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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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B.C. teenager Karis Wilson speaks out after being accused of a dress code violation. She and her dad Chris discuss the event. Tracey McIntosh of Justice For Girls discusses the use of dress codes in B.C. schools. CBC food columnist and author Julie Van Rosendall discusses Canadian "Buttergate".
 
While many sectors of the economy are struggling during the pandemic, the province's mining industry continues to thrive. We are joined by Norm Mercer, who is President of the province's Prospector's Association. Obesity Action is a not-for-profit organization that hopes to help people who live with being overweight or obese by working to eliminate…
 
Actress Serinda Swan walks us through her approach to playing Dr. Jenny Cooper on the CBC crime drama Coroner, explaining what she did to accurately represent panic attacks on screen. In light of a recent wave of anti-Asian racism, Gran Torino star Bee Vang comes forward more than a decade after the film's release to talk about the damage caused by…
 
The At Issue panel discusses the political consequences of Admiral Art McDonald stepping down as chief of the defence staff in light of the investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct. Plus, the panellists unpack the first virtual meeting between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Joe Biden. Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Héber…
 
Is the apocalypse already here? Is The Sims a capitalist fantasy or a commentary on consumerism? Can a house bleed real human blood? Is Zendaya the coolest person in Hollywood? Does New Year’s Day feel like yesterday? Or three years ago? (Or both, somehow?) In any case, the year is young, and we haven’t yet had the chance to catch you up on what’s …
 
On today's show: why government booking systems always seem to crash on opening day; the CBE has released a proposed plan to better balance the student population in the city. We hear what a local parent group thinks of it; we hear about a new publication that chronicles being Black in Lethbridge; Julie Van Rosendaal with the latest on the butter b…
 
Three years after the dream was born, the Port Hood Daycare is now a reality... having opened its doors this week. We ask Stephen Graham, chair of the Bayview Child Development Centre Association, what it took to finally open the doors.
 
In this, part two of Deborah Kimmett's one-woman show Downward Facing Broad, Deb delivers with wit and wisdom, a searing review of life in her early 60's. Dating, napping, Netflix and hugs:just a few things that are more important than you probably realized.
 
Lou Petrie is one of the owners of ECHO Hair Studio in Kingston. She talks about what it's like as customers finally have get a chance to get their done; Is Canada on the verge of a third wave in the pandemic? How serious could it be? Epidemiologist Cynthia Carr says a lot depends how we handle it; Our Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley outlines th…
 
The Sackville food bank moves into the Black Duck Cafe in Sackville, NB after a flood, we hear your feedback on interesting obituaries and on the phone-in: tax tips when filing for 2020
 
The last time we got our political panel together we were wondering when the election would be called. Now, we're all wondering, when will the election be over. This year, tax deductions might be a little different than usual, if you've been working from home during the pandemic. Dawn Kennedy explains what you can and can't claim as a home office. …
 
It's Pink Shirt Day, and a Labrador West business is making sure there are many shirts to go around even if there's no in-person school. We speak with Raeann Brown of Inuky Glass Art And Engraving. The wonder of the universe. We speak with a physicist at Memorial about SpaceX's plan to launch tens of thousands of satellites into orbit, and why it's…
 
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While many Canadians struggled with mental health long before COVID-19, the pandemic has dealt a blow to many more. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, 40 per cent of Canadians report that their mental health has deteriorated since last March. Nearly one-fifth of those surveyed have increased their substance use to cope. Our questi…
 
On this week’s show: Members of the House of Commons finance committee look ahead to a historic federal budget and Independent Senator Chantal Petitclerc discusses the government’s bill to expand access to medical assistance in dying. Plus, hear a discussion on systemic barriers Black organizations face to access federal funding and an Alberta mayo…
 
Bina Venkataraman, author of The Optimist’s Telescope: Thinking Ahead in a Reckless Age, studies the art of looking ahead for solutions during dangerous times. It's a skill she honed while working on the Ebola Task Force for former U.S. president Barack Obama.
 
When the magnetic poles flip out, Earth seems to suffer; Bacteria-hunting viruses can track down antibiotic resistant bugs where they hide; Levitating solar-powered micro flyers may fly high where planes and rockets can't; HIV testing study of trans people in the UK reveals health care gaps; Music inspired by endangered bird calls brings focus on c…
 
(This episode first aired in September 2020, and has been updated to reflect that.) The human brain is always changing, and that constant state of flux helps us adapt to our ever-changing world. What would happen if we built our technologies and economic systems so that they function like our brains?…
 
Why landing a rover on Mars is so difficult, how Rush Limbaugh transformed AM radio, filmmakers explore the life of soccer legend Pelé, The Legend of Zelda soundtrack turns 35, meet the Canadian Opera Company's first disruptor-in-residence and more.
 
Scott Moe says vaccines are the light at the end of the tunnel. But until there is enough for everyone, the tunnel can be long and dark for those affected -- including a health care worker in his 30s, who died this week. Hear more from our political panel with host Stefani Langenegger, CBC Political reporter Adam Hunter, and Leader Post columnist M…
 
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