Cross Country Checkup from CBC Radio

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Cross Country Checkup is Canada's only national phone-in show, broadcasting live from coast to coast to coast. Checkup is Canada's weekly town hall — a place for raw, honest perspectives on the most pressing issues of the week. For over 55 years, it's where Canadians gather to listen to each other every Sunday afternoon. Call us: 1-888-416-8333.

What began as a Wet'suwet'en blockade in northern B.C. shut down Via Rail and CN dead in their tracks this week.
With U.S. President Donald Trump's acquittal in the impeachment trial, and a messy Democratic primary in Iowa, it was quite a week for American politics. To answer your questions about it all, CBC News correspondent Katie Simpson joins us for this week's Ask Me Anything!
Last year, in Toronto, 40 pedestrians were struck by a moving vehicle and killed. In British Columbia, the number jumps to 49 and in Montreal, a record high 24 lives were lost. But in Oslo, Norway, zero pedestrians died from car- related incidents last year. Our question this week: Are …
With U.S. President Donald Trump's acquittal in the impeachment trial, and a messy Democratic primary in Iowa, it was quite a week for American politics. To answer your questions about it all, CBC News correspondent Katie Simpson joins us for this week's Ask Me Anything!
Last year, in Toronto, 40 pedestrians were struck by a moving vehicle and killed. In British Columbia, the number jumps to 49 and in Montreal, a record high 24 lives were lost. But in Oslo, Norway, zero pedestrians died from car- related incidents last year. Our question this week: Are …
Former prime minister Lester B. Pearson didn't speak French, and other former party leaders like Ed Broadbent, Preston Manning, and Stéphane Dion were far from fluent. Now, as the Conservative leadership race heats up, so too does the great Canadian language debate. Our question this week: Does the prime minister …
Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault answers your questions on a new report that calls for widespread broadcasting and telecommunications regulation reform.
Former prime minister Lester B. Pearson didn't speak French, and other former party leaders like Ed Broadbent, Preston Manning, and Stéphane Dion were far from fluent. Now, as the Conservative leadership race heats up, so too does the great Canadian language debate. Our question this week: Does the prime minister …
Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault answers your questions on a new report that calls for widespread broadcasting and telecommunications regulation reform.
Health experts will take your calls, and answer questions about the novel coronavirus.
Health experts will take your calls, and answer questions about the novel coronavirus.
Dr. Brain Goldman, ER doctor and host of CBC's White Coat, Black Art, takes your calls and answers your questions about cannabis edibles.
After a royal rift with the Queen, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are making their home in Canada — for now. Is it time to roll out — or roll up — the red carpet?
As parts of Newfoundland remain under a state of emergency following an unprecedented winter storm, residents in British Columbia and Edmonton face record-breaking cold temperatures.
The fallout after Iran admits it "unintentionally" shot down Ukrainian International Airlines Flight 752, the tragic loss of 57 Canadians and, now, protests in the streets of Tehran. Our question this week: What's your reaction to the Ukraine airline tragedy?
From Alexa to self-checkouts and self-driving cars, the age of automation is here in 2020. Our question this week: Are new technologies making your life better or worse?
New host of The Current and previous host of Metro Morning Matt Galloway takes your calls on Cross Country Checkup.
As 2019 comes to a close, listeners share their top pop culture picks of the decade and panel guests discuss books, movies, TV shows, artists and more.
On the heels of her new book — and the swearing in of Canada's new cabinet ministers — Jody Wilson-Raybould takes listeners calls.
Men around the world are growing moustaches for "Movember," an annual campaign bringing attention to men's health. Too often men struggle with anxiety, isolation and depression in silence. What can be done?