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Front Burner

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Front Burner is your essential daily news podcast, brought to you by CBC News & CBC Podcasts. Every weekday Front Burner takes you deep into the stories shaping Canada and the world.

  1. 1.
    Erin O'Toole's far-right line in the sand01/19/2021
    20:43
  2. 2.
    The dark side of PPE: Allegations of exploitation, debt bondage01/18/2021
    29:39
  3. 3.
    The Proud Boys: A brief history01/15/2021
    29:09
  4. 4.
    Timothy Snyder on the present and future of Trump's 'big lie'01/14/2021
    21:52
  5. 5.
    Her father died from COVID-19, and now the RCMP are investigating01/13/2021
    24:52
  6. 6.
    Democrats scramble to remove Trump from power01/12/2021
    22:48
  7. 7.
    Trump gets deplatformed01/11/2021
    24:44
  8. 8.
    Canada’s slow drip vaccine rollout01/08/2021
    24:05
  1. 9.
    Pro-Trump extremists storm Capitol Hill01/07/2021
    33:49
  2. 10.
    How Ontario could have avoided the long-term care crisis01/06/2021
    25:18
  3. 11.
    Georgia's make-or-break election01/05/2021
    25:10
  4. 12.
    Anger grows over politicians’ pandemic travelling01/04/2021
    26:16
  5. 13.
    The year the pandemic changed the world12/31/2020
    27:43
  6. 14.
    Encore: The downfall of NXIVM’s Keith Raniere12/30/2020
    24:50
  7. 15.
    Encore: Never mind the deficit?12/29/2020
    29:13
  8. 16.
    Encore: A son's extraordinary mission to care for his mother12/24/2020
    25:53
  9. 17.
    Pop culture and the pandemic12/23/2020
    27:48
  10. 18.
    Mutated COVID-19 sparks closures, questions12/22/2020
    21:00
  11. 19.
    Night shift at the crisis line12/21/2020
    25:39
  12. 20.
    Vaccine hesitancy, the next pandemic hurdle12/18/2020
    31:48
  13. 21.
    A conversation with Canada’s environment minister12/17/2020
    21:56
  14. 22.
    The arrest of Peter Nygard, disgraced fashion mogul12/16/2020
    19:31
  15. 23.
    The problems with Pornhub12/15/2020
    25:15
  16. 24.
    Inside China’s secretive Lop County Hair Product Industrial Park12/14/2020
    25:14
  17. 25.
    From Fox to the fringes, a rift in Conservative media12/11/2020
    28:12
  18. 26.
    A vaccine's approved. What's in the shot?12/10/2020
    27:59
  19. 27.
    The 'agonizing' front lines of Edmonton's 2nd wave12/09/2020
    22:13
  20. 28.
    COVID-19 puts Big Tech under the microscope, again12/08/2020
    25:12
  21. 29.
    A gambler, cartels and a high-profile arrest inside the RCMP12/07/2020
    26:09
  22. 30.
    The dying days of Trump’s presidency12/04/2020
    26:01
  23. 31.
    The Bolshoi dances on amid record COVID-19 cases12/03/2020
    23:04
  24. 32.
    Politicians are Among Us12/02/2020
    25:13
  25. 33.
    Liberals pledge $100B to heal the pandemic economy12/01/2020
    24:57
  26. 34.
    A vaccine is coming to Canada, but when?11/30/2020
    25:34
  27. 35.
    ‘The Great Reset’, politics and conspiracy11/27/2020
    25:26
  28. 36.
    A return to Wuhan11/26/2020
    23:59
  29. 37.
    13 deadly hours11/25/2020
    28:34
  30. 38.
    Virus rages in 'precarious' Alberta11/24/2020
    25:09
  31. 39.
    Never mind the deficit?11/23/2020
    28:59
  32. 40.
    A bid to upend drug laws in Vancouver11/20/2020
    26:30
  33. 41.
