• Thank You and Goodnight (Mar 11)

    Thank You and Goodnight (Mar 11)

    dailies Mar 13, 2019
    As Season 26 comes to a close, 22 Minutes looks back on some of their favourite sketches of the year.
  • Noisy Neighbour (Mar 8)

    Noisy Neighbour (Mar 8)

    dailies Mar 8, 2019
    BC has announced new laws to prevent foreign investors from flipping houses in the province. 22 Minutes consults a live-in expert.
  • Ifs, Ands & Butts (Mar 7)

    Ifs, Ands & Butts (Mar 7)

    dailies Mar 7, 2019
    Gerald Butts appeared before the Commons justice committee to testify on the SNC-Lavalin scandal yesterday. 22 Minutes follows the breaking news.
  • Kim Hortons (Mar 6)

    Kim Hortons (Mar 6)

    dailies Mar 6, 2019
    The upcoming season of RuPaul's Drag Race will feature a Canadian contestant for the first time. 22 Minutes goes behind the scenes to sashay through the auditions.
  • Say Yes To The Vest (Mar 5)

    Say Yes To The Vest (Mar 5)

    dailies Mar 5, 2019
    Trying to find the right thing to wear at the big rally can be a big decision. 22 Minutes unites one lucky protestor with the ideal wardrobe.
  • Straight To Overdraft (Mar 4)

    Straight To Overdraft (Mar 4)

    dailies Mar 4, 2019
    Banks across the country are trying to spur more clients to invest in their future. But is investing for everyone? 22 Minutes consults the experts.
  • Time-Suck (Mar 1)

    Time-Suck (Mar 1)

    dailies Mar 1, 2019
    More and more Canadians are deleting Facebook, but quitting isn't as easy as it seems. 22 Minutes clicks through.
  • Now Hiring (Feb 28)

    Now Hiring (Feb 28)

    dailies Feb 28, 2019
    Recent SNC Lavalin scandals may suggest the company is falling on hard times. However, they're actually looking to fill a major position. 22 Minutes greases some palms.
  • Victory Party (Feb 27)

    Victory Party (Feb 27)

    dailies Feb 27, 2019
    The Burnaby South byelection is over and Jagmeet Singh finally has a seat in the House of Commons. 22 Minutes Vancouver correspondent Graham Clark brings a gift to the NDP leader.
  • I Move On Too Fast (Feb 26)

    I Move On Too Fast (Feb 26)

    dailies Feb 26, 2019
    Despite the SNC Lavalin scandal and the resignations of key inner circle members, the Prime Minister is already looking to the future. 22 Minutes gets musical.
  • Bonus Material (Feb 25)

    Bonus Material (Feb 25)

    dailies Feb 25, 2019
    On the heels of Oscar season, many films issue extended cuts and offer special features to cash in on the hype. 22 Minutes takes a look at some deleted scenes from A Star Is Born.
  • Justice Is Swerved (Feb 22)

    Justice Is Swerved (Feb 22)

    dailies Feb 22, 2019
    The Supreme Court finds an Ontario teacher guilty of voyeurism after not one, but two lower courts acquitted the teacher. 22 Minutes talks to the judges from the previous trials.
  • Black History Month (Feb 21)

    Black History Month (Feb 21)

    dailies Feb 21, 2019
    With February well underway, 22 Minutes' own Trent McClellan shares some Black History Month do's and don'ts.
  • Duped! (Feb 20)

    Duped! (Feb 20)

    dailies Feb 20, 2019
    Air Canada check-in agents have been accused of processing customers despite knowing full well that flights were oversold. 22 Minutes buys in.
  • Pensions & Pot (Feb 19)

    Pensions & Pot (Feb 19)

    dailies Feb 19, 2019
    Since the legalization of cannabis, Canadians from all walks of life are sparking up. 22 Minutes Senior Correspondents Enid & Eulalia take a trip down memory lane.
  • Double Double Edibles (Feb 18)

    Double Double Edibles (Feb 18)

    dailies Feb 18, 2019
    After introducing a Double Double Timbit, Tim Hortons is now unveiling a chocolate bar using the same flavours. What edibles are next? 22 Minutes finds out.
  • Minor Methodology (Feb 15)

    Minor Methodology (Feb 15)

    dailies Feb 15, 2019
    As a federal election approaches, Canada’s minor political could be poised to make a big impact. 22 Minutes goes behind the scenes of their strategy sessions.
  • Hopeless Romantic (Feb 14)

