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How conspiracy theories exploded in Quebec

How conspiracy theories exploded in Quebec

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Quebec police estimate threats made against public officials are up about 400 percent. Most of the people arrested for making those threats show evidence of believing in conspiracy theories. In fact,
This model predicted the collapse of America

This model predicted the collapse of America

It’s not Donald Trump’s fault. He’s just an accelerant. America has been churning towards a crisis of democracy for decades. Our guest today created a model that predicted the 2020s would be the ultimate test for the future of America.
A look inside Canadians’ lives during a pandemic

A look inside Canadians’ lives during a pandemic

On this show, we usually talk to experts—and that means during Covid-19 we've been speaking with doctors and infectious disease specialists, researchers and scientists, pundits and journalists, but not very often with average Canadians. Fortunately,
The case that gave birth to Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit

The case that gave birth to Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit

In 1988, Toronto lawyer Clayton Ruby represented the family of a young man named Michael Wade Lawson.
Inside the making of an incel

Inside the making of an incel

This November, accused killer Alek Minassian will face trial for the 2018 Toronto van attack that killed 10 people and injured 16.
How hospitals are helping teachers as kids return to school

How hospitals are helping teachers as kids return to school

There are a lot of things that provincial back-to-school guidelines don't cover—because they can't. Every school is different, and so are the neighbourhoods they serve. And as students return, teachers and administrators often need answers, quickly,
They defended their land, then the government abandoned them

They defended their land, then the government abandoned them

It's been 25 years since the Ipperwash crisis and the killing of Dudley George. Long enough that there's a generation that doesn't remember it—but they have plenty of examples of modern-day land defenders standing up against the government.
Do you need a news detox?

Do you need a news detox?

Are you addicted to the news? Don't lie! It's understandable. This year has been hard, and everything feels like a crisis sometimes, and some of us can't look away. Not knowing what's happening in the world at all is not an option,
Back to school for some. Private learning pods for others.

Back to school for some. Private learning pods for others.

It's been a chaotic and eventful—and still not yet close to done—return to schools across Canada. A majority of parents have chosen to return their kids to the classroom. Other have opted for remote learning either by necessity or preference.
A story about the family that just kept growing

A story about the family that just kept growing

In a large house, in a very nice area of Toronto, in the 1970s and 80s, there lived a normal family: Mom, dad, kids. Roughly thirty kids, actually, most of them adopted from all over the worlds. Thirty kids with different languages, needs,
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