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In Idaho, one January night in 1961, a small nuclear reactor known simply as the SL-1 exploded. It was part of an experiment run by the U.S. Army at a research facility near Idaho Falls. The blast was deadly, killing all three of the operators on site, making it the world's first fatal nuclear reactor accident. To this day, it remains the deadliest…
Mustafa discusses his debut album, When Smoke Rises, why Toronto's Regent Park community is so important to his art, and his journey from child poet to acclaimed musician. Our Q This music panellists, A. Harmony and Niko Stratis, share their picks for the song of the summer. Rapper Maestro Fresh Wes talks about his latest gig as the new host of CBC…
Collingwood's socially distanced Porchside Festival is back this year and even bigger than before. Why going to someone else's house for a show could be your hot summer ticket this month.A local flag is raising a flap. The City of Kawartha Lakes has made it to the final four in a nationwide municipal flag contest. We hear about the history, design …
Work begins on the 9 million dollar redevelopment of Charlotte Street today. Mayor Amanda McDougall shares the details on phase 1.
Judy LeBlanc fought to clear the air in Saint John, and for all of New Brunswick. A colleague and fellow clean air activist, Gordon Dalzell, joined Khalil Akhtar to share some of his memories.
We're putting the spotlight on people doing great things for the planet in our new summer series called A Climate For Change. Today we introduce you to a group planting thousands of trees to reverse destruction to the ecosystem, while preparing the watershed for warmer weather.
Our culture columnist Tara Lynn Taylor tells us about a revival of the play Hippoposthumous, and the return of FIN's outdoor summer movie series which celebrates the films of Sarah Polley. Plus, an artist's talk on Ava in Wonderland and the Lil Villains Theatre play Dinostories.
A law enforcement expert says the RCMP in NL owes everyone a better explanation. Last month, Courtney Pike of Mount Moriah awoke at 5:30 a.m. to find RCMP officers in her home. They had already been in her 11-year-old daughter's room, all without permission. The officers were searching for a 17-year-old girl, who they considered to be at risk and p…
It's official — the great Canadian road trip season has begun! It's time to pack your bags, wrap some sandwiches, load your phone with some of your favourite Tragically Hip or Justin Bieber jams, and head out on to the Trans-Canada Highway to make your way to your favourite Canadian destination. But Canada is a big country, and there are a lot of p…
Cree artist Kent Monkman is known for his provocative challenges to the representation of Indigenous peoples in Western Art, which often feature his two-spirit artistic persona, Miss Chief. Monkman's work is widely exhibited in Canada and internationally, including at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Smithsonian's National Museum of th…
The sovereign citizen movement's connections to the Freedom Convoy; veteran couponers offer tips and tutorials on social media; the Growlers Choir rides a goth-metal vocal mashup to victory on America's Got Talent; how the war in Ukraine threatens global food systems; and more.
On this week’s show: U.S. Ambassador David Cohen kicks off a special episode on the Canada-U.S. relationship. Canadian senator Peter Boehm and the governor of New Jersey, Phil Murphy, discuss the state of democracy in both countries. Plus — Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland gives her take on the bilateral relationship and NORAD commander Gen.…
Most people have a sense of what a home is: shelter, family, a place to eat, sleep and call your own. But as climate change, pandemics and other crises sweep the planet, "home," at least in our Canadian context, will likely look a lot different in the future. And we don't mean next year, or even next decade, but in 2050.…
Ukraine recaptures southern island, vasectomy uptick, Australia's lockdown for bees, a Swedish zero-star hotel, the Canada Jay, a wheelchair user left on a plane again...and more.
Friends of late Nick St. Louis are organizing a walk in his memory, and we will provide you with the details. (0:00)If that old duffel bag could talk, it would tell some amazing stories. (7:01)There was no prom for a Grand Falls-Windsor graduate last week, but not because he was unsuccessful with his courses. This teen was busy honoring those who m…
A quarter century ago, Rodney Small was at the heart of a landmark decision about racism and policing. On the twentieth anniversary, in 2017, Rodney told Mainstreet's producer Alex Mason his story. His lawyer, the late Rocky Jones, says of Rodney in his autobiography: "This young kid had no idea... how significant this was, around this really simpl…
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June 30, 2022 marks one year since the Lytton fire. We reflect back on the natural disaster and how it has impacted people. In the second half hour, we talk about the best age to retire as BC Today callers share their retirement stories.
The governing Saskatchewan Party is embarking on a summer tour to talk about provincial autonomy while the Opposition in Saskatchewan have a new leader. We ask our political panel about both.
Are you growing veggies to cope with the high cost of food? How is your veggie garden growing? Need some help? Jim Hole is our guest. He's a horticulturist based in Edmonton.
On today's show, we say goodbye to longtime friend and colleague, host of the Calgary Eyeopener, David Gray.
The Kilala Lelum health cooperative in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside merges Western medicine with cultural practices to help hard-to-reach patients. It also uses an innovative mobile clinic that offers everything from wound care to prescriptions for treating opioid drug addiction.
A debate with historian and author John Boyko who says the Convoy protest left him cringing at the sight of the flag. This episode was inspired by a Globe op ed where he lays out how to recapture the flag.
Thomas Calnan coaches you through the loss of a "pet"....and Heidi Foss had a few too many at the holiday party again. Recorded at the 905 Comedy Festival in 2019
Saint John celebrates the Sea Dogs' Memorial Cup win. A parade through Uptown is happening today. On PEI, Boom Burger is giving employees a lift to work with the price of gas being so high. And on the phone-in: we take your questions about jams, jellies and preserves.
As we near the 30th anniversary of the cod moratorium, we head back to the Delta Hotel where SEA-NL organized a number of people to speak to the event.
The Carroll City Council voted during their meeting Monday to move forward with most, but not all, of the proposed renovations and improvements to the Carroll Recreation Center. Officials were forced to head back to the drawing board earlier this year on the project after the bids to replace HVAC equipment, revamp locker rooms, install a raised wal…
We're on our summer break, so no new podcasts before our new season starts Sep 10. Check out our website at cbc.ca/quirks to listen to previous episodes.
Has the United States been reading too many Dystopian novels?
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Pastor Caleb walks us through Ephesians 2 and what it looks like to be a healthy church.Di CBC Las Cruces
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Bill Richardson on Mavis Gallant, Tom King on Deep House and our mystery book panel recommends their summer reads, and more.
BIENVENIDOS A MUJERES CON PROPÓSITO...Conectando El Cuerpo de Cristo a través de la Palabra de Dios, esperamos que nuestro episodio sea de bendición para todos. Búscanos en Facebook: Mujeres con Propósito 11 para dejar sus testimonios de avivamiento y permitirnos conectar con el Cuerpo de Cristo en todo el mundo. Recibiendo esta palabra comencé est…
Assistant professor of religion Alexander Hampton and opera singer Nicole Percifield teamed up at the University of Toronto to launch the Dawn Chorus project — incorporating birdsong recorded by students into a composition sung by Percifield, to celebrate and raise awareness of the wildlife existing within urban centres.…
This week... we remember the Elliot Lake mall collapse from 10 years ago, the story of a children's book that celebrates Indigenous languages and traditions, we also hear about the health benefits of copper, and Backroads Bill Steer takes us to the western edge of Ontario.
Jennifer Whalen, Andrew Phung and Ajahnis Charley get quizzed by host Gavin Crawford