    Hopeless Romantic (Feb 14)

    dailies Feb 14, 2019
    It’s Valentine’s Day, so take a break from politics and focus on matters of the heart. 22 Minutes knows the greatest love of all is easy to achieve.
  • Realistic Romance (Feb 13)

    Realistic Romance (Feb 13)

    dailies Feb 13, 2019
    With Valentine’s Day around the corner, true love is no longer a distraction from the terrible state of the world. 22 Minutes introduces a brand new line of greeting cards.
  • A Word From Our Sponsor (Feb 4)

    A Word From Our Sponsor (Feb 4)

    dailies Feb 4, 2019
    Has sneaky advertising ever interrupted the flow of your favourite podcast? 22 Minutes breaks up the deep discussion. [Day 1 of Week #16]
  • Alexa vs. Alex (Feb 1)

    Alexa vs. Alex (Feb 1)

    dailies Feb 1, 2019
    From the Amazon Echo to Alexa, the rising popularity of virtual assistants has spurred security concerns. Are you worried your device is listening too much? 22 Minutes talks tech.
  • Vax On, Vax Off (Jan 31)

    Vax On, Vax Off (Jan 31)

    dailies Jan 31, 2019
    The World Health Organization is listing people who refuse to vaccinate their children as one of the Top 10 health threats facing the world in 2019. 22 Minutes gets pricked.
  • Chilly Chinese Relations (Jan 30)

    Chilly Chinese Relations (Jan 30)

    dailies Jan 30, 2019
    After making statements that contradicted the Prime Minister’s official position, Canada’s ambassador to China resigned this weekend. 22 Minutes tunes into the press conference.
  • Placentamania! (Jan 29)

    Placentamania! (Jan 29)

    dailies Jan 29, 2019
    The practice of eating your own placenta after giving birth is coming back in style. 22 Minutes turns the trend into a new hit single.
  • Instant Gratification (Jan 28)

    Instant Gratification (Jan 28)

    dailies Jan 28, 2019
    Some millennials are going broke using meal delivery apps like Uber Eats and Skip The Dishes. 22 Minutes indulges in the small luxuries.
  • Work-Life Balance (Jan 25)

    Work-Life Balance (Jan 25)

    dailies Jan 25, 2019
    A new study says childless employees are more likely to work longer hours than their coworkers who are parents. 22 Minutes proposes a solution.
  • Cold Call (Jan 24)

    Cold Call (Jan 24)

    dailies Jan 24, 2019
    The Prime Minister has been making random calls to Canadians over the past couple weeks as a way of keeping in touch with citizens and their issues. 22 Minutes listens in.
  • Halifax Explosion: The Musical (Jan 23)

    Halifax Explosion: The Musical (Jan 23)

    dailies Jan 23, 2019
    If you loved “Come From Away,” the hit musical about a Newfoundland town in the aftermath of 9/11, you’ll love a brand new musical based in Halifax. 22 Minutes hits the previews.
  • Hamberder Helper (Jan 22)

    Hamberder Helper (Jan 22)

    dailies Jan 22, 2019
    Donald Trump hosted a championship college football team for dinner at the White House last week. On the menu? Mountains of fast food. 22 Minutes serves it up hot.
  • International Relations (Jan 21)

    International Relations (Jan 21)

    dailies Jan 21, 2019
    In the midst of the US government shutdown, Canadian air traffic controllers bought pizza for their counterparts south of the border. 22 Minutes applauds the teamwork.
  • A Curious Creature (Jan 18)

    A Curious Creature (Jan 18)

    dailies Jan 18, 2019
    All across the country, the rink-bound hockey parent is a persistent figure. 22 Minutes goes deeper into the hinterland.
  • Tell Me Lies (Jan 17)

    Tell Me Lies (Jan 17)

    dailies Jan 17, 2019
    Last week, CNN brought in a Canadian journalist to fact check Donald Trump’s first-ever televised address to the nation. Mark Critch speaks with the Toronto Star’s Daniel Dale.
  • Top Gun Battleships (Jan 16)

    Top Gun Battleships (Jan 16)

    dailies Jan 16, 2019
    Experts suggest the Canadian government can afford either new ships for the navy or new jets for the air force, but not both. Which will win the battle? 22 Minutes finds out.
  • Better Keep That (Jan 15)

    Better Keep That (Jan 15)

    dailies Jan 15, 2019
    A new home makeover show on Netflix focused on decluttering your life has become an instant hit. But 22 Minutes discovers it’s actually a rip-off of a popular Newfoundland show.
  • President Donair (Jan 14)

    President Donair (Jan 14)

    dailies Jan 14, 2019
    A man in Halifax recently set an unofficial record for most donairs eaten in a single hour. 22 Minutes devours the details.
  • Optimum Botox (Jan 11)

    Optimum Botox (Jan 11)

    dailies Jan 11, 2019
    Some Shoppers Drug Mart locations will soon offer cosmetic procedures such as Botox injections. 22 Minutes goes under the needle.
  • High In Public (Jan 10)

    High In Public (Jan 10)

    dailies Jan 10, 2019
    As Canadians settle into life with legal cannabis, many newcomers to the drug may find themselves wondering what to do if they’re high in public. 22 Minutes rolls up a few tips.
  • Ballot Box (Jan 9)

    Ballot Box (Jan 9)

    dailies Jan 9, 2019
    With a by-election coming up in BC, the fate of federal politics hangs in the balance. In these uncertain times, 22 Minutes removes the blindfolds.
  • Vertical Value (Jan 8)

    Vertical Value (Jan 8)

    dailies Jan 8, 2019
    Despite being in circulation for several months, new $10 bills featuring civil rights activist Viola Desmond are not being processed properly by ATMs. 22 Minutes calls for change.
  • Holiday Hangover (Jan. 7)

    Holiday Hangover (Jan. 7)

    dailies Jan 7, 2019
    If you spent December binge-watching Hallmark Christmas movies, you may be feeling a sense of loss now that the holidays are over. Luckily, 22 Minutes has the hangover cure.
  • New Year’s Resolutions (Jan. 4)

    New Year’s Resolutions (Jan. 4)

    dailies Jan 4, 2019
    With 2019 underway, many Canadians are trying to stick to their new year’s resolutions. 22 Minutes’ Senior Correspondent Mrs. Enid looks back at some of her bygone aspirations.
  • Festive Special (Dec. 10)

    Festive Special (Dec. 10)

    dailies Dec 10, 2018
    Ahead of the upcoming hour-long Christmas special, 22 Minutes offers up a sneak peek at some of this year’s festive sketches. Don’t tell Santa. Happy holidays!
  • Let’s Talk About Sex Ed (Dec. 7)

    Let’s Talk About Sex Ed (Dec. 7)

    dailies Dec 7, 2018
    After Doug Ford scrapped modernized sex ed lesson plans, some Ontario classrooms are relying on curriculums last taught in the ‘90s. What does that look like? 22 breaks it down.
  • Locked In (Dec. 6)

    Locked In (Dec. 6)

    dailies Dec 6, 2018
    To nobody’s surprise, Canadian telecom providers have been under fire recently for encouraging shady and aggressive sales tactics. 22 Minutes goes undercover.
  • Bad Agents (Dec. 5)

    Bad Agents (Dec. 5)

    dailies Dec 5, 2018
    A new report says agents at the Canada Revenue Agency often discriminate against callers based on their personal data. 22 Minutes finds out that the devil is in the details.
  • Sorry State (Dec. 4)

    Sorry State (Dec. 4)

    dailies Dec 4, 2018
    With Britain’s exit from the European Union on the horizon, Queen Elizabeth II delivers a special address to Canadians. 22 Minutes fog-bathes with the monarch.
  • Outlaw Otter (Dec. 3)

    Outlaw Otter (Dec. 3)

    dailies Dec 3, 2018
    A shifty otter in Vancouver has been hunting and eating prized koi fish from a pond in one of the city’s historic gardens. 22 Minutes chases the story.
  • Are You Too High? (Nov. 30)

    Are You Too High? (Nov. 30)

    dailies Nov 30, 2018
    Now that cannabis is legal, many Canadians are trying it for the very first time. But how do you know if you’ve smoked too much? 22 Minutes gets blunt.
  • Raj Royale (Nov. 29)

    Raj Royale (Nov. 29)

    dailies Nov 29, 2018
    Though he has resigned, a new report reveals that Liberal MP Raj Grewal straight up asked police for money laundering advice. 22 Minutes wonders who owns the movie rights?
  • Seasonal Annoying Disorder (Nov. 28)

    Seasonal Annoying Disorder (Nov. 28)

    dailies Nov 28, 2018
    Though winter hasn’t officially arrived & the holidays are still a month away, there’s always that one colleague who’s already a little too jolly. 22 Minutes decks the halls.
  • CRA Snoops (Nov. 27)

