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Every Monday, we bring you original reporting on the most interesting story in the country. Every Thursday, we bring you analysis of the Canadian media. We break stories today that determine tomorrow's news cycle. We hold the powerful to account, and we scrutinize institutions and individuals that others won't.



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Nature is SO Gay
2d ago
Nature is SO Gay
When Canadaland commissioned its new series “A Field Guide to Gay Animals” (listen to it here), the topic wasn’t really in the news. But since then, it’s started to take the world by storm. From rage on the extreme right, a documentary series on Peacock, to the first photos of humpback whale sex being male-male.And the relevance is more important than ever, legislation across Canada and the United States regularly denies queer rights, sometimes based on old-school notions that sex is about reproduction and the animal kingdom proves it. Except it doesn’t… 25 years ago, one Canadian scientist wrote a book that detailed the history and science of gay animals: Biological Exuberance.Today, podcast hosts Owen Ever and Laine Kaplan Levenson join Jesse to talk about the wonderful world of gay animals.Host: Jesse BrownCredits: Tristan Capacchione (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Bruce Thorson (Senior Producer), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Additional music by Audio NetworkFurther reading:Biological Exuberance, by Bruce Bagemihl — Macmillan PublishersHumpback sex photographed for first time – and both whales were male — The GuardianPeacock’s ‘Queer Planet’ features lion ‘bromances,’ pansexual monkeys and more — NBCA Field Guide to Gay Animals — CanadalandSponsors: BetterHelp, Oxio, ArticleIf you value this podcast, support us! You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Nature Is SO Gay
2d ago
Nature Is SO Gay
When Canadaland commissioned its new series “A Field Guide to Gay Animals” (listen to it here), the topic wasn’t really in the news. But since then, it’s started to take the world by storm. From rage on the extreme right, a documentary series on Peacock, to the first photos of humpback whale sex being male-male.And the relevance is more important than ever, legislation across Canada and the United States regularly denies queer rights, sometimes based on old-school notions that sex is about reproduction and the animal kingdom proves it. Except it doesn’t… 25 years ago, one Canadian scientist wrote a book that detailed the history and science of gay animals: Biological Exuberance.Today, podcast hosts Owen Ever and Laine Kaplan Levenson join Jesse to talk about the wonderful world of gay animals.Host: Jesse BrownCredits: Tristan Capacchione (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Bruce Thorson (Senior Producer), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Additional music by Audio NetworkFurther reading:Biological Exuberance, by Bruce Bagemihl — Macmillan PublishersHumpback sex photographed for first time – and both whales were male — The GuardianPeacock’s ‘Queer Planet’ features lion ‘bromances,’ pansexual monkeys and more — NBCA Field Guide to Gay Animals — CanadalandIf you value this podcast, support us! You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
(Short Cuts) If I Had $100,000,000 (From Google)
6d ago
(Short Cuts) If I Had $100,000,000 (From Google)
With Jesse away, Justin Ling takes over to talk about Google’s $100 million payment for Canadian news and how a ragtag group of independent publishers will end up deciding who gets the money. Is Google trolling us? Plus, Canada has entered its foreign interference era, but are we too polite to name names? Paul McLeod helps unpack new allegations of treason in Ottawa, and what we should do about it.Host: Justin LingCredits: James Nicholson (Producer), Tristan Capacchione (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Max Collins (Production Manager), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Guest: Paul McLeod Further reading: Google signs deal with organization to distribute $100M to Canadian news companies | Politics | thecanadianpressnews.ca Canadian Journalism Collective to represent Canadian news businesses under Online News Act - The Canadian Journalism CollectiveHow we’re moving forward with the Canadian news ecosystem - Google The Behind-the-Scenes Bill C-18 Battle: How Newspapers, Big Broadcasters and the CBC Are Trying to Seize Control Over How Google Money is Allocated to Canadian Media - Michael Geist  Password Sharing OK: Judge | Blacklock's Reporter The Logic announces $4M capital raise, led by FT Ventures - The Logic Some MPs helping foreign actors like China and India meddle in Canadian politics: report | CBC News Green Leader Elizabeth May says there's no list of disloyal current MPs in unredacted NSICOP report | CBC News  Sponsors: oxio, Squarespace If you value this podcast, Support us! You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.   You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dear Taliban: Part One