    Pro-labour, pro-union Conservatives?11/19/2020
    25:10
  34. 42.
    Update show: New vaccine, election conspiracy, fisheries fight11/18/2020
    21:41
  35. 43.
    Lessons learned, forgotten from the 1st wave11/17/2020
    26:39
  36. 44.
    The trial of Alek Minassian11/16/2020
    23:56
  37. 45.
    Free Britney?11/13/2020
    25:12
  38. 46.
    Fake wolves and real military propaganda in Canada11/12/2020
    22:07
  39. 47.
    Everything you need to know about Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine11/11/2020
    24:24
  40. 48.
    The long road ahead for US President-elect Joe Biden11/10/2020
    23:32
  41. 49.
    I’ll take “Icons” for 400, Alex11/09/2020
    24:59
  42. 50.
    Is American democracy broken?11/06/2020
    27:23
  43. 51.
    Trump takes to the courts as Biden makes gains11/05/2020
    24:15
  44. 52.
    A presidential waiting game11/04/2020
    21:45
  45. 53.
    What it takes to win the White House11/03/2020
    30:43
  46. 54.
    Lessons from Bush v. Gore election debacle11/02/2020
    35:03
  47. 55.
    10,000 COVID-19 deaths, 3 lives remembered10/30/2020
    21:59
  48. 56.
    What voter suppression looks like in the U.S. election10/29/2020
    24:04
  49. 57.
    The downfall of NXIVM’s Keith Raniere10/28/2020
    24:25
  50. 58.
    Borat walks through the 2020 looking-glass10/27/2020
    23:32
  51. 59.
    Renters brace for winter COVID-19 evictions10/26/2020
    31:01
  52. 60.
    Trump versus Biden: The final debate10/23/2020
    21:14
  53. 61.
    B.C.'s pandemic election10/22/2020
    24:46
  54. 62.
    A showdown in Ottawa, and a snap election?10/21/2020
    26:27
  55. 63.
    36 years later: The truth about who murdered Christine Jessop10/20/2020
    26:22
  56. 64.
    Arson, violence and a decades-old fishing feud10/19/2020
    26:16
  57. 65.
    The problems pile up for Alberta10/16/2020
    25:18
  58. 66.
    A fatal 12-story fall, and a no-knock police search10/15/2020
    21:45
  59. 67.
    Who’s the GOAT: Michael Jordan or LeBron James?10/14/2020
    25:51
  60. 68.
    COVID-19 update: Explaining rapid tests and experimental treatments10/13/2020
    24:47
  61. 69.
    The Central Park Five’s Yusef Salaam on life after wrongful conviction10/12/2020
    22:54
  62. 70.
    Will a fix for racial bias in jury trials backfire?10/09/2020
    22:59
  63. 71.
    Aging Presidential candidates loom over VP debate10/08/2020
    23:08
  64. 72.
    New Green Party Leader Annamie Paul's vision for Canada10/07/2020
    23:01
  65. 73.
    Her mother survived the first wave in long-term care. Then the second wave came10/06/2020
    28:00
  66. 74.
    Donald Trump has COVID-19. Now what?10/05/2020
    24:06
  67. 75.
    Indigenous woman records racist abuse in her dying moments10/02/2020
    21:44
  68. 76.
    Will Ontario’s second wave become a tsunami?10/01/2020
    23:06
  69. 77.
    U.S. President refuses to condemn white supremacists, militias in debate09/30/2020
    22:14
  70. 78.
    A Canadian said he killed for ISIS. The RCMP say it’s a hoax09/29/2020
    23:21
  71. 79.
    Anti-mask conspiracy movement thriving in Quebec09/28/2020
    24:06
  72. 80.
    Introducing: Brainwashed09/26/2020
    25:30
  73. 81.
    'Breonna Taylor's killing was an institutional one'09/25/2020
    22:31
  74. 82.
    Liberals promise child care, one million jobs and more09/24/2020
    25:21
  75. 83.