    CRA Snoops (Nov. 27)

    dailies Nov 27, 2018
    A new report reveals that workers at the Canada Revenue Agency have been snooping on the tax files of 10,000 Canadians. 22 Minutes tallies up the privacy breaches.
  • Hockey Hall of Fame (Nov. 26)

    Hockey Hall of Fame (Nov. 26)

    dailies Nov 26, 2018
    Legendary hockey player Willie O'Ree, the first black man to ever play in the NHL, has finally been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
  • Artificial Intelligence (Nov. 23)

    Artificial Intelligence (Nov. 23)

    dailies Nov 23, 2018
    A news agency in China has unveiled the world's first artificial intelligence-powered news anchor. Can A.I. also replace fake news comedians?
  • Hostile Fire (Nov. 22)

    Hostile Fire (Nov. 22)

    dailies Nov 22, 2018
    After the Liberal’s fighter jet program was shuttered, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan fielded some tough questions about severe pilot shortages. 22 Minutes recruits some answers.
  • French Faux Pas (Nov. 21)

    French Faux Pas (Nov. 21)

    dailies Nov 21, 2018
    To save money, Doug Ford cut Ontario’s French-language commissioner position & plans for a French university. But how much will these moves cost him? 22 Minutes offre une réponse.
  • The Resistance (Nov. 8)

    The Resistance (Nov. 8)

    dailies Nov 9, 2018
    Maclean’s latest cover positions prominent Tory leaders as resistors to the Liberal’s carbon plan. What exactly are these five, boring white guys resisting? 22 Minutes powers up.
  • Shuffle Scuffle (Nov. 6)

    Shuffle Scuffle (Nov. 6)

    dailies Nov 7, 2018
    Four months into his first term, Ontario Premier Doug Ford shuffles his cabinet. The move may be related to allegations of sexual misconduct by a minister. 22 Minutes investigates.
  • Catfished! (Nov. 7)

    Catfished! (Nov. 7)

    dailies Nov 6, 2018
    After sharing sexually explicit images and a video with someone online, Tory MP Tony Clement now finds himself in an alleged extortion scheme. 22 Minutes cashes in.
  • Bernier’s Bewilderment (Nov. 5)

    Bernier’s Bewilderment (Nov. 5)

    dailies Nov 5, 2018
    Maxime Bernier is asking members of the People’s Party of Canada to sign a “no embarrassment” pledge, which seems kind of odd considering his track record. 22 Minutes checks in.
  • Olympic Rush (Nov. 1)

    Olympic Rush (Nov. 1)

    dailies Nov 2, 2018
    With politicians divided, Calgarians themselves will go to the polls in just a few days to decide if the city should host the 2026 Olympics. 22 Minutes hits the slopes.
  • Mature Murder (Oct. 31)

    Mature Murder (Oct. 31)

    dailies Nov 1, 2018
    It has been decades since Michael Myers terrorized babysitters in Haddonfield, IL and now he’s back. But 40 years is a long time. Maybe too long? 22 Minutes gets spooky.
  • Villainous Vows (Oct. 30)

    Villainous Vows (Oct. 30)

    dailies Oct 30, 2018
    From claiming he will axe the carbon tax to blatantly lying about rebate numbers, Doug Ford is acting like a cartoon villain come to life. 22 Minutes delivers the sucker punch.
  • (Game of) Throne Speech (Oct. 29)

    (Game of) Throne Speech (Oct. 29)

    dailies Oct 29, 2018
    The epic fight for control of New Brunswick rages on this week. To earn support from opposition parties, the Liberals plan to deliver a pandering throne speech. Will it be enough?
  • Bomb Wear (Oct. 25)

    Bomb Wear (Oct. 25)

    dailies Oct 25, 2018
    22 Minutes correspondent Graham Clark asks: what is life like when you already look like a unibomber?
  • Passing The Buck (Oct. 24)

    Passing The Buck (Oct. 24)

    dailies Oct 24, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #6 and Prime Minister Trudeau says canceling sales of arms to Saudi Arabia would cost Canadian billions. 22 Minutes digs into the PM’s excuses.
  • Carbon Compliance (Oct. 23)

    Carbon Compliance (Oct. 23)

    dailies Oct 23, 2018
    It’s Day #4 of Week #5 and the federal government has unveiled a nation-wide carbon pricing plan. But will every province comply? 22 Minutes investigates.
  • Choice Candidates (Oct. 11)

    Choice Candidates (Oct. 11)

    dailies Oct 11, 2018
    It’s Day #3 of Week #5 and voters across Canada head to the polls this month to vote in municipal elections. From coast to coast, 22 Minutes offers up a series of primers to help.
  • Reefer Madness (Oct. 10)

