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Short Cuts
#747 Fordman And The Tiny Shovel
The hunger for stories about Toronto's snow backfires. And when a story is about a hostage situation at a synagogue, why is there reluctance to call it antisemitism?
Wag the Doug
#36 Kory & Nick: The Backroom Boys
The Toronto Sun likes to blast the “unelected” public health officials informing pandemic policy in Ontario. But who’s really calling the shots in Doug Ford’s government? Allison and Jonathan look at the sway held by pollster Nick Kouvalis and PC campaign manager Kory Teneycke. Not only are they unelected — they don’t even work there.
“A 20-year-old does not typically get symptoms of dementia”
Something is happening in New Brunswick, and the provincial government seems strangely reluctant to get to the bottom of it
CANADALAND
#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.
Short Cuts
#745 Rebel Nurses
Healthcare workers against pandemic restrictions tell on themselves by suing for libel. And two Haitian journalists die reporting for a Montreal online radio station. 
The Backbench
#21 The So-Called Era Of Reconciliation
Three generations of Indigenous panelists join us this week on what The Backbench thought was the biggest story of 2021: the unmarked graves on former residential school grounds. We break format to take stock of what has been promised and repromised, the diversity of demands from Indigenous communities, and what a new "interlocutor" position can do to help with healing.
CANADALAND
#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?
Short Cuts
#743 Variant Positions
Publishing record COVID case counts might not be that helpful anymore. And a woman quits the CBC to start her own thing and Jesse isn't sure how to feel about it. 
CANADALAND
#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.
CANADALAND
#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.