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SHORT CUTS: The “Trust” Committee

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Hamilton journalists arrested — while covering a car crash

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SHORT CUTS: The “Trust” Committee

This week, The Guardian continued its exemplary coverage of Canadian university student unions. Hamilton police arrest two journalists attempting to cover a traffic fatality. And the Toronto Star wants you to trust it. This week’s Short Cuts comes to you from scenic Hamilton and the studios of CFMU. The Public Record‘s Joey Coleman joins Jesse … Continued

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That Time the CBC Aired 10 Hours of Crickets and Church Bells

For two weeks in 1974, the CBC broadcast ten hours of field recordings from across the country on their flagship show, Ideas. A group of twentysomething composers and an avant-garde acoustic ecologist were trying to capture Canada through sound. On this episode, we ask whether that’s even possible.

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Jason Kenney Is A Charming Man: Inside Alberta’s Weird Conservatism

The Texas of the north. Racist rednecks, gun nuts, and pickup truck enthusiasts. That’s the Alberta stereotype portrayed in much of the rest of Canada, but how much of that is accurate and how much is due to lazy media that falls back on clichéd tropes? After all, Alberta gave us the first big-city Muslim … Continued

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