    Is COVID-19 airborne? The CDC said yes, then no09/23/2020
    22:30
  76. 84.
    Year K: The Canadian economic crisis enters phase two09/22/2020
    24:27
  77. 85.
    Supreme Court vacancy a game changer for U.S. election09/21/2020
    24:24
  78. 86.
    Tackling far-right activity in the Canadian military09/18/2020
    22:48
  79. 87.
    How we created the Western wildfires in more ways than one09/17/2020
    23:25
  80. 88.
    'More than just a blip': Canada’s COVID-19 cases on the rise09/16/2020
    23:03
  81. 89.
    Year K: A Canadian guaranteed income?09/15/2020
    22:41
  82. 90.
    WE Charity’s rise to prominence and unexpected fall09/14/2020
    30:04
  83. 91.
    Introducing: Recall: How to Start a Revolution09/12/2020
    33:51
  84. 92.
    Mulan and China’s growing cultural reach09/11/2020
    23:35
  85. 93.
    “Shoot all that you see”09/10/2020
    24:52
  86. 94.
    As B.C. overdose deaths soar, calls for fully regulated addiction treatment09/09/2020
    23:24
  87. 95.
    Race, income inequality, and back-to-school in Canada09/08/2020
    24:39
  88. 96.
    Why India is lifting its lockdown as COVID-19 cases surpass 4 million09/07/2020
    24:07
  89. 97.
    N.B. doctor says he wasn't 'patient zero' in his city's outbreak09/04/2020
    23:51
  90. 98.
    Jacob Blake’s shooting, police violence, and Wisconsin’s history of segregation09/03/2020
    24:53
  91. 99.
    Schools reopen in Quebec amid rise in COVID-19 cases09/02/2020
    24:17
  92. 100.
    Donald Trump’s re-election strategy09/01/2020
    24:52
  93. 101.
    “All the talent in the world”: Remembering Chadwick Boseman08/31/2020
    24:11
  94. 102.
    The NBA players’ unprecedented protest08/28/2020
    25:00
  95. 103.
    The suspected poisoning of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny08/27/2020
    22:48
  96. 104.
    Why the WHO is worried about ‘vaccine nationalism’08/26/2020
    23:29
  97. 105.
    What it’s like being a performer during a pandemic08/25/2020
    19:45
  98. 106.
    Erin O’Toole elected next Conservative Party leader08/24/2020
    23:27
  99. 107.
    Lessons from B.C., as COVID-19 cases climb again08/21/2020
    23:02
  100. 108.
    QAnon gains ground ahead of 2020 U.S election08/20/2020
    26:37
  101. 109.
    Inside Canada’s race for a COVID-19 vaccine08/19/2020
    30:19
  102. 110.
    Bill Morneau steps down as Canada’s Finance Minister08/18/2020
    19:18
  103. 111.
    Governor-General Julie Payette engulfed in controversy08/17/2020
    24:14
  104. 112.
    The roots of Lebanon’s anti-government protests08/14/2020
    21:20
  105. 113.
    Why influencers won’t stop partying during the pandemic08/13/2020
    24:30
  106. 114.
    Kamala Harris is Joe Biden’s V.P. pick08/12/2020
    21:36
  107. 115.
    A prominent Saudi activist's detention and sudden silence08/11/2020
    27:16
  108. 116.
    Life under Melbourne’s stringent COVID-19 lockdown08/10/2020
    26:31
  109. 117.
    How the pandemic is shaping the future of dining08/07/2020
    24:43
  110. 118.
    The aftermath of the Beirut explosion08/06/2020
    21:53
  111. 119.
    What Trump’s threat to ban TikTok means for its users08/05/2020
    25:53
  112. 120.
    Homeless encampments, COVID-19, and Canada's housing crisis08/04/2020
    26:51
  113. 121.
    The risks vs. rewards of sending kids to school08/03/2020
    25:09
  114. 122.
    Trudeau, Kielburgers grilled in hearings on WE controversy07/31/2020
    25:50
  115. 123.