Jun 10 2024
Dear Taliban: Part One
Less than a year ago, Investigative Reporter and former Network Anchor Molly Thomas had her dream job as a Correspondent for CTV’s flagship show, W5; with the backing of this team, she applied for the most prestigious fellowship in Canadian journalism, the Michener-Deacon Award.Molly won the Michener-Deacon fellowship for her special project on education in Afghanistan, the only country in the world where women and girls can't go to school. Then, as part of a series of nation-wide cuts from Bellmedia (who owns CTV), Molly was laid off and the story was shelved.That’s where Canadaland stepped in.                We’ve teamed up with Molly and the Michener-Deacon Fellowship to produce Dear Taliban, a new 3-part investigation that begins today.Dear Taliban spans three continents, taking listeners to the vice-regal pomp and ceremony of Rideau Hall, to one of the toughest hostile training programs in the world - all to prepare her for a complex and volatile area of South Asia.Host: Molly Thomas Credits: Tristan Capacchione and Caleb Thompson (Audio Editing and Technical Production), Bruce Thorson (Senior Producer), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Additional music by Audio NetworkSponsors: AG1 DouglasIf you value this podcast, support us! You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
(Détours) Femmes en politique: Femmes en péril?
Jun 8 2024
(Détours) Femmes en politique: Femmes en péril?
En politique municipale, provinciale et fédérale, les départs de femmes s’enchaînent. En cause, l’intimidation dont elles sont victimes, la remise en question de leurs compétences, ou encore leur relégation à des rôles de moindre importance. Emilie reçoit l’autrice, essayiste et activiste Alexa Conradi pour mieux comprendre les racines du problème et les obstacles qui se dressent devant les femmes politiques. Dans la deuxième partie de l’émission, Alexa Conradi explique ce que signifierait faire de la politique en féministe, et comment intégrer pleinement les valeurs de ce mouvement dans notre paysage politique actuel. Women keep leaving municipal, provincial and federal politics, due to intimidation, the questioning of their skills, or their relegation to less important roles. Emilie sits down with author, essayist and activist Alexa Conradi to better understand the roots of the problem and the obstacles that stand before female politicians. In the second part of the show, Alexa Conradi explains what it would mean to do politics in a feminist fashion, and how to fully integrate the values ​​of this movement into our current political landscape.Animation : Emilie NicolasGénérique : Lucie Laumonier (Production), Tristan Capacchione (Production technique), Karyn Pugliese (Rédactrice en chef) Coanimation : Alexa ConradiPour en savoir plus :Une crise féministe à Québec Solidaire – Le DevoirCatherine Dorion, celle qui dérange – CanadalandMettre fin au gaslighting racial: une question de gouvernance – PivotYara El-Ghadban : le deuil, mais aussi les rêves – CanadalandJournalisme cathartique – CanadalandSuivre la tragédie qui se déroule en Palestine: la couverture du GuardianLes angles morts: perspectives sur le Québec actuel - Éditions du remue-ménageSi vous appréciez ce podcast, soutenez-nous ! Vous obtiendrez un accès en prime à toutes nos émissions gratuitement, y compris les premières diffusions et le contenu bonus. Vous recevrez également notre lettre d'information exclusive, des rabais sur les produits dans notre boutique, des billets pour nos événements en direct et virtuels, et surtout, vous ferez partie de la solution à la crise du journalisme au Canada. Vous ferez en sorte que notre travail reste gratuit et accessible à tout le monde.   Vous pouvez écouter sans publicité sur Amazon Music, inclus avec Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
(Short Cuts) 34 Trump Street
Jun 6 2024
(Short Cuts) 34 Trump Street
