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CBC Radio presents syndicated columns on a variety of topics from across the country.

  • 03:52
    Bitcoin value is rather fluid these days. So, what would that mean if you were paid in the crypto-currency? Workplace expert Rubina Ahmed-Haq on the ins and outs.
    Apr 12, 2018
  • 03:40
    Stephen Hawking may be gone, but his image lives on in advertising. Ad Guy Bruce Chambers looks at some of the surprising commercials that the physicist appeared in.
    Mar 22, 2018
  • 03:18
    If you've never ordered from an online restaurant...chances are you will soon. Trend forecasters have been predicting a rise in kitchens exclusively focused on delivery via app-based ordering systems. Food columnist Khalil Akhtar looks at why a growing number of restaurant owners are going full digital.
    Mar 22, 2018
  • 03:59
    The federal regulator of financial institutions has announced that credit unions can no longer call themselves "banks" or use that word in any of their marketing. The CBC's Blair Sanderson "invested" some time trying to find out why this is happening.
    Jul 10, 2017
  • 03:57
    World leaders are gathering for the G20 Summit. U.S. president Donald Trump's handshakes are often scrutinized but things are different for Angela Merkel. CBC's Blair Sanderson examines the gender difference in formal greetings.
    Jul 7, 2017
  • 03:28
    Recreational use of cannabis is supposed to be legal by July 1st, 2018. But governments and other social marketers have already changed the way they talk about cannabis in ads. Here's our ad guy, Bruce Chambers...
    Jul 7, 2017
  • 03:50
    The consignment clothing industry in Canada is big, and about to get a lot bigger. CBC's Jason Osler has more.
    Jul 7, 2017
  • 03:31
    A California company plans to have lab-grown meat ready for mass consumption by 2018. Meat protein grown without animals has been in development for more than a decade. CBC food columnist Khalil Akhtar has more.
    Jul 7, 2017
  • 02:01
    Vancouver city council voted unanimously to ban the sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet stores. CