Détours

Un balado mensuel de discussion sur l’actualité et les médias, animé par Emilie Nicolas.

CANADALAND

The best newspaper in Canada is a podcast. New episode every Monday.

COMMONS

Rethinking Canada. This season we’re telling you the truly unbelievable story of Canada’s longest war.

The Backbench

Dig into the Canadian politics from the best seats in the House.

Wag the Doug

A monthly podcast about Doug Ford.

The White Saviors

The story of a charity that did well when it was supposed to be doing good.

Short Cuts

Media criticism. Self-abuse. If someone else were doing this, I wouldn't have to. New episode every Thursday.

CANADALANDBACK

A provocative, Indigenous-driven, monthly current-affairs podcast

COMMONS: Mining

Rethinking Canada. This season, we told you stories about the dirty business of Canadian mining.

COMMONS: Real Estate

Rethinking Canada. This season, we told you stories about the dark consequences of Canada's real estate obsession.

COMMONS: The Police

Rethinking Canada. This season, we told you stories about the power that the police wield in this country and the lengths they're willing to go to hold on to it.

Thunder Bay

The highest homicide and hate crime rates in the country. Why does it all happen here?

Cool Mules

When Vice editor “Slava P” reached out to young journalists with job offers, they thought it was about freelance writing. Instead, he asked them to smuggle nearly $20 million worth of cocaine into Australia.

OPPO

Politics in Canada right now with hosts Jen Gerson and Sandy Garossino.

Taste Buds

What do chefs, cooks, and restaurateurs talk about when you’re not around?

THE IMPOSTER

Weird art from Canada

Latest Podcast Episodes

Short Cuts
#791 Imperfect Behaviour
A scandal in Canada's sacred sport. And can journalists do more to unpack the crypto craze and crash? Emilie Nicolas fills in for Jesse and Julian McKenzie co-hosts.
June 23, 2022
June 23, 2022
COMMONS
WAR #7 – The Long, Slow Death
Stuart Langridge was a model soldier. But when he ended his life after returning from Afghanistan, his parents began to ask questions about what had happened to their son. Instead of giving them answers, the Canadian military went to war against them.
June 22, 2022
June 22, 2022
The Backbench
#40 Justinflation Or Chrystia Frecession
What is happening to the Canadian economy? Stephen Gordon, director of the department of economics at Université Laval, helps unpack the ins and outs of the Bank of Canada, an institution we know little about. He talks to Fatima about the worries of a hyper-politicized economy and helps us understand how the next months under this economic turmoil will unfold.
June 21, 2022
June 21, 2022
The highest homicide and hate crime rates in the country… Why does it all happen here?
Season 2
Thunder Bay