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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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(Starts at 0:58) Public health officials try to get a handle on whether there's been spread of COVID-19 in the Codroy Valley, (9:30) a Gander Bay family loses everything as their house burns to the ground on Mother's Day, (17:17) iconic "Welcome to Scenic Green Bay" sign and wall on TCH disappear from the scene, but they will return, and (24:09) ic…
 
Health minister Dorothy Shephard reitered what others have said before. The mental health system in NB is broken. And she's vowed to fix it, yesterday she announced 21 actions to improve things. New Brunswick's child and youth advocate Norman Bosse is also working on a report that point to changes needed.…
 
Jamie Loftus is a woman of many talents. She's a comedian and animator, and you may have heard her on the podcasts The Bechdel Cast and My Year In Mensa. Her latest project is Lolita Podcast, a 10-part deep dive into Lolita podcast examines Vladimir Nabokov’s book and the many ways it's been interpreted -- and misinterpreted -- over the years. Toda…
 
Tourism operators are calling on the province for more clarity on how BC will reopen to tourists in the months ahead; Tourism Richmond CEO Nancy Small and Accent Inns CEO Mandy Farmer discuss planning for the summer ahead. As BC venues start to book concerts for the late fall and beyond, Tarun Nayar of Delhi 2 Dublin and 5X Festival discuss the eve…
 
The At Issue panel discusses the federal government's new broadcasting legislation and why it's faced so much criticism from the opposition and legal experts. Does it need to be scrapped? Plus, the panellists weigh in on the political response to Quebec's Bill 101 overhaul. Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne and Althia Raj.…
 
We're all looking forward to hugging our loved ones and meeting friends in public again. In England, that starts next week. We get the details from reporter Henry Hill in London. Lots of new and exciting projects are starting and finishing in Natuashish. Mushuau Innu First Nation Chief John Nui gives us an update. We hear about how the fish plant i…
 
Punk rocker Dexter Holland of The Offspring discusses the band's 10th studio album, Let the Bad Times Roll, and fills us in on his other job as a doctorate-holding molecular biologist. Musicians Jasper Verhulst and Merve Dasdemir of the Amsterdam-based rock band Altin Gün tell us how they're breathing new life into traditional Turkish folk songs. P…
 
The Prime Minister says this can be a 'one-shot' summer - meaning that anyone who is eligible will be able to get their first dose of a COVID vaccine before summer begins. What protection will that one shot provide? We ask Eric Arts a professor of microbiology and immunology at Western University in London; The provincial government is touting that…
 
A look at the new report about diversity and inclusion from Hockey Nova Scotia with Dean Smith, chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force and a member of the Hockey Nova Scotia Board, along with Levi Denny, a Task Force member, on how they plan to accomplish a more diverse base.
 
On today's show: senior backbench member Todd Loewen, in a letter posted on Facebook early Thursday, called on Kenney to resign, saying he no longer has confidence in his leadership. We get reaction to that letter; it's the perfect time right now to see mountain bluebirds and a lot of their resurgence is traced back to a man named Don Stiles. We sp…
 
We talk with Moira Brown who's a senior scientist with the Canadian Whale Institute and the Campobello Island Whale Rescue Team about the best approach to prevent fishing gear entanglements. Joshua Michelin tells us about his new puppy that he picked up in Amherst, NS after it arrived from Texas. And on the phone-in: Painting and staining tips from…
 
Ignatius 'Nish" Rumboldt has been described as a musical powerhouse, credited with developing the choral community in Newfoundland and Labrador. He was one of the first conductors to add Newfoundland folk songs to the choral repertoire. Rumboldt was honoured by Heritage NL as a Person of Provincial Historic Significance. We spoke with his grandson,…
 
Show favourite Mike Delamont entertains the heck out of a Halifax audience...but if you have cats at home, please, use your discretion. And from Hecklers Comedy Club, Erica Sigurdson reminds you that honesty has NO place in a relationship.
 
Nicole Sparks wears a prosthetic arm and uses an Accessible Parking permit to help with tasks like getting groceries back to her car alone... but since registering for the permit, she says she's being harassed by strangers in the parking lot on a weekly basis... something she attributes to stigma around invisible disability.…
 
No Spider-Man MCU Multiverse?, Superman Reboot Upsets Fans, Eternals & MCU Future & More I TCBC 516Black Panther Wakanda Forever Revealed [4:50]Superman Reboot Sounds VERY Different [11:30]Marvel's Eternals First Look Reactions & Negativity [17:22]Multiple New MCU Projects Spotted [26:13]No Andrew Garfield for Spider-Man No Way Home [36:35]BONSU fo…
 
The wonderfully funny Irish journalist was best known for her candid memoir Are You Somebody? — about a woman who enjoyed career success but found herself lonely and insecure in her 50s. O'Faolain spoke to Eleanor on stage in Victoria in 2003. She died in 2008.
 
Tofino Marcus Paladino is the author and photographer behind a new surf photo book called Cold Comfort. He joined guest host Rohit Joseph to talk about the life of a surf photographer and what makes Tofino unique in the surfing world.
 
On this week’s show: Canada’s ambassador to the U.S. Kirsten Hillman weighs in on Michigan’s efforts to shut down Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline next week. CBC’s Rosemary Barton runs through PMO chief of staff Katie Telford’s testimony at the Commons defence committee. Plus: a look at Alberta’s COVID-19 crisis, the fallout from U.S. troops withdrawing …
 
Wild donkeys and horses dig wells in the desert, and create a refuge for plants and animals; Genetically modified grass can suck toxic explosives out of the ground; Animals don't seem to much care if they mate with relatives; Making the most of fish waste: how scientists transformed it into biodegradable plastic; Digging into 75,000 year old mastod…
 
Pairing science with psychology, Claudia Hammond wrote the book on rest - and why we need more of it. The Art of Rest, reveals the activities (other than sleep) that can most help you relax, even if it’s something you struggle with doing. The previously untold story of Canadian hockey executive Sherry Bassin is recounted in a documentary by NPR's G…
 
Dr. Brian Goldman meets up with veteran paramedic Joanne Skinner just before she heads out on a 12-hour shift. Joanne is part of the team that's been working nonstop transferring COVID patients from overcrowded ICU's in the GTA to hospitals outside the city.
 
This week... the story of a Nipissing First Nation man recovering from COVID-19, the Canadian Taxpayer's Federation comes out against bailing out Laurentian University, the price of lumber skyrockets, a young entrepreneur makes pizzas in Azilda, a message found in a bottle on Manitoulin Island, and a history lesson about multi-millionaire Sir Harry…
 
A volunteer who's sourcing life-saving supplies in India; how Bill Gates helped block global access to COVID-19 vaccines; why Bill C-10 is making so many people angry; reviewing Resident Evil Village; what travel guru Rick Steves is doing during his pandemic-induced moratorium on vacationing and more.…
 
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