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Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller calls for immigration reform after 50 people die in a suspected human smuggling operation in San Antonio, Texas. cbc.ca/radio/asithapp…
Today, @AaronWherry on why he thinks Trudeau’s Liberals are “now arguably in as difficult a stage as it's maybe ever been, which is a funny thing to say for a government that's been through some pretty big crises.” Listen here: cbc.ca/1.6504700
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One of the judges who presided over the court hearings of Freedom Convoy organizers is speaking out after receiving threats considered serious enough to require police intervention. cbc.ca/1.6502747
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The 17-year-old Chihuahua-Chinese crested mix, rescued from neglect and hoarding, took home the top prize at the annual contest that "celebrates homely hounds and the humans who love them." cbc.ca/radio/asithapp…
Ontario's Justice Centres offer a new approach to criminal justice through a combination of courtroom accountability, education, health and support programs. cbc.ca/radio/ideas/ho…
"I would say that the reach has been broader but shallower," said Brian Carwana, the executive director of Encounter World Religions. cbc.ca/radio/tapestry…
Although solutions could take time to implement, some say they could be put into practice now. cbc.ca/radio/whitecoa…
Dr. Kristin Lyerly says she has patients who need abortions — but thanks to a more than century-old Wisconsin state law and the recent reversal of Roe v. Wade, there's nothing she can do to help them. cbc.ca/radio/asithapp…
It took Steve Ecklund and Mark Boise nearly 2 hours to haul in the sturgeon, which was 3.1 metres long, 1.4 metres wide, and weighed 318 kilograms. After they'd photographed and tagged their catch, the duo released the fish back into the river. cbc.ca/radio/asithapp…
For his project, Segregation by Design, Adam Paul Susaneck compares historic aerial photographs of cities to photos taken after some of the highways were built, to show how the neighbourhoods were reshaped to accommodate them. cbc.ca/radio/spark/se…
The Craspedacusta sowerbii jellyfish are native to southeast China, but they can be found in abundance in B.C. lakes this summer. Scientists believe the jellyfish travelled to Canada by attaching themselves to migrating water birds or boats. cbc.ca/radio/thecurre…
The actor, best known for his role on Schitt's Creek, said that life's best things come from "not trying to hustle too hard." cbc.ca/radio/q/monday…
Being a queer and disabled person brings Karli Drew immeasurable joy, but she says Pride events are usually inaccessible for people like her. cbc.ca/radio/nowornev…
By authorities' estimates, at least 1,150 people have been killed. cbc.ca/news/world/afg…
Deep House is part of Thomas King's DreadfulWater mystery series. It follow Thumps DreadfulWater, a Cherokee ex-cop trying to make a living as a photographer in a small town in the northwestern U.S. cbc.ca/radio/thenextc…
A woman who runs a reproductive rights organization in Mississippi says she will keep helping people access abortion services, despite the U.S. Supreme Court's overturning of Roe. v. Wade. cbc.ca/1.6500637
While she isn't surprised by the decision of the Supreme Court, Michelle Colón says she will "defy this ruling, defy this law, with everything in my being." cbc.ca/radio/asithapp…
"It's hard to see, if this court is being intellectually consistent, why it would stop with abortion." @maryrziegler on the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, and why she fears rights like contraception and marriage are also in jeopardy: cbc.ca/1.6502499
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Writer and broadcaster Bill Richardson speaks with @RogersShelagh about the legacy of Canadian short story master Mavis Gallant, who would have turned 100 in 2022. cbc.ca/1.6500377
Our question this week: What's happening inside ERs across Canada right now? How are wait times affecting you? The lines are open — call us: 1-888-416-8333, or email: [email protected] twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
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Today marks 146 years since the Battle of the Little Bighorn - one of the most significant battles in U.S. history. Read a firsthand Indigenous account, which includes an image of the original letter and a photograph of the author, Standing Bear, himself. cbc.ca/1.6404159
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. cbc.ca/1.6500243
Finance minister Chrystia Freeland says she's well aware of inflation and public frustration. Freeland says affordability and fiscal restraint must be balanced as the federal government looks to address the rising cost of living. cbc.ca/1.6501750
Freeways, suburbanization and malls were concepts sold as part of the American dream when they were introduced in the 1950s. Some architects and design critics say these innovations were actually vehicles of segregation. cbc.ca/1.6499455
Two women, both named Anna Marie MacLean, were born on opposite sides of the country. But both women say a fateful meeting as teenagers at a performing arts camp in Nova Scotia fundamentally altered the course of their lives. cbc.ca/1.6497868
