Archives: Episodes

#2 Pretending in Prison

May 21, 2024

How do you get access to Native Programs in prison? Just say that you’re Indigenous

#90 Stop, Students What’s That Sound

May 21, 2024

When the first group of students parked up at Columbia University, it sparked a movement that has gripped schools across the world. These encampment protests have now gripped universities across Canada- at U of T, U UOttawa, McMaster, U of C, McGill, U of A, UBC, and Dalhousie.  

#990 Who Trolled Amber: Canadaland recommends

May 20, 2024

Reporter Alexi Mostrous will tell you all about how a Canadian private intelligence practitioner and investigator, set him off on a quest to find out who trolled Amber Heard.

#989 Loblaw & Order

May 16, 2024

There’s a Loblaws Boycott underway, but is it actually working?

WORK #9 – Working Behind Bars

May 15, 2024

If we want to truly understand our criminal justice system and Canadian labour, we need to examine how prisoners work.

Queen’s Park and Gaza

May 15, 2024

When the Speaker decreed that keffiyehs were verboten at Queen’s Park, even Doug Ford agreed that that was a bad call. But that came in the midst of a hotly-contested by-election in the 905 — and now that it’s finished, so is his party’s long nightmare of uncharacteristic open-mindedness.

#1 Interview With a Pretendian

May 14, 2024

Why do people pretend to be Native? We begin our journey by asking someone who would know best: a pretendian.

#988 The Pretendian Crisis

May 13, 2024

What happens if pretendians start to outnumber actual Indigenous people?

#38 L’immigrant imaginaire

May 11, 2024

Les médias et les politiques pointent du doigt les immigrants pour expliquer la crise du logement, les écoles débordées et le déclin du français. Mais pourquoi en sont-ils les boucs émissaires?

The media and politicians point the finger at immigrants for the housing crisis, troubles in the school system and the decline of the French language. But why are they the scapegoats?

#987 Drake is a Journalist

May 9, 2024

Jan Wong reports from the Drake’s Mansion and Jesse offers his analysis of the journalistic underpinnings of the modern rap beef.