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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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Former Alberta premier Alison Redford talks about Jason Kenney’s decision to resign as leader of the UCP, once a new leader is chosen. Two experts discuss the government’s move to ban Huawei from this country’s telecom industry. Plus — Duane Smith of the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation on how Canada can secure Arctic sovereignty, two economists dis…
 
On today's show: how Premier Jason Kenney gets to remain leader of the United Conservative Party until a new leader is chosen; a lookahead to game 2 of the Battle of Alberta. Sportsnet's Eric Francis joins us; au revoir, Jean! We speak with the now retired artistic director of Alberta Ballet; and what to expect visiting the national parks this long…
 
How the "great replacement" conspiracy theory went mainstream; Downton Abbey is back in theatres; as the water in Lake Mead drops to record lows, bodies of the victims of mob hits may be being exposed; in a post Roe v. Wade America, the data on women's phones could offer a trove of incriminating evidence; a distant relative of legendary Russian com…
 
Study says climate change could cause us to lose sleep – in more ways than one; Scientists successfully grow plants in moon dust; Fossil preserves critical evidence for how trilobites had sex half a billion years ago; A scientist recreates avian soundscapes so we can hear what we’re missing; How the medical system needs to – and is – engaging with …
 
The CBC's Jason Viau reports on how some greenhouses are being used to grow illegal cannabis and how farm workers there may be unaware that they're aiding a criminal operation; Last year Mike Shoreman tried and failed to be the first person with a disability to paddleboard across an international border. This summer, he has a new goal: to paddle th…
 
Gardening in HVGB (0:00)It's that time of year when many of us will be using microphones to give heartfelt speeches at weddings and graduations. Here's a few tips on using microphones to make you sound the best you can. (4:04)We spoke with Bike Labrador on this National Bike to Work Day. (7:40)Thinking of signing up for next year's Cain Quest? We h…
 
We have a panel discussion with three Caper's about how they're feeling the impact of high fuel prices. Jenny Hughes lives in Brook Village in Inverness County. She works at L'Arche Cape Breton in Iron Mines. Tim LeVangie owns and operates the farm "Thyme for Ewe", in Millville. Cheryl Hutt lives in Louisbourg and she works at the Fortress in the f…
 
When Albert Lee's father moved to Halifax from China as a child, his dad was the only Chinese boy in the city. That was 1916. Halifax and Nova Scotia have changed a lot since then. Hear from Lee, a community historian, and Rohini Bannerjee, the associate vice-president of Diversity Excellence at Saint Mary’s University, ahead of their upcoming pane…
 
A new study from Dalhousie University's School of Health and Human Performance shines a light on the challenges faced by Syrian women who recently gave birth in this province. We hear from Emma Stirling-Cameron, a research associate who led the study.
 
The CBC's Alexandre Silberman reports on the mixed reactions after a high profile coroner's inquest concludes in NB. Two year ago, 26 year-old Chantel Moore was killed by a police officer during a wellness check.The Indigenous woman was killed in Edmunston. We hear how people, including her mother, are reacting. And on the phone-in: Gardening tips …
 
When we're in primary school, we learn about the food chain and how species relies on other species as prey in order to survive. In the North Atlantic ocean, capelin are vital prey for larger fish, whales and seabirds. But conservation groups such as Oceana say capelin stocks are shrinking, and the marine ecosystem is in serious trouble without the…
 
The At Issue panel discusses what went wrong for Jason Kenney in Alberta, but also what this latest political departure means for the future of the Conservative movement in Canada. Plus, the panellists talk about the lessons for the federal Conservative leadership race. Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne, Althia Raj and Elamin Abdel…
 
Fisherman Mario Rice supports more processing capacity as he waits to go crab fishing; the Labrador Fishermen's Union Shrimp Company is providing EPIRBS for vessels fishing for them; the FFAW responds to a recommendation made by the Transportation Safety Board in light of the sinking of the Sarah Anne.…
 
Stephanie Allen of the Hogan's Alley Society says Canadians should avoid the urge to think this country is "above" the kind of racist, extremist views that led to a mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., where authorities say a white man targeted Black people specifically.
 
Marvel's Fantastic Four News, Doctor Strange 2 & Beyond, MCU future & More I TCBC 570INTRO [0:00]Doctor Strange Multiverse of Spoilers [7:49]Marvel's Inhumans Q&A [24:37]Guardians Vol3 Wraps Filming [29:40]Loki Season 2 & Kang Q&A [35:00]The Moon Knight scrapped scripts [37:54]Illuminati Members & Ultron Q&A [44:02]Bryce Dallas Howard to do F4 [47:…
 
Kiese Laymon originally conceived of his award-winning memoir Heavy as a weight-loss book, but it turned into something more profound: an intimate account of growing up Black in Jackson, Miss. With fearless honesty and hard-edged humour, Laymon describes a childhood filled with love, but also violence. The memoir confronts his complicated relations…
 
The premier has been jetting around the world this week, pitching Saskatchewan products to an audience in the United Arab Emirates. Meanwhile back at home, there are questions about the government's policing of the legislature, and a new political party may be about to set root. Is this a spring of renewal in the province, or the fallout from a win…
 
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