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Tapestry is your guide through the messy business of being human. You’ll hear surprising conversations and rediscover your connection to something larger than yourself. Tapestry: your time to pause and go deep.
If a joke's worth telling, it's worth repeating. Comedy Factory host Jane Testar collects our favourite skits, commentaries and funny bits that appeared on CBC Radio over the past week. It's an assembly line of humour, safety-tested and priced to move!
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Thirty years ago, Salman Rushdie made a surprise appearance at a Canadian PEN fundraiser, while still in hiding because of the fatwa issued against him for his 1988 novel, The Satanic Verses. Getting Rushdie to Toronto was an enormous undertaking and Writers & Company was one of few Canadian media outlets granted access to Rushdie before the event.…
This week's segment is on holiday travel. Our guests are Frederic Dimanche and Barry Shecter. Dimanche is a director of hospitality and tourism management at Toronto Metropolitan University. Shecter is a travel commentator and expert with New Wave travel.
Kate Beaton on Ducks, Jónína Kirton on Standing in a River of Time and hockey legend Bryan Trottier takes our Proust questionnaire.
The CEO of the Calgary Chamber of Commerce and two political strategists talk about the Alberta Sovereignty Act. The head of a gun control group discusses the uproar over amendments to a firearms bill. Experts Vina Nadjibulla and Jeff Nankivell analyze Canada’s Indo-Pacific strategy. Plus — the EU executive’s vice-president outlines Europe’s energy…
We love to talk to you about your historic pieces! We've talked caribou coats, letters, and so much more on the show but how do you preserve those personal historical items for the long term? For her advice, Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter reached Miki Lee, a conservator at The Rooms.
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In this instalment of The Butterfly Effect, we hear the long tale of the mixtape: How the Sony Walkman paved the way for the iPod and streaming a million songs, TV shows and movies from our smartphones. Featuring Michael Bull, professor of sound studies at University of Sussex; Todd Green, associate professor of marketing at Brock University; and J…
A Memorial University Grad hasn’t been seen in almost 2 weeks, after allegedly being detained by Iranian security forces. We speak with his friend and one of his professors
On today's show: what federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh thinks about the so-called "Trudeau-Notley-Singh" alliance; the boss of the CPP responds to Alberta pondering its own pension plan; we hear how full Calgary warming centres and shelters are during this cold snap.
Tis the season. For shortbread. And fruitcake. And cookies. All the sweet, buttery things. We want to hear what YOU'RE baking this year and Julie van Rosendaal is going to share some of her secrets too.
Saskatchewan’s government says it’s looking at “growth that works for everyone.” It released its mid-year budget projections which look better than expected. We know some of that cash is coming to residents in affordability cheques - but another billion dollars is going to pay down debt. Leader Post columnist Murray Mandryk and CBC Saskatchewan pro…
Hockey Canada discrimination, Alabama coal miners strike, Rosie Rowbotham obit, PEI water wall, squid filming and Pantone's colour of the year and more...
Bats growl like death metal singers to communicate with each other; James Webb Space Telescope sees into the atmosphere of a distant gas giant; Lab coats don’t fit and aren’t functional. This researcher wants to make them fabulous; Ants produce ‘milk’ during metamorphosis to feed the colony; Pinpointing the Anthropocene. Where is the signature of t…
Martha Chaves, Emma Hunter and Tom Howell take the news quiz with host Gavin Crawford
This weekend a local pageant winner will be using her title and her platform to underline beauty and strength in disabilities. This morning we got to know Andreia Pacheco and her cause.It's unusual to see a flock of evening grosbeaks show up in Tiny Township at this time of the year....and now, one of them is getting even more attention from local …
Brian Goldman and producer Jeff Goodes ride along with TAIBU, a mobile crisis response team in Scarborough that provides a non-police response to urgent mental health crises in the community.