    After backlash, a public inquiry into the Nova Scotia mass shooting07/30/2020
    25:32
  116. 124.
    The NHL returns, exclusively in Canada07/29/2020
    26:10
  117. 125.
    Inside 60 nights of protests in Portland07/28/2020
    24:13
  118. 126.
    2020 on track to be Canada’s worst year for police killings07/27/2020
    22:58
  119. 127.
    ‘Tenet’ postponement spells trouble for Hollywood blockbusters07/24/2020
    24:02
  120. 128.
    The race for a COVID-19 vaccine, explained07/23/2020
    21:19
  121. 129.
    B.C. admits harm in multimillion-dollar settlement for victims of disgraced social worker07/22/2020
    27:15
  122. 130.
    The return of MLB: No spitting, fans or games in Canada07/21/2020
    23:50
  123. 131.
    30 years later a Mohawk filmmaker reflects on the Oka crisis07/20/2020
    25:36
  124. 132.
    The enduring magic of iconic astrologer Walter Mercado07/17/2020
    26:39
  125. 133.
    Why B.C.'s former health officer wants to produce legal heroin07/16/2020
    22:23
  126. 134.
    ‘Above the Law’ chronicles police violence in Calgary07/15/2020
    22:48
  127. 135.
    As Bolsonaro downplays COVID-19, Brazil nears 2 million cases07/14/2020
    23:34
  128. 136.
    Trudeau’s WE Charity controversy deepens, and deficit 10107/13/2020
    24:34
  129. 137.
    The push for Canada’s green recovery07/10/2020
    25:24
  130. 138.
    Pro-democracy leader Nathan Law flees Hong Kong over ‘politics of fear’07/09/2020
    24:13
  131. 139.
    Families demand answers, six months after Flight PS752 downing07/08/2020
    24:40
  132. 140.
    Justin Trudeau, WE Charity and a third ethics investigation07/07/2020
    26:39
  133. 141.
    Can an ad boycott fix Facebook’s hate speech problem?07/06/2020
    24:55
  134. 142.
    The politics of a dramatic COVID-19 surge in the U.S.07/03/2020
    25:35
  135. 143.
    Maria Ressa on her conviction, press freedom and Duterte07/02/2020
    25:30
  136. 144.
    Canada’s top court just sided with Uber drivers. What now?07/01/2020
    24:20
  137. 145.
    In Saskatchewan, a domestic violence prevention law hits roadblocks06/30/2020
    25:52
  138. 146.
    Lawyer Julian Falconer on Dafonte Miller’s fight for justice06/29/2020
    22:06
  139. 147.
    Introducing This is Not a Drake Podcast06/27/2020
    49:00
  140. 148.
    The NBA to restart in a COVID-19 hotspot06/26/2020
    23:40
  141. 149.
    One woman’s fight to free her husband from a Chinese jail06/25/2020
    28:03
  142. 150.
    Should police be on mental health calls?06/24/2020
    23:43
  143. 151.
    Covert calls for help – a hotline for migrant workers06/23/2020
    30:16
  144. 152.
    COVID Alert: Canada’s incoming contact-tracing app06/22/2020
    25:44
  145. 153.
    Conservatives face off in leadership debate06/19/2020
    26:28
  146. 154.
    Quibi: Why the $2 billion video app is failing06/18/2020
    24:54
  147. 155.
    The ‘other’ public health crisis06/17/2020
    28:19
  148. 156.
    A riddle, a treasure hunt, and a mystery that may never end06/16/2020
    26:03
  149. 157.
    Protesting and police in the age of surveillance06/15/2020
    20:02
  150. 158.
    'Cops' gets cancelled06/12/2020
    28:17
  151. 159.
    Bon Appetit, race and food culture06/11/2020
    26:01
  152. 160.
    What ‘defunding the police’ means for Indigenous people06/10/2020
    26:26
  153. 161.
