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Sorry Not Sorry Canada
45 minutes | Jun 25, 2019
Who Deserves Alberta's Money?
Join us while we discuss some current news and provincial equalization payments.
50 minutes | Apr 30, 2019
Should Quebec Fine a Comedian 42 Thousand Dollars?
Join us for Episode 1 of Season 2!
46 minutes | Jan 27, 2019
2018 Wrap Up
Join us as we closeout season 1 and discuss some of 2018's final news stories.
49 minutes | Nov 28, 2018
Canada Bannin' Steve Bannon
Join us while we discuss current news in the Canadian news cycle. Including the Toronto Steve Bannon and David Frum debate!
49 minutes | Oct 17, 2018
Can a Public School Teacher Tell Students Conservatives Are Racist?
Join us on the podcast to hear our opinions on some of the most recent news stories in Canada.
44 minutes | Aug 31, 2018
Is Canada Really As Bad As Saudi Arabia for its History of Human Rights?
Join us while we discuss the history of Canadian human rights in the present and in the past.
53 minutes | Jul 30, 2018
What Does Trump Mean for Canada?
Join us while we discuss immigration, tariffs and Trump.
42 minutes | Jun 24, 2018
Did the National Anthem Need Changing ?
This episode was a discussion we recorded in March 2018 just after the changes to the Canadian national anthem. Join us while we discuss those changes.
59 minutes | Jun 24, 2018
Gay Pride and Prejudice
BAKE ME A CAKE!! Join us while we discuss the recurring controversy of cake baking and what the government should be able to make individuals and institutions do.
40 minutes | May 31, 2018
Terrorist or Terrified of Living Alone?
Today we discuss the recent attack in Toronto and how our society is polarizing around social media and changing cultural norms.
65 minutes | Feb 17, 2018
On today's episode we discuss whether or not Margaret Atwood is a bad feminist.
56 minutes | Jan 18, 2018
Israel Palestine Explained in Under an Hour
Is the Israel-Palestine conflict a religious showdown for the ages or just a 20th century bureaucratic logjam? On today’s episode we discuss: The results of the U.N. vote on whether or not to support Trump’s decision to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem. (00:00) The history of Jewish Zionism and the World Wars. (6:00) The shape of Israel and Palestine from the 1990s and forward. (13:30) Which side is more to blame for the violence? Who is in charge of the de facto Palestinian government? (18:00) Is state-sponsored violence always evidence of an “evil” government? Do intentions matter more than results? Was George W. Bush a terrorist? (25:00) What’s the harm in moving embassies to Jerusalem? If Israel says that’s their capital why isn’t the U.N. on board? (35:00) How much emphasis should we put on the role of religion in this conflict? (41:00) Did Canada do the right thing by abstaining from choosing to side either with or against Donald Trump and the U.S.? (49:00)
71 minutes | Nov 29, 2017
Is Canadian Psychologist Jordan Peterson Literally Hitler?
On today’s episode we cover: The details of the Wilfrid Laurier University controversy. (1:00) Should people be allowed to discuss topics that may offend or should those with whom we disagree be silenced? (16:00) What’s more important: feeling or knowing? Should we protect people’s feelings at the cost of obscuring reality? (28:00) Is it possible for society as we know it to exist free from difficult conversations and thereby emotional strain? (33:00) What were Jordan Peterson’s offensive remarks at the heart of the Wilfrid Laurier controversy? (42:00) What role do other people have in reinforcing one’s identity? What are the limits of freedom of expression? (46:00) What is language and how does it change? What is the purpose of pronouns? How are language and pronouns viewed differently in French? (1:00:00)
81 minutes | Nov 8, 2017
Did the Governor General Mock the Majority of Canadians or Was She Just Promoting Science?
On today’s episode we analyse: The history and role of the Canadian Governor General. (1:00) The Governor General’s remarks and the context of her speech. (6:00) What science is and what it aims to do; whether or not science is inherently political; and the value of beliefs vs. facts. (14:30) The Governor General’s notion that “divine intervention” and evolution are mutually exclusive. (40:00) How Canadians are responding Governor General’s speech. (54:00) The responses from Justin Trudeau and the leaders of the other major parties.(1:13:00)
75 minutes | Oct 27, 2017
Is the Niqab Ban Sexist, Racist, or Neither?
On Today's podcast we tackle: Quebec's new Niqab ban: is it racist? Sexist? Or is it a step in the direction of human rights? Whether or not Canadian directed and led Blade Runner is misogynistic. A recent scandal affecting the NFL and the difference between it and the CFL for player safety.
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