The 180 | Dec 12, 2013 | 3:09

One working mother's message for her stay at home counterparts...

Marina Adshade is a working mother. She's an economist and blogger who writes about economics and relationships. And she says she feels she's judged by her stay-at-home counterparts who tell people their job is "full-time mom."

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The 180 Could John A. Macdonald have built Canada if he needed social license? May 15, 2014 | 16:18Kelly McParland tells Jim the idea of "social license" is unrealistic when it comes to pipeline projects, and he wonders if the railway would have been built if it needed community approval. Plus, we look back at 100 years of oil.
The 180 - The Shelving of Bill C-33May 13, 2014 | 9:14The 180 The Shelving of Bill C-33 Audio
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The 180 - Is the shelving of Bill C-33 a setback to First Nations education?May 9, 2014 | 9:50The 180 Is the shelving of Bill C-33 a setback to First Nations education? Audio
The 180 Is the shelving of Bill C-33 a setback to First Nations education? May 9, 2014 | 9:50Harvey McCue has been a leader in First Nations education reform for four decades. He says that despite the many criticisms of Bill C-33, he would have liked to see it pass.
The 180 - Animal Rights || The Figures of Public Figures ||  First Nations' EducationMay 9, 2014 | 54:00The 180 Animal Rights || The Figures of Public Figures || First Nations' Education Audio
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The 180 - Is it ever okay to question the public figures of public figures?May 8, 2014 | 13:16The 180 Is it ever okay to question the public figures of public figures? Audio
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The 180 - Should animals be treated as persons under the law?May 8, 2014 | 10:31The 180 Should animals be treated as persons under the law? Audio
The 180 Should animals be treated as persons under the law? May 8, 2014 | 10:31There have been renewed debates about keeping whales in captivity, but it turns out there is an even greater conversation about the legal rights of animals. We speak with a lawyer who thinks all animals should be considered persons under the law.
The 180 - Does Canada have a bad case of "Chemophobia?"May 8, 2014 | 10:02The 180 Does Canada have a bad case of "Chemophobia?" Audio
The 180 Does Canada have a bad case of "Chemophobia?" May 8, 2014 | 10:02People who campaign against chemicals have caused change in soft drinks and sandwich bread. But Joe Schwarcz says Canadians have a bad case of "chemophobia," and he gives us his prescription for a cure.
The 180 - Alphabet for a "schools to jobs" generationMay 8, 2014 | 4:37The 180 Alphabet for a "schools to jobs" generation Audio
The 180 Alphabet for a "schools to jobs" generation May 8, 2014 | 4:37The Province of B.C. has a new "Skills for Jobs" blueprint. That had the CBC's Stephen Quinn trying to imagine what the earliest years of the new "schools to jobs" focus would be like. We present to you, his "ABC's"
The 180 - Surveillance || Senate and the Constitution || Language on Signs || Making the Case for GMOsMay 2, 2014 | 54:00The 180 Surveillance || Senate and the Constitution || Language on Signs || Making the Case for GMOs Audio
The 180 Surveillance || Senate and the Constitution || Language on Signs || Making the Case for GMOs May 2, 2014 | 54:00Jim and his guests discuss 21st century surveillance, what the Supreme Court says about the Constitution, and whether cities should ask local businesses to include English (or French) on all signs.
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The 180 Should businesses be required to advertise in English? May 1, 2014 | 8:35In parts of Metro Vancouver, residents see flyers, business signs, and bus shelter ads that are entirely in a language other than English - often Chinese. Some Richmond residents say it's time for that to change.
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The 180 A Genetically Modified Crops 180 May 1, 2014 | 9:03Mark Lynas was once so opposed to genetically modified crops (GMOs) that he used to destroy them. Now he speaks in their favour. The environmental writer joined Jim to explain his 180.
The 180 - Should we be more like the U.S. when it comes to choosing Supreme Court judges?May 1, 2014 | 9:33The 180 Should we be more like the U.S. when it comes to choosing Supreme Court judges? Audio
The 180 Should we be more like the U.S. when it comes to choosing Supreme Court judges? May 1, 2014 | 9:33Philip Slayton says Canada needs to overhaul the selection system for Supreme Court judges. He wrote a book about the power of the SCOC, and he tells Jim why that power means we need to change the system.
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The 180 Is it unCanadian to hate camping? May 1, 2014 | 2:57It seems everyone has plans to sit around a camp fire at some point this summer. And those who don't...well they have to keep it secret. Toronto author and blogger Jennifer Gold is one of them.

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