Day 6 | Mar 30, 2013 | 13:35

Are Montreal protestors using social media to intimidate police?

When Montreal activist group "The People" posted a bundle of information about specific police officers on Dropbox in February, a manifesto told police that the info dump was a warning. Montreal Police have launched an investigation claiming the posts are

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Day 6 - Day 6 encore: Rhinos without bordersJun 25, 2015 | 9:48Day 6 Day 6 encore: Rhinos without borders Audio
Day 6 Day 6 encore: Rhinos without borders Jun 25, 2015 | 9:48A record number of rhinos were poached in South Africa last year. Two award-winning filmmakers are taking drastic measures to save South Africa's rhino population, by airlifting them out of the country. Brent speaks with Dereck and Beverly Joubert.
Day 6 - Day 6 encore: Rhinos without bordersJun 25, 2015 | 9:48Day 6 Day 6 encore: Rhinos without borders Audio
Day 6 Day 6 encore: Rhinos without borders Jun 25, 2015 | 9:48A record number of rhinos were poached in South Africa last year. Two award-winning filmmakers are taking drastic measures to save South Africa's rhino population, by airlifting them out of the country. Brent speaks with Dereck and Beverly Joubert.
Day 6 - Riffed From the Headlines 27/06/2015Jun 25, 2015 | 1:26Day 6 Riffed From the Headlines 27/06/2015 Audio
Day 6 Riffed From the Headlines 27/06/2015 Jun 25, 2015 | 1:26Riffed from the headlines is our weekly news quiz where we choose three riffs linked by one story in the news. Guess the story that links the riffs and you could win a Day 6 totebag! Email us your answer at day6@cbc.ca.
Day 6 - Riffed from the headlines 20/06/2015Jun 19, 2015 | 1:28Day 6 Riffed from the headlines 20/06/2015 Audio
Day 6 Riffed from the headlines 20/06/2015 Jun 19, 2015 | 1:28Riffed From The Headlines is our weekly quiz where we choose three riffs linked by one story in the news. Guess the story that links the riffs and you could win a Day 6 tote bag! You can listen to this week's clue below and email us your answer at day6@cbc.ca. Make sure to include your mailing address and put "Riffed from the Headlines" in the subject line.
Day 6 - Will driverless technology make Alberta's truckers obsolete?Jun 19, 2015 | 14:14Day 6 Will driverless technology make Alberta's truckers obsolete? Audio
Day 6 Will driverless technology make Alberta's truckers obsolete? Jun 19, 2015 | 14:14Last week, Suncor Energy Inc. signed an agreement to buy 175 driverless trucks for its Alberta operations - with plans to replace its entire fleet of heavy haulers by the end of the decade. Local union members fear major job losses. But industry expert Barrie Kirk says the trucks are here to stay.
Day 6 - Is Donald Trump a political hopeful or a satire artist?Jun 19, 2015 | 7:32Day 6 Is Donald Trump a political hopeful or a satire artist? Audio
Day 6 Is Donald Trump a political hopeful or a satire artist? Jun 19, 2015 | 7:32For the sixth time, Donald Trump has announced his plans to run for President. But few are taking his bid seriously. Elspeth Reeve, a senior editor at The New Republic, thinks Trump's political posturings are a brilliant act of political satire - although she's not sure he's in on the joke.
Day 6 - The Ultimate Summer Reading ListJun 19, 2015 | 8:16Day 6 The Ultimate Summer Reading List Audio
Day 6 The Ultimate Summer Reading List Jun 19, 2015 | 8:16Our books' columnist Becky Toyne returns for our popular annual features: The Ultimate Summer Reading List. We also give away two prize packs to listeners who engage in our online conversation. Our summer reading question this year: "What book should be o
Day 6 - Why are California's beaches being over-run with purple sea slugs and crabs?Jun 19, 2015 | 8:22Day 6 Why are California's beaches being over-run with purple sea slugs and crabs? Audio
Day 6 Why are California's beaches being over-run with purple sea slugs and crabs? Jun 19, 2015 | 8:22Thousands of sea creatures are washing ashore off the coast of California. Scientists are blaming a giant patch of warmer water along the coast from Mexico to Bering Sea, nicknamed "The Blob." Dr. Nick Bond, a meteorologist from the University of Washingt
Day 6 - Episode 238: The history of the Emanuel AME Church, the blob in the ocean, driverless trucks & moreJun 19, 2015 | 54:00Day 6 Episode 238: The history of the Emanuel AME Church, the blob in the ocean, driverless trucks & more Audio
Day 6 Episode 238: The history of the Emanuel AME Church, the blob in the ocean, driverless trucks & more Jun 19, 2015 | 54:00The history of the Emanuel AME Church | the blob in the ocean | driverless trucks | Trump's presidential bid | the ultimate summer reading list
Day 6 - The storied past of the Emanuel AME churchJun 19, 2015 | 10:34Day 6 The storied past of the Emanuel AME church Audio
Day 6 The storied past of the Emanuel AME church Jun 19, 2015 | 10:34The Charleston church shooting would have been horrific anywhere but the attack was made on a site of tremendous significance. The Emanuel African Methodist Church is one of the oldest black congregations in America, dating back to the slavery era.
Day 6 - "The Blob" wreaking havoc in the PacificJun 19, 2015 | 8:22Day 6 "The Blob" wreaking havoc in the Pacific Audio
Day 6 "The Blob" wreaking havoc in the Pacific Jun 19, 2015 | 8:22Scientists are blaming a giant patch of warmer water from Mexico to the Bering Sea, nicknamed "The Blob," for the unusual marine life activity they're seeing on the west coast. Dr. Nick Bond, a meteorologist from the University of Washington, came up with
Day 6 - Can mindfulness meditation have negative side effects?Jun 12, 2015 | 9:10Day 6 Can mindfulness meditation have negative side effects? Audio
Day 6 Can mindfulness meditation have negative side effects? Jun 12, 2015 | 9:10Mindfulness is a cultural buzzword right now - with institutions from schools to prisons embracing meditation. But Coventry University's Dr. Miguel Farias, co-author of The Buddha Pill, believes meditation has a dark side that's been largely ignored.
Day 6 - Cheater's high: why do powerful people break the rules?Jun 12, 2015 | 10:02Day 6 Cheater's high: why do powerful people break the rules? Audio
Day 6 Cheater's high: why do powerful people break the rules? Jun 12, 2015 | 10:02With the Senate scandal, former CBC host Evan Solomon and alleged corruption by FIFA bigwigs, we take a look at why people in power break the rules. London Business School's Celia Moore explains her research, which suggests people who cheat feel a "high."
Day 6 - Right to repairJun 12, 2015 | 8:00Day 6 Right to repair Audio
Day 6 Right to repair Jun 12, 2015 | 8:00GM and John Deere have argued that when you buy one of their vehicles, they retain that vehicle's software copyright. Kyle Wiens, the founder of iFixit, says this limits car owners' freedom to customize their own property.
Day 6 - Parkour prison break consultantsJun 12, 2015 | 6:52Day 6 Parkour prison break consultants Audio
Day 6 Parkour prison break consultants Jun 12, 2015 | 6:52After two murderers escaped from a New York prison this weekend, we speak to a man who gets paid to break out of prison. Dan Edwardes, the founder of Parkour Generations, uses a military-style technique to break in and out of secure facilities.

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