    Defunding police: what it means and how it could work06/09/2020
    29:47
  154. 162.
    Work-from-home goes ‘pandemic’ to ‘permanent’06/08/2020
    23:52
  155. 163.
    Black Canadians reflect on this week’s unrest06/05/2020
    23:09
  156. 164.
    State-sponsored hackers target vaccine research06/04/2020
    21:39
  157. 165.
    Trump’s response in an unprecedented time06/03/2020
    25:35
  158. 166.
    DeRay Mckesson on how to stop race-based police violence06/02/2020
    21:33
  159. 167.
    Police crack down on protests against racism and police violence06/01/2020
    35:09
  160. 168.
    BONUS: First ever charge against ‘incel’ terrorism05/30/2020
    20:49
  161. 169.
    Hong Kong’s uncertain future05/29/2020
    20:38
  162. 170.
    Tow truck wars: Police allege fraud, arson and murder05/28/2020
    22:11
  163. 171.
    Military exposes disturbing conditions in Ontario's pandemic-struck nursing homes05/27/2020
    23:28
  164. 172.
    Joe Rogan’s appeal and $100-million deal05/26/2020
    24:13
  165. 173.
    Ontario is moving in the wrong direction—why?05/25/2020
    22:09
  166. 174.
    Fan culture and #ReleaseTheSnyderCut05/22/2020
    18:45
  167. 175.
    Alberta beef, outbreaks and the flaws of industrial farming05/21/2020
    24:03
  168. 176.
    A practical guide to Canada's slow reopening05/20/2020
    23:32
  169. 177.
    Amazon whistleblowers on their journey from inspired to fired05/19/2020
    25:05
  170. 178.
    How the 5G conspiracy makes COVID-19 fight harder05/18/2020
    22:03
  171. 179.
    Introducing Someone Knows Something: Donald Izzett Jr.05/16/2020
    8:25
  172. 180.
    ‘Big companies getting bigger’: The post-pandemic future of retail05/15/2020
    23:57
  173. 181.
    COVID-19 unlocks wave of loneliness05/14/2020
    23:58
  174. 182.
    Bryan Adams backlash sparks conversation about xenophobia05/13/2020
    23:58
  175. 183.
    Pro sports begin to climb back05/12/2020
    21:49
  176. 184.
    Is COVID-19 an 'extinction event' for newsrooms?05/11/2020
    23:54
  177. 185.
    Who will be the next leader of the Conservative Party?05/08/2020
    24:54
  178. 186.
    Cargill: North America's largest single coronavirus outbreak05/07/2020
    26:18
  179. 187.
    Sex assault allegation lingers after Joe Biden’s denial05/06/2020
    26:20
  180. 188.
    In Brief: How does COVID-19 affect kids?05/05/2020
    15:03
  181. 189.
    'Too big to fail': COVID-19 and Canadian real estate05/05/2020
    23:39
  182. 190.
    The puzzling unknowns of COVID-1905/04/2020
    23:17
  183. 191.
    Canadian Peter Nygard, ‘pamper parties’ and rape allegations05/01/2020
    21:57
  184. 192.
    Quebec’s high-stakes plan to re-open04/30/2020
    26:25
  185. 193.
    The Last Dance and the making of Michael Jordan04/29/2020
    25:29
  186. 194.
    Lawrence Wright predicts a pandemic in “The End of October”04/28/2020
    22:20
  187. 195.
    13 hours, 22 killings: New details emerge in Nova Scotia04/27/2020
    25:20
  188. 196.
    In Brief: Ontario’s reopening roadmap, herd immunity in Quebec04/27/2020
    16:59
  189. 197.
    When will this end?04/24/2020
    24:51
  190. 198.
    ICU workers on the job, in their own words04/23/2020
    19:29
  191. 199.
    In Brief: Why oil prices tumbled below $004/22/2020
    16:26
  192. 200.
    Family stories lead to revelation: 31 deaths inside care home04/22/2020
    27:40

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