Now or Never

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Hosts Ify Chiwetelu and Trevor Dineen leap into the action with Canadians who are making things happen. Sometimes things go right. Sometimes they go off the rails. Either way, Now or Never nudges you to make a change, big or small.

Why do we love repetition? And why do we need it? This week (in an all-new episode), we look at the joys and trials of repeating things.
Food Fight! (10/10/09) Oct. 10, 2009
From family blow-outs at the dinner table to office fights over lunches stolen from the fridge, there are lots of ways we fight over food. So just in time for Thanksgiving, we're looking into "food fights."
Have we become less polite, more polite, or just different in our manners? And how can manners save your life? We'll find out this week, as we look at "etiquette." Tune in to hear from the man who good-mannered his way through a mugging, the ranting waiter, and more.
This week, we're looking into the perilous pitfalls of language, as well as the joys of linguistic diversity. Tune in to find out why Hidden Cameras frontman Joel Gibb loves the challenge of conversing in German, and to hear a new tune, live in studio. Plus, author Robert J. Sawyer …
Okay, so one of the goals in life is to try to accept yourself warts and all, right? But the the truth is, everyone has something they want to change about themselves. So what happens when you attempt to radically alter who you are? Coming up on the DNTO podcast, …
You probably learned lots of great stuff in school. But there are also a lot of big, important things you didn't learn there. This week, we're looking at those life lessons - and how, for better or for worse, we learned them.