Tag Archives: CBC Radio

Indigenous Science – Other Ways of Knowing?,

by | April 23, 2016

Guest post by Derek Gray Last week I listened to the CBC Radio program, Unreserved, hosted by Rosanna Dearchild. In her interview with indigenous doctor Marcia Anderson DeCoteau, I was a little shocked to learn that I may be an epistemic racist. I had to transcribe the controversial parts of the interview myself, as they… Read more »

CBC thinks you can’t be evil if you believe in God

by | January 14, 2016

Ah, CBC. You giveth, then – without fail – you taketh away. Literally the day after a rather decent documentary about atheist minister Gretta Vosper – which, admittedly, was not decent due to CBC’s editorial decisions as much as it was decent due to Vosper making a good showing of her own case – the… Read more »

Gretta Vosper featured in CBC radio documentary “A Matter of Faith”

by | January 11, 2016

Gretta Vosper made a huge splash in 2008 when she came out as atheist, despite being an ordained minister of the United Church of Canada. Clergy coming out atheist is hardly news, but what made Vosper stand out was that she insisted on continuing as a minister of the UCC while preaching her atheist beliefs,… Read more »

Cross Country Check Up Is Talking about Vaccination Right Now!

by | February 8, 2015

Right now if you’re interested in listening, Cross Country Checkup on CBC Radio One is talking about Vaccination. Some of the callers make me cringe, saying that vaccines are something that is compromising people’s immune systems, giving them asthma, eczema, etc. Click the Radio One link at the bottom left of this page to listen… Read more »

Michael Enright: “Socks for the Homeless”

by | January 4, 2015

Today, on CBC Radio’s The Sunday Edition, Michael Enright talks about “The City Where It’s Against the Law to Be Poor.” Today’s topic is a follow up to a February 24, 2013 episode “Socks for the Homeless“: Take a moment and think about socks. Yours are probably cosy.. They’re probably dry. And they keep your… Read more »