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.

For many, it's a place to get in and out of as fast as possible. For others, it's a a refuge where they can decompress and let it all hang out. Today on DNTO, we're peeking behind the doors to find out what's going on in the locker room.
While Canada Post figures out its game plan with community boxes and door-to- door delivery, DNTO is peering in to the mailbox and sharing stories from the postal system.
Grab your cowboy boots, DNTO is heading to the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. Meet some of the colourful characters there - from pumpkin growers to rodeo photographers to aspiring equestrians. Plus, Heartland star Amber Marshall!
Robert-Falcon Ouellette, representing Winnipeg Centre, is one of 200 new members of Parliament.
It's the way countless stories begin. And for good reason - everything is heightened when the elements are raging. So take a seat at the DNTO camp-fire and listen to our special dark and stormy Halloween edition.
Stories from Afghanistan Oct. 24, 2015
Today on DNTO we're taking to you about a complex country halfway around the world, Afghanistan.
Unless you've been hiding deep in the dugout, you know that the Toronto Blue Jays are in the play-offs after a 22 year drought. So this week, DNTO explores the surprising power of the old ball game.
Saskatonians have a lot they've never revealed to Mom and Dad. Until now. (Oct. 10, 2015)
The Anatomy of a Hero Oct. 3, 2015
This week DNTO shares the stories of some Canadian heroes - people who took big risks to help total strangers.
We know what their politics are - but how well do we really know Canada's party leaders? This week, DNTO calls up friends and family to uncover the personal side of Trudeau, Harper, Mulcair and May.
There's something so human about the impulse to lob a message out into the world and hope that someone, somewhere will say hello back. It's magical... but also kind of lonely.
As the refugee crisis continues to grip the world's attention, DNTO dedicates its season premiere to Yahya Samatar's year-long journey from Somalia to the banks of Manitoba's Red River.
Sook-Yin Lee, the DNTO team, and a bunch of amazing local storytellers share stories about inspiring objects LIVE from Vancouver's York Theatre. (Originally aired Mar. 28, 2015)
Whether it's the voicemail you just can't bring yourself to delete, the pretend radio show you hosted as a kid, or the long-lost voice of a loved one that's passed on - our lives are full of audio treasures. (Originally aired Mar. 21, 2015)
This week, we're turning our attention to something that surrounds us but that we seldom think about: math! Because really, we're all constantly calculating... (Originally aired Mar. 14, 2015)
This week DNTO is heading north of the 55th parallel to Mathais Colomb Cree Nation, Pukatawagan reserve. Meet the people who call it home and hear the joys and challenges of living on a remote northern reserve. (Originally aired Feb. 21, 2015)
Right now, there are more than 15,000 inmates in federal prisons. This week, we'll hear from everyone from prisoners to former prisoners to prison guards about their experiences behind bars. (Originally aired Jan. 24, 2015)
Halifax has amazing storytellers, and is home to the new Halifax Central Library - designed as a place to build community and share stories. So what better place to cozy up and hear some of the city's best tale winders? (Originally aired Dec. 6, 2014)
Whether it's a famous masterpiece or a crude crayon drawing lovingly made by your children, the right piece of art can send you in a brand new direction. This week, DNTO looks at the transformational power of creativity. (Originally aired Oct. 25, 2014)
We've all had moments when singing has cut to our core. But why does the human voice have such a grip on us? And what happens when a song becomes more than just words and music? (Originally aired Oct. 11, 2013)