It can be much harder for First Nations people living on reserve to get a bank loan. Because they don't legally own the land they live on, they can't use it as collateral. cbc.ca/1.6499508
Margo Jefferson, the American writer, academic and cultural critic, spoke with Eleanor Wachtel about her memoir Constructing a Nervous System, an incisive look at race, class, music and feminism. cbc.ca/1.6500163
Sonny Kiss is part of a small but growing group of LGBTQ pro wrestlers who have been making headway in the world of mainstream wrestling — an industry that has long been seen as macho and misogynist. cbc.ca/1.6501129
Bianca Andreescu shared advice with young players from the same tennis club where she played as a child. cbc.ca/1.6501047
Justin Trudeau says people who chose not to be vaccinated against COVID-19 must accept the consequences of those decisions, including lost employment and restricted access to transportation and other services. cbc.ca/1.6499214
Greg Dipple wants to turn the waste from nickel mines into large-scale carbon sinks. His idea would help reduce the environmental impact of mining for metals that are highly sought after for electric vehicle batteries. cbc.ca/1.6500497
"I'm going to defy this ruling, defy this law, with everything in my being. It is unjust. It is discriminatory. It is misogynistic. It is racist. It's everything," said Michelle Colón, the executive director of SHERo Mississippi. cbc.ca/1.6500637
Some of these Canadian towns are celebrating Pride - for the first time ever. cbc.ca/radio/thecurre…
"Darryl doesn't want to be touched ... [he] was acting out." Rick Boguski recalls the shift in his brother's behaviour while at a Sask. group home for the severely disabled. In April, he learned Darryl was one of five alleged victims of sexual assault. cbc.ca/1.6499756
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Former Conservative leader Erin O'Toole claims foreign interference from China in the last election cost his party seats. But some media and national security experts argue that any intervention was unlikely to have been so decisive. cbc.ca/radio/thehouse…
Looking for a good read? Check out this list of the buzzworthy Canadian and international fiction and nonfiction books out right now. cbc.ca/books/the-cbc-…
"Sometimes there is duff and branches left behind because the tree has been cut down and trimmed, and gotten ready for transport out in the back of a truck," said Bourgon, author of the new book Tree Thieves: Crime and Survival in North America's Woods. cbc.ca/radio/thecurre…
The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place for nearly 50 years. The decision is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states. cbc.ca/1.6495637
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After months of pressure from advocates, the federal government has issued special travel documents to thousands of Afghans to help them escape the country and ultimately make their way to Canada. cbc.ca/1.6499309
Leanne Mathewson is what some call an "extreme couponer." She gathers deals from coupons, clippings and deal-searching apps to cut her grocery bill in half, regularly saving $30 or more in a single visit. cbc.ca/1.6499550
"To talk of transracialism instead of racial passing is, I think, to shear off its past of darkness, of illicitness," argues Esi Edugyan. cbc.ca/listen/live-ra…
Dave Meslin’s fight against suspected illegal billboards is now the subject of a new documentary. He says it's about more than just trying to get corporations to follow the rules — it’s also about reclaiming public space. cbc.ca/1.6464274
Kim's Convenience star Jean Yoon takes the news quiz: cbc.ca/radio/becausen…
Moth's wings can absorb up to 87% of incoming sound, a handy trait when being hunted by a bat. If the structures that make this possible could be emulated and scaled up to industrial size, it would have a huge impact on soundproofing technologies. cbc.ca/radio/bob-mcdo…
The timing of your next COVID-19 vaccine may be more important than ever as highly contagious Omicron subvariants are on the rise in Canada and waning immunity from previous vaccination and infection threatens to fuel another surge. cbc.ca/news/health/fo…
Canadian MPs are being issued panic buttons due to an increased number of threatening incidents. cbc.ca/listen/live-ra…
The first episode of Buffy, our new 5-part series on the incomparable Buffy Sainte-Marie, is now available! Listen to how Beverly Sainte-Marie, a little girl born on the Canadian prairies, found a ticket to freedom in her guitar — and becomes Buffy. 🔊hyperurl.co/buffyrj
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“I hope that people who consider themselves allies to LGBTQ causes will see what's happening and will stand up.” @ParkerMolloy discusses the recent rise in anti-LGBTQ sentiment: cbc.ca/1.6498417
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"It was very much about wanting to communicate something to people who I know or might know in the world and wanted the same future as me," the author said. cbc.ca/books/daniel-s…
One of the leaders for a coalition of five Native American tribes in Utah says its new agreement with the U.S. government could set a precedent for future deals between Indigenous peoples and the U.S. cbc.ca/1.6497891
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