Footage from Iran shows girls and women removing their hijabs in protest. But when the videos end up on Tiktok some of the complexity around the veil is going to get lost. Tapestry spoke with Homa Hoodfar, on the meanings of the veil in Iran and Islam. Peak into our voicemail as we hear from Iranians across Canada on their hopes and fears. Kiana Ka…
Our house band, Jeff Rogers, Rebecca Noelle and Jamie Holmes play your favourite holiday songs and Christmas carols in exchange for stories of why these tunes hold special meaning this time of year.
As protests spread across China, citizens consider how far they can push Beijing; concerns of privatized health-care as a virtual pediatric care service shuts down; meet Jeremy Brown, one of the real-life Cornish fishermen who inspired the musical Fisherman's Friends; Dr. Nasser Mohamed, an exiled gay physician from Qatar, campaigns for LGBTQ right…
Casey, our contestant for the Morning North Mystery Game needed a few extra clues but managed to go 5 for 5 answering all the questions in the quiz correctly. Could you have done the same? Have a listen and find out.
When Angela Riley founded the social enterprise Scotian Shores in 2020, she made a ten year goal to remove a million pounds of garbage from our shorelines. Hear how in 2022 alone, the group has managed to clean up more than 250,000 pounds of debris.
Christine Wark is the director of housing and wellness with the Elizabeth Fry Society of New Brunswick. She speaks with Steven Webb about what she says can be done to better support people exiting prison with limited options for shelter.
CBC's Maeve McFadden stopped by the Cafe Inclusio to meet some of the employees and the owners.
One politician says goodbye as he closes down his village, the other is saying hello as he takes over as mayor of a community that's just coming into existence. Jeanne Armstrong gets two views of the future after Monday's municipal elections.
Dr. Robert Strang, the province's chief medical officer of health, spoke with host Jeff Douglas about cases of influenza more than doubling in Nova Scotia since the last reporting period.
We speak with John Wishart, the CEO of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton and Ray Roberge, the general manager of the Delta Hotel Beausejour. They raise concerns about the impact of the growing homeless problem downtown. Osborne Burke in Neil's Harbour, CB, says his business has not been able to access emergency funding following Fiona. An…
The top officials with the Department of Health were in Glace Bay last night to hold a community conversation.
Several years into Covid-19, many of us are vaccinated and boosted, and some of us still wear masks and practise social distancing. As cold and flu season kicks into high gear, a conversation about masking is remerging. But what happens when one person in the household wants to mask up, while the other doesn't? Dr. Betty Rodriguez Rubio is a regist…
The At Issue panel discusses the Alberta Sovereignty within a United Canada Act and whether they expect it to pass the legislature. Plus what does this new act mean for the relationship between Ottawa and the provinces?Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne, Elamin Abdelmahmoud and Althia Raj.…
Two days after a major snowstorm hit the South Coast of B.C. some municipalities are still seeing icy side roads and struggling drivers. CBC's Municipal Affairs Reporter, Justin McElroy joins us to dig into why this is. Next, are food banks a band-aid solution to poverty? Is there a political failure to address poverty?…
Today we shine our spotlight on author, writer, speaker and Governor General Award nominated Deborah Kimmett. You heard her last year when we presented Downward Facing Broad, here she is performing at the 20th Anniversary of Accent on Toronto.
Leo White of the NL Coalition for Aquaculture Reform says fish farming needs more regulation; After eight years as president, Keith Sullivan resigns from the fisheries union.
Taking a dim view of bright lights: St. John's deputy mayor Sheilagh O'Leary illuminates the city's position on a dispute in the Outer Battery.
Are you slipping on your plant parenting duties? Host Jane Testar certainly is. That Ficus is going to need therapy.
Ford's housing bill will mean "40% fewer affordable units" than planned, and an $88 million shortfall every year due to cancelled development fees says Mississauga councilor; Ajax wetland restored.
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Splashed on magazine covers, all over Instagram feeds, and getting clicks on TMZ, celebrity gossip is a steady presence.But fame and fortune have their downsides, and from the experiences of stars from Marilyn Monroe to Britney Spears, it's clear there's a dark side to the gossip mill. So, what if there was an ethical way to satisfy our curiosity a…
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