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#748 The Plan To Turn My Hometown Into A Nuclear Waste Dump

Canada has a nuclear problem... a nuclear waste problem. The hunt for a place to park radioactive waste has been ongoing in one form or another since 1978, but by 2023 it seems a solution will be within reach.
January 24, 2022

#746 Is New Brunswick Covering Up A Deadly Brain Disease?

There's a mystery disease that's plaguing people in New Brunswick. People as young as 18 are seeing the results of full-blown dementia. Desperation is taking hold for families that feel answers are still a long way away.
January 17, 2022

#744 Is The CBC So Woke It’s Broke?

A CBC employee resigned from the public broadcaster because she says it's become too woke. The article she wrote about her departure has caused quite the buzz since it dropped. But who is Tara Henley? And is it all warranted?
January 10, 2022

#742 Updates On Pretendians, Porn, And Being Priced Out Of Life

After we turn off our microphones, here at CANADALAND, the story keeps going. Here are updates on three stories we originally brought you in 2021.
January 3, 2022

#258 Christmas In The Newsroom

People might take holidays, but the news doesn't. The best, worst, and funniest stories from reporters working Christmas in the newsroom.
December 27, 2021

#739 The Duty To Sh*t Disturb

He's the academic expert people love to hate. But he considers stirring the pot his moral duty. This week, CANADALAND brings you a profile of Amir Attaran.
December 20, 2021

#737 The Tyranny Of Convenience

March 16, the day the restaurants died. Or did they? Food industry writer, Corey Mintz, dissects what COVID-19 and the rise of third-party delivery apps have meant for the industry and our culture surrounding food.
December 13, 2021

#735 Jailed for Journalism: Amber & Michael Speak Out

Amber Bracken and Michael Toledano are freelance journalists who were arrested by RCMP officers on the morning of Nov. 19, 2021 while they were covering the demonstrations of Wet'suwet'en people and hereditary chiefs against the construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline. 
December 6, 2021
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