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Cross Country Checkup is Canada's only weekly national open-line radio program. It is broadcast live across Canada every Sunday afternoon on CBC Radio One and SiriusXM, and streamed live on the Internet. Each week Canadians from coast to coast join in a lively discussion on an issue of national interest that affects their daily lives. Toll-free number (during the broadcast only): 1-888-416-8333
 
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ATV tour operator says RCMP safety campaign should target careless, off-trail riders, food banks contend with growing needs by families, under the pressures of the pandemic, and a folklorist's CD project resurrects traditional songs from NL's Gros Morne region.
 
All week on q (Nov. 30 to Dec. 4), we're exploring the many ways that artists deal with, and draw from, mental health issues in a series called Sound Mind: Mental Health and the Arts. Vivek Shraya discusses the challenges she faces both personally and as an artist when it comes to adapting to the new normal and just "showing up" every day. Josh Gro…
 
Corp Jeff Wall tells us about Lear, the 2 year-old RCMP dog who found a missing man after only 2 months on the job, more of your stories on outdoor rinks and on the phone-in: issues about accessibility.
 
Since the lockdown in Toronto and Peel, small businesses are pleading for government to level out the playing field between them and big box stores that remain open. Analysis with Ricardo Tranjanm with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives’ Ontario office.
 
Alex MacKenzie, a scientist at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute and a professor of pediatrics at the University of Ottawa explains how examining waste water could help to predict outbreaks of COVID-19; Many people seem to be getting into the holiday spirit already. Our happiness columnist Jennifer Moss explains how it c…
 
On today's show: we talk to a criminal defence lawyer who is concerned about the new impaired driving legislation that comes into effect today in Alberta; are you confused by the rules around pandemic restrictions these days? We ask Dr. Raj Bhardwaj why these can be difficult to understand and how to make sense of it all; we speak to Alberta author…
 
On today's show, we speak with Labrador MHAs and the MP regarding the fed's fiscal update announced yesterday. December has started and with it, CBC's yearly campaign to help people in the community.This year it's all online but with the help of people in HVGB, we're able to have some kind of a turkey drive. It's put together by Labrador Motors and…
 
Scientists are screening wastewater to catch early signs of COVID-19. One of the lead researchers of the initiative is Robert Delatolla, he is an associate engineering professor from the University of Ottawa. He explains how his group's work can help prevent regional coronavirus outbreaks.
 
The At Issue panel looks at the political messaging within the Liberal government’s first federal economic update since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus, what it could mean for the spring budget and a federal election. Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne and Althia Raj for a special Monday edition of the podcast.…
 
Actor Mena Massoud on his debut cookbook Evolving Vegan, Claire Tansey on her cookbook Dinner, Uncomplicated, Yolanda T. Marshall on her picture book My Soca Birthday Party, Jillian Tamaki on her picture book Our Little Kitchen and columnist Antanas Sileika shares two books that explore the science of food.…
 
Indigenous Canadians are avoiding going to the doctor or seeking care in hospitals, says the president of The Indigenous Physicians Association. The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact, but there's also another potentially deadly factor: racism. "People are fearing that they will be treated in a racist manner, or not receive the standard of care th…
 
On this week’s special: The House explores Ottawa’s relationship to Canada’s three territories and their path toward province-like powers. Learn how federal funding could help one First Nation in the Northwest Territories ease its housing shortage and hear the former Iqaluit mayor discuss Nunavut’s connectivity struggles. Plus, Chief Dana Tizya-Tra…
 
What doctors wish they were hearing from politicians on COVID-19, why The Queen's Gambit is the best sports show ever, Waubgeshig Rice remembers Indigenous hockey icon Fred Sasakamoose, The Grand Ole Opry turns 95, Linda Thomas-Greenfield is Joe Biden's pick for U.S. ambassador to the UN, and more.
 
Could quick COVID ‘antigen’ tests break the back of the pandemic?;This gorgeous African rat combs poison into its fur to deter predators; Neuroscience suggests that yes, when you see purple, it's the same purple I see; The world's major climate zones - polar, temperate and tropical - are transforming as we watch; Why are the hottest temperatures me…
 
This week, we meet a grieving mother in Sudbury, we hear about plans for a safe place for drug users, a ride on the Yo Mobile in Timmins, remember a man shot and killed on Manitoulin Island, the founder of the Northern Ontario Heritage Party dies, and Mike Ranta of Killarney talks about why he wants to build the world's largest canoe paddle.…
 
Throughout the pandemic we've seen a resurgence of retro hobbies like bread making, tie-dyeing clothes, and going to the drive-in. Why is nostalgia our natural response in times of crisis? And, fasten those jetpacks! A look at the surprising nostalgic pleasures of our past visions of the future.
 
Easily, some of the most bingeable podcasts fall under True Crime. And how can you not get hooked? Many of these series are intertwined with mystery, suspense, intrigue… a winning combination for any great story.From surfing jewel smugglers to an in-real-life “whodunnit” murder mystery, these podcasts will have you on the edge of your seat.--------…
 
Robin Wall Kimmerer is an acclaimed botanist who blends her scientific studies with her Indigenous upbringing. She says there is much to be learned about how to interact respectfully with the earth, from the behaviour of plants.
 
Recently recorded at a safe distance in Winnipeg, Comedian Matt Falk has some bones to pick with a number of animals who wronged him...and Edmonton's Dan Taylor contemplates his options for when someone insults his mother. They all end in bad news for the other guy.
 
“It’s something you normally keep to yourself and don’t really tell anyone.” Alex has noticed there’s stigma around mental health and neurodiversity. She’s heard how some people hide their anxiety, ADHD and Dyslexia. When she receives some results of her own, she’s able to put her fears aside and connect more deeply with her friends when she discov…
 
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