proposes a tax on people who refuse COVID-19 vaccinations; fans clap back against profit-seeking Wordle knock-offs; how to support the arts as the pandemic deals another blow; the TV adaptation of Station Eleven is a timely look at a fictional post-pandemic world, but should you watch it?; soundscape ecologist Bernie Krause documents how cli…
 
Plants can’t adapt to climate change when seed-dispersing animals are lost; The Earth is at the centre of a cosmic bubble created by supernovae; Medieval knights rode pony-sized war-horses into battle; Scientists have seen new memories forming in an animal for the first time; How an important study of vaccine mixing in Canada got sabotaged by COVID…
 
When the first lockdown hit New York City in 2020, freelance writer Max Falkowitz was stuck by himself. He’s single and lives alone, and Falkowitz was struck by how little he touched living beings anymore. He went from hugging friends to walking cautiously alongside them. To take up his unwanted free time, Falkowitz decided to hunt for a hobby. He …
 
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