    Reefer Madness (Oct. 10)

    dailies Oct 11, 2018
    It’s Day #2 of Week #5 and Canada is officially one week away from legalizing cannabis. As new details roll out, lots of budding questions still remain.
  • Sorry State (Oct. 9)

    Sorry State (Oct. 9)

    dailies Oct 9, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #5 and one Conservative MP thinks Canadians should talk about our past with pride, not shame and apology. But isn’t saying sorry in our blood?
  • Skip The Dishes (Oct. 8)

    Skip The Dishes (Oct. 8)

    dailies Oct 8, 2018
    Canadians are celebrating Thanksgiving! We’re taking a break from the daily news to bring you a collection of sketches to enjoy after the ‘fun times’ wit
  • Global Gridlock (Oct. 4)

    Global Gridlock (Oct. 4)

    dailies Oct 5, 2018
    It’s Day #3 of Week #4 and rising global temperatures are showing no signs of slowing down. 22 checks in with an expert to see why more isn’t being done to reverse the effects.
  • Cash-4-Crown Corporations (Oct. 3)

    Cash-4-Crown Corporations (Oct. 3)

    dailies Oct 3, 2018
    It’s Day #2 of Week #4 and a new report recommends Ontario sell its crown corporations like the LCBO & Ontario Power Generation. But if the province is selling, who’s buying?
  • CAQ Attack! (Oct. 2)

    CAQ Attack! (Oct. 2)

    dailies Oct 3, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #4 and Québec has a new majority government. But who exactly are the Coalition Avenir Québec? 22’s Trent McClellan delivers the CAQ FAQs.
  • Age Against The Machine (Oct. 1)

    Age Against The Machine (Oct. 1)

    dailies Oct 1, 2018
    It’s Day #4 of Week #3 and machines are poised to take over half of all workplace tasks by 2025. In this era of automation, are we quickly losing our human touch?
  • Border Ban (Sept. 27)

    Border Ban (Sept. 27)

    dailies Sep 27, 2018
    It’s Day #3 of Week #3 and U.S. Customs and Border Protection warns that Canadians who work or invest in the cannabis industry could be banned from the U.S. for life.
  • The Bernier Unit (Sept. 26)

    The Bernier Unit (Sept. 26)

    dailies Sep 26, 2018
    It’s Day #2 of Week #3 and Maxime Bernier has defected from the Tories to form the People’s Party of Canada. Mark Critch finds out what it’s like to lead a party of one.
  • A New Brunswick Tie (Sept. 25)

    A New Brunswick Tie (Sept. 25)

    dailies Sep 25, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #3 and the results of the New Brunswick election are still up in the air. With no official winner yet declared, why is every party celebrating? 22 Minutes weigh
  • Beard Behaviour (Sept. 24)

    Beard Behaviour (Sept. 24)

    dailies Sep 24, 2018
    It’s Day #4 of Week #2 and Air Canada has changed its policy on pilot facial hair. 22’s Susan Kent speaks with two pilots who are re-examining their beard behaviour.
  • Thinking Outside the Hot Box (Sept.19)

    Thinking Outside the Hot Box (Sept.19)

    dailies Sep 19, 2018
    It’s Day #2 of Week #2 and weed is almost legal in Canada. 22’s Trent McClellan offers up financial advice for savvy investors hoping to cash in on the pot boom.
  • A .22 for 22 (Sept. 18)

    A .22 for 22 (Sept. 18)

    dailies Sep 18, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #2 and the Liberals are talking a handgun ban. Mark Critch visits a Calgary gun range with Michelle Rempel to talk about shooting for sport and... relaxation.
  • Atlantic Cruise (Sept. 17)

    Atlantic Cruise (Sept. 17)

    dailies Sep 17, 2018
    It’s Day #3 of Week #1 and Hurricane Florence has forced a cruise ship destined for Bermuda to dock in Halifax. 22 Minutes speaks with one couple who took the change in stride.
  • Too High to Drive (Sept. 13)

    Too High to Drive (Sept. 13)

    dailies Sep 13, 2018
    It’s Day #2 of Week #1 and the Liberal government has given the green light to a roadside saliva test that checks for cannabis use.
  • A Leg to Notwithstand On (Sept. 12)

    A Leg to Notwithstand On (Sept. 12)

    dailies Sep 13, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #1 and Doug Ford has already overruled the Ontario Superior Court. 22 Minutes responds to his controversial decision to invoke the nothwithstanding clause.
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