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National News Show on COVID-19
06 Apr, 2020 | 0:06:17 |
EN | Maureen McEwan | The Response

Today, we look at the launch of the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) this week and the ongoing discussion about medical supplies in Canada.
Covid-19 PSAs "Keep Your Distance"
24 Mar, 2020 | 0:05:21 |
EN | Arbie Fru |

Three versions, short, med., and long of a psa about social distancing and hand washing
March 18 report on COVID 19 in British Columbia
19 Mar, 2020 | 0:05:01 |
EN | Mick Sweetman CHLY 101.7FM in Nanaimo |

BC declared a provincial state of emergency on Wednesday in response to the COVID 19 pandemic. BC Provincial health officer Bonnie Henry also announced that healthcare workers who had been out of the country are subject to the 14-day self-isolation period with narrow exceptions. Produced by Mick Sweetman, CHLY 101.7FM in Nanaimo
A retelling of Dickens' first Christmas fairy tale that would later become the model for A Christmas
19 Sep, 2019 | 0:08:09 |
EN | Kenny Chumbley |

It's Christmas Eve. A wretched gravedigger stands on the brink of doom, and his only hope . . . is a band of goblins A forgotten Dickens with all the joy and love of A Christmas Carol.
How come Gozilla never destroyed Vancouver? How come aliens never seem to land on Parliament Hill?
17 May, 2017 | 0:06:16 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

It looks like a kid's picture book at first glance. Until you realize the cute bear on the cover is actually huge,really, really angry and using Toronto's iconic CN Tower to smash buildings! "When Big Bears Invade" was created and written by Alexander Finbow with illustrations by Winnipeg-born Nyco Rudolph.
Is Toronto the 'World Class City' it wants to be?
09 May, 2017 | 0:06:51 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

How many Torontonians does it take to change a lightbulb? One, but only after a committee goes to New York to see how a 'World Class City' does it! Author Shawn Micallef thinks the city the whole country loves to hate has had a bum rap. He prefers to call it "Frontier City".
How one incompetent and malicious pathologist destroyed many Ontario families.
26 Apr, 2017 | 0:06:59 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

In the mid 1990s the Chief Coroner for Ontario sent out a memo entitled "Think Dirty" encouraging pathologists to be on the look-out for suspicious deaths of children. One, Dr. Charles Smith took that too far. Many families were ripped apart before his shoddy work was exposed. Author John Chipman examines what went wrong in his new book "Death in...
NFB Gun Runners Movie: Interview with star Julius Arile and writer/director Anjali Nayar
03 Oct, 2016 | 0:09:33 |
EN | culture |

Prior to the release of the NFB film Gun Runners CKUT's Djenaba Dayle was able to sit down with star Julius Arile and writer/director Anjali Nayar. This film took 10 years to complete and is the story of two world class marathon runners. The film follows Julius Arile and Robert Matanda, both of whom had been given the opportunity to...
Mohamed Leghtas is from Le Portail de la société civile Magreb/ Machrek et Jossour (Morocco)
14 Sep, 2016 | 0:07:53 |
FR | Patrick Auguste | World Forum Of Free Media 2016

(French follows) Mohamed talks about their involvement in the World of Free Media since its creation in Senegal in 2011, about the current debate on ownership and the necessary decolonization of technology, about the promotion and implementation of the Charter of Free Media which aims to articulate different dynamics of communications at the local , regional and global level and...
Can a family hold it together aboard a sail boat they designed and built long enough to win a race?
19 May, 2016 | 0:06:35 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

If you have ever sailed you know the thrill of riding the wind and the waves. Author Jim Lynch, a sailing fanatic himself, has a new novel about a highly dysfunctional family obsessed with sailing. Can the family hold it together aboard an aging boat they designed and built "Before the Wind"?
100 races. No wins. Huge success. The story of a lovable loser.
05 May, 2016 | 0:06:51 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

What do the Toronto Maple Leafs, Charlie Brown, and the Chicago Cubs have in common? They are all lovable losers. Add to that list a horse named Zippy Chippy. Author and syndicated humour columnist William Thomas has written the story of the horse who ran 100 races and never won in "The Legend of Zippy Chippy: Life Lessons From Horse...
Craig Davidson takes a job driving a short bus and it saves his career and soul.
05 May, 2016 | 0:06:38 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

Craig Davidson's promising writing career was in the ditch. He was desperate for work and been turned down as even a worm-picker. He took a job driving a Calgary school bus and the special needs kids aboard h drove helped him turn his life around. He tells the story in "Precious Cargo: My Year Driving the Kids on School Bus...
The co-creator of the Occupy movement talks candidly about its failure and what comes next.
31 Mar, 2016 | 0:06:08 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

Micah (Mike-ah) White is an editor with Adbusters and one of the co-creators of the "Occupy" movement. His new book, "The End of Protest: A New Playbook for Revolution" looks at why Occupy failed and the lessons to be learned for next time.
RVF Press Conference
09 Mar, 2016 | 0:06:41 |
EN | Barry NCRA | Rendez-Vous de la Francophonie

Press conference on the launch of Rendez-Vous de la Francophonie
RVF 2016 - CHSR-FM in Fredrickton, NB
19 Jan, 2016 | 0:05:24 |
EN | Barry NCRA | Rendez-Vous de la Francophonie

Produced by: Jean-Étienne Sheehy Chantal Richard speaks about the first Acadian colonies in North America. [English] Jean-Étienne Sheehy talks about his radio show Pardon My French. [English] Ronald LaBelle talks about Candlemas Day, and Acadian tradition. (Part 1+2). [English]Shiela Andrew talks about the history of the Acadian flag. [English] Trevor Murphy talks about his independent record label, Acadian Embassy. [English]
"Indecent Proposal" turned Domestic Noir thriller.
28 Sep, 2015 | 0:06:37 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

Would you sleep with someone once if it meant getting out of a tight financial situation? That's the starting premise for British author Paula Daly's new novel "The Mistake I Made".
The story of an actress in pre-war Germany is also a spy.
28 Sep, 2015 | 0:06:29 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

Historical novelist Jane Thynne's "The Scent of Secrets" is set in pre-war Nazi Germany. It follows the career of a film actress who has a double-life as a spy.
A descent into destruction and madness begins with a man's sleep disorder.
23 Sep, 2015 | 0:06:51 |
EN | Craig Rintoul |

Two time Governor-General Award winner Nino Ricci has a new novel, "Sleep", about a man whose sleep disorder leads him into darkness and destruction.
Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn On Consumerism at UNPFII 2015
13 Aug, 2015 | 0:05:21 |
EN | NCRA ANREC | Cultural Survival's Indigenous Rights Radio

Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn speaks about consumerism in the modern world and our responsibility to care for the earth, and gives advice about how we can enact chance for future generations.
Chief Bellegarde on Canada's Indigenous Peoples at UNPFII 2015
13 Aug, 2015 | 0:05:17 |
EN | NCRA ANREC | Cultural Survival's Indigenous Rights Radio

Chief Bellegarde speaks at UNFPII to bring to light the gap between Canada and its Indigenous Peoples in regard to the United Nations Human Development Index and the rights of indigenous peoples in Canada. Belgard works to close the gap between the wealth of Canada as a nation and Canada's indigenous peoples. He calls on Canada to respect the rights...
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