Rest assured, Canadians! Jason Kenney is here to protect you from the evils of the Green Left. A look at the Alberta government’s anti-environment “War Room,” plus the imminent Raptor Rapture.
An unspeakable tragedy occurs off the coast of Newfoundland. But this isn’t just a story about a nautical disaster. It’s about what happens when a poor province finds immense riches just within reach. And how the promise of oil wealth can twist history around itself.
Jonathan Torrens talks about the CBC, what really happened on Trailer Park Boys, and about that one song you love to hate.
Tonight, we gather to honour the Doug Ford Government a year into their historic mandate. Our hosts hand out the much-coveted Douggie Awards to those who have shown tremendous achievements in spin, bootlicking and dramatically miming the hunt for beer in convenience stores. Join us for this unforgettable evening.
The majority of our media is bending backward to avoid acknowledging Canadian genocide. Why? And Lindsay Shepherd travelled to Ottawa to complain about her weeklong Twitter ban: a look at the online hate hearings and the right’s war on free speech.
The two most “difficult” women in Ottawa join us for an in-depth talk about policy, politics, the “most dysfunctional place” to work in the country, and that whole SNC-Lavalin thing.
Canada’s news bosses are some of the most influential people in the country. They decide what is news and what isn’t. We think it’s time someone talked to them about that.
As one of Canada’s most beloved radio personalities leaves the job she’s held for 17 seasons, who could possibly have anything negative to say? Also, Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott have finally revealed their schemes to… run as independents. And should media unions have a say in deciding who gets federal media funding?
The Lac-Mégantic rail disaster was a calamity like we’ve never seen before. The families of the victims never got justice. But the conditions that made it possible have barely changed. And the next time could be far worse.
InfoLab imagined newspapers’ transition from print to digital, creating multimedia digital news in the basement of The Hamilton Spectator back in the early ’90s.