Trump’s 34 felony convictions made history in the U.S., but will his efforts to undermine the Rule of Law have an effect on Canadian attitudes towards the legal system? And the CBC is (once again) accused of anti-Palestinian bias, this time in its documentary division. Lawyer and journalist Julie Sobowale helps us unpack the legal and labour implications of a series of inflammatory tweets.Host: Jonathan GoldsbieCredits: James Nicholson (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor), Max Collins (Production Manager), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Guest: Julie Sobowale Further reading: Democracy is at risk when courts come under fire, Canada's top judge warns - Toronto StarOpinion: Donald Trump is a criminal – and his conviction is a catastrophe for America - The Globe and MailHAMMER: Post-Trump verdict, will the American Right finally wake up? - Toronto SunDon’t save local journalism – reinvent it - The Philanthropist JournalTop Canadian scientist alleges in leaked emails he was barred from studying mystery brain illness - The GuardianMedical Lies from the Maritimes (2023) - CANADALANDCBC has whitewashed Israel’s crimes in Gaza. I saw it firsthand - The BreachOn covering one of the most divisive stories in years - CBC News Editor’s BlogCBC’s Palestine Exception (2022) - Review of JournalismSponsors: Squarespace, Douglas, oxio If you value this podcast, Support us! You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.   You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Inside Winnipeg’s MMIWG Murder Trial
Jun 3 2024
Inside Winnipeg’s MMIWG Murder Trial
This story started out like every other Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women case. But something happened that would change the trajectory of the case, the people, and even political leaders in Manitoba. Karyn Pugliese sits down with Kathleen Martens of APTN to discuss the trial of Jeremy Skibicki, who has admitted to killing four women: Rebecca Contois, Morgan Harris, Marcedes Myran, and an unidentified woman referred to as “Buffalo Woman”. These are the women whose bodies are presumed to be in Winnipeg landfills and for the past year, people have been calling on the government to search for them, and bring peace to the victim’s families.Kathleen Martens has been in the courtroom for every day of this trial. In today's show she breaks it all down and provides insight into what it all means and where it might be going.Content warning: there will be discussion of the murders of Indigenous women in this episode, and may not be suitable for all listeners. Take care when listening. Immediate emotional assistance and crisis support are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week through a national hotline at 1-844-413-6649Host: Karyn PuglieseCredits: Tristan Capacchione (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Bruce Thorson (Senior Producer), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Additional music by Audio NetworkFurther reading, by Kathleen Martens:Court, families hear how Indigenous women were murdered in Winnipeg — APTNSurprise plea: Jeremy Skibicki admits to killing 4 Indigenous women — APTNPolice find DNA of another 12 women at self-confessed killer’s apartment in Winnipeg — APTN‘Nobody told us’: Family of Andrea Cederwall seeks answers at Skibicki trial — APTNSponsors: AG1, Oxio, ArticleIf you value this podcast, support us! You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
(Short Cuts) Pretendian Publisher, Cartoon Cancellation
May 30 2024
(Short Cuts) Pretendian Publisher, Cartoon Cancellation
Who’s buying a newspaper in 2024? Meet Kevin Klein, a politician, publisher, pretendian, and new owner of the Winnipeg Sun. Then, things get heated, as Jesse and Robert Jago discuss cultural boycotting at the Vancouver Comic Arts Festival. Are cultural boycotts a fair and effective form of protest? Time is almost up! Get 6 months of exclusive supporter benefits for just $2/month. Go to canadaland.com/join to become a supporter today. Host: Jesse BrownCredits: James Nicholson (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Guest: Robert Jago Further reading: Would-be Manitoba newspaper owner not ruling out run for opposition party leadership - The Globe and MailKevin Klein says he's on a personal journey about his Métis identity  - APTNMy error in judgement | Kevin Klein Pretendians [podcast]John Ivison: Eco-activist Liberal ministers could ruin a $300M lifeline for a struggling First Nation Jury hears 2021 Chicken Land shooting was by three men linked to ISIS | Toronto Sun Vancouver’s PuSh Festival makes ‘difficult decision’ to cancel Israel-set play The Runner to keep Palestinian artist in line-up - The Globe and Mail Transcript: Ezra Klein on Gaza, A.I. and the 2024 Elections - The New York Times Sponsors: Douglas, Article If you value this podcast, Support us! You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.   You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
(Détours) Effacer l'Histoire autochtone
May 25 2024
(Détours) Effacer l'Histoire autochtone
Traumavertissement: Le segment ‘Bien Noté’ entre 22:30 et 27:00 aborde les violences subies par les enfants autochtones dans les pensionnats.Fin avril, le premier ministre du Québec François Legault annonçait le contenu de son Musée national de l’histoire du Québec: des collections retraçant les 400 dernières années d’histoire, de Jacques Cartier à nos jours. Dans son discours, Legault réservait une place aux Premières Nations qui étaient là “avant nous” et ont “aidé” les colons à surmonter les épreuves. Pour décrypter ces discours empreints de colonialisme, Emilie reçoit l’activiste, animatrice et chroniqueuse Innue Melissa Mollen Dupuis. Ensemble, elles réfléchissent à tisser une nouvelle histoire du Québec, décoloniale et inclusive. En deuxième partie d’émission, Melissa Mollen Dupuis offre un éclairage passionnant sur le phénomène des fraudes d’identité autochtone, les “pretendians” ou en français “fautochtones”.Trigger Warning: The ‘Bien Noté’ segment between 22:30 et 27:00 discusses the abuse inflicted on Indigenous children at residential schools.At the end of April, Quebec Premier François Legault announced the subject matter of his National Museum of Quebec History: collections tracing the last 400 years of history, from Jacques Cartrier to the present day. In his speech, Legault reserved a place for the First Nations who were there “before us” and “helped” the settlers to overcome challenges. To decipher this discourse, marked by colonialism, Emilie is joined by Innu activist, host and columnist Melissa Mollen Dupuis. Together, they reflect on weaving a new history of Quebec that is both decolonized and inclusive. In the second part of the show, Melissa offers fascinating insight into the phenomenon of Indigenous identity fraud, the “pretendians” or in French the “fautochtones”.Animation : Emilie NicolasGénérique : Lucie Laumonier (Production), Tristan Capacchione (Production technique), Karyn Pugliese (Rédactrice en chef) Coanimation : Melissa Mollen DupuisPour en savoir plus :Musée national de l’histoire du Québec: des Premières Nations craignent d’être oubliées – Radio-CanadaIndigenous leaders pass declaration on Indigenous identity fraud at summit in Winnipeg – APTNSépultures anonymes d’enfants autochtones: une pente glissante – La PresseCBC has whitewashed Israel’s crimes in Gaza. I saw it firsthand – The BreachOn CBC's coverage of the Israel-Hamas war, one of the most divisive stories in years – CBCVisit the Woodland Cultural Center from homeÉcoutez la nouvelle série « Pretendians » – CanadalandPour un temps limité, soutenez-nous et obtenez 6 mois de bénéfices exclusifs pour 2$ par mois! Pour cela, rendez-vous sur canadaland.com/joinVous pouvez écouter sans publicité sur Amazon Music, inclus avec Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
(Short Cuts) Why Winnipeg is not the Most Racist City in Canada
May 23 2024
(Short Cuts) Why Winnipeg is not the Most Racist City in Canada
Lessons from Winnipeg, Canada’s most Indigenous city. Emilie Nicolas talks to Niigaan Sinclair about what reconciliation looks like in practice and why Winnipeg is ground zero for Indigenous relations in Canada.Plus, did wildfire season start early in Canada or did the fires never stop burning? Reflecting on the evacuation of Cranberry Portage and how journalism can make a difference in the face of climate fatigue and denial. For a limited time, get 6 months of exclusive supporter benefits for just $2/month. Go to canadaland.com/join to become a supporter today. Host: Emilie NicolasCredits: James Nicholson (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Guest: Niigaan Sinclair Further reading: Residents relieved, anxious as they begin return to fire-threatened Cranberry Portage | CBC NewsHow Canada’s wildfires start: climate misinformation explained | The NarwhalEarly wildfires mean B.C. has already broken its record for carbon emissions in May | CBC NewsDefinition of ‘serial killer’ among Skibicki’s chilling Google searches, court told – Winnipeg Free Press CBC has whitewashed Israel’s crimes in Gaza. I saw it firsthand ⋆ The BreachOn covering one of the most divisive stories in years | CBC News Opinion: In its pain and its hope, Winnipeg is Canada’s most vital laboratory for reconciliation - The Globe and MailWînipêk by Niigaan Sinclair | Penguin Random House Canada   Sponsors: oxio, Douglas, Athletic Greens If you value this podcast, Support us! You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.   You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
(Short Cuts) Loblaw & Order
May 16 2024
(Short Cuts) Loblaw & Order
There’s a Loblaws Boycott underway, but is it actually working? Jesse breaks his silence on the Reddit-fueled consumer action and brainstorms some guerilla grocery tactics. A new CBC advisory committee aims to “modernize” the CBC, but Peter Menzies explains why it probably won’t move fast enough to make a difference. For a limited time, get 6 months of exclusive supporter benefits for just $2/month. Go to canadaland.com/join to become a supporter today. Host: Jesse BrownCredits: James Nicholson(Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Guest:  Peter MenziesFurther reading: Loblaw boycott isn’t hurting sales, suppliers say - Toronto StarLoblaw boycott hits the halfway mark: Here are 5 things to know - Financial Post‘We won’t give up until prices come down’: How Ontarians protested grocery stores in 1966 | TVO TodayRex Murphy, on Newfoundland outport fishing | CBC.ca [video]Seven media experts selected to help modernize CBC/Radio-Canada before next election - CBC NewsCRTC delays implementing online streaming act until end of 2025 - The Globe and Mail      Sponsors: CAMH, Douglas, Indochino,  Article,  Additional Music by Audio NetworkIf you value this podcast, Support us! You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.   You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Pretendian Crisis
May 13 2024
The Pretendian Crisis
The pretendian phenomenon has been known and discussed in indigenous circles for years, but it's become mainstream Canadian news lately thanks to three big name exposés: Buffy sainte Marie, Joseph Boyden, and Michelle Latimer. These people were arguably the most famous indigenous songwriter in Canada, the most famous indigenous novelist in Canada and the most famous indigenous filmmaker in Canada. And all three were revealed to not actually be indigenous or at a minimum, all three misrepresented their ancestries and their community connections.But they are just the tip of the iceberg. The real issue with pretendians, according to a growing chorus of Indigenous leaders, is that Indigenous identity theft is vast and it poses an existential threat to First Nations. In the United States, the number of people who identified themselves as native has grown from 552,000 back in 1960 to 9.7 million in 2020. That is a growth rate almost ten times as high as overall population growth in America. And most of it did not happen because new native people were born. It happened because millions of people shifted their identities. Here in Canada, we have 1.8 million people identifying as Indigenous today, up from just under half a million in 1980. That is almost a 400% increase. And again, most of it is not because indigenous people are having so many kids. Most of it is happening because so many Canadians are deciding that they're Indigenous. So what happens when people with newly claimed and highly contested Indigenous identities outnumber the Indigenous people that precede them? Host: Jesse Brown Credits: Tristan Capacchione (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Bruce Thorson (Senior Producer), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Featured guests: Robert Jago, Angel EllisAdditional music by Audio NetworkFor more information:Find Pretendians on your favourite podcast appThe Newfoundlander — CanadalandAFN National Chief speaks at UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues — APTN NewsSponsors: AG1, CAMH, SquarespaceFor a limited time, get 6 months of exclusive supporter benefits for just $2/month. Go to canadaland.com/join to become a supporter today.You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
(Détours) L’immigrant imaginaire
May 11 2024
(Détours) L’immigrant imaginaire
Si l’on en croit les médias et les discours des politiques, les immigrants seraient responsables de toutes les difficultés culturelles et économiques que connaissent le Canada et le Québec à l’heure actuelle. Pour décrypter ces discours nauséabonds, Emilie reçoit Mireille Paquet, professeure au département de politique de l’Université Concordia et spécialiste des politiques migratoires. Dans la deuxième partie de l’émission, elles reviennent sur les campements pro palestiniens installés sur les campus canadiens, témoins de tensions entre la haute administration universitaire et la communauté étudiante et professorale.According to politicians and some media, immigrants would be responsible for all the cultural and economic troubles Canada and the province of Quebec are facing. To break down and analyze these xenophobic discourses, Emilie talks with Mireille Paquet, a Concordia professor of political science, who specializes in migratory policy. In the second part of the show, they look at the pro-Palestinian encampments on university campuses, which bear witness to tensions between university administrators and the student-professor community.Animation : Emilie NicolasGénérique : Lucie Laumonier (Production), Tristan Capacchione (Production technique), Karyn Pugliese (Rédactrice en chef) Coanimation : Mireille PaquetPour en savoir plus :L’immigration donne un coup de frein au vieillissement de la population - La PresseCrise à Québec Solidaire: Réinventer notre démocratie en faillite - La PresseUne semaine de campements à l’Université de Toronto - Radio-CanadaPour un temps limité, soutenez-nous et obtenez 6 mois de bénéfices exclusifs pour 2$ par mois! Pour cela, rendez-vous sur canadaland.com/joinFor a limited time, get 6 months of exclusive supporter benefits for just $2/month. Go to canadaland.com/join to become a supporter today. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
(Short Cuts) Drake is a Journalist
May 9 2024
(Short Cuts) Drake is a Journalist
The Drake/Kendrick rap beef has overtaken the internet. A flurry of diss tracks has captured the attention of millions, but now a shooting outside of Drake’s Toronto mansion reveals the violent potential of this rhetorical battle. Jan Wong reports from the Drake’s Mansion and Jesse offers his analysis of the journalistic underpinnings of the modern rap beef.Plus, there was foreign interference after all, but was it everything the media reported? What Justice Hogue’s initial report tells us (and doesn’t tell us) about the state of Canadian democracy. Host: Jesse BrownCredits: James Nicholson (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Guest: Jan Wong Further reading: Drake security guard suffers life-threatening injuries in shooting outside rapper's Toronto mansion, as online speculation ignites In the beef between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, no one’s a winner - The Globe and MailDrake vs. Kendrick Lamar: the juiciest moments in their beef | CBC Music War in Gaza, Shibboleths on Campus | The New YorkerGlobe editorial: The three big questions still unanswered on foreign interference#912 Is The Foreign Interference Scandal Overblown? - Canadaland [Podcast] Foreign meddling may not have swayed recent elections. But inquiry report provides good reason to worry - Toronto Star Sponsors: CAMH, Athletic Greens, CalmFor a limited time, get 6 months of exclusive supporter benefits for just $2/month. Go to canadaland.com/join to become a supporter today. You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.   You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Voice Of The Common Man
May 6 2024
Voice Of The Common Man
Open Line on VOCM-AM in Newfoundland has been called an institution. A religion. A must-listen show. And we at Canadaland had never heard of it - until recently. But it attracts an audience bigger than any show in its time slot, and has consistently for years. So in the age of podcasts and social media, in a time of layoffs and media cuts, how has this AM radio talk show managed to thrive? Host: Jesse Brown Credits: Cherise Seucharan (Reporter), Tristan Capacchione (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Bruce Thorson (Senior Producer), Jonathan Goldsbie (News Editor), André Proulx (Production Coordinator), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Featured guests: Paddy Daly, Greg Smith, Ryan Cleary, Justin BrakeAdditional music by Audio NetworkFurther reading:How Joey Smallwood convinced Newfoundlanders to join Confederation, CBC NewsNewfoundland radio star Ron Pumphrey had a profound connection with listeners, Joan Sullivan, Globe and MailMount Cashel Orphanage Abuse Scandal, Heritage Newfoundland and LabradorOpen Line with Paddy Daly, VOCMCOMMONS: Work, Episode #6: Emptying an Ocean and Episode #7: Merchants of the Rock, CanadalandThe Newfoundlander, Justin Brake, CanadalandSponsors: Better Help, CAMH, OxioIf you value this podcast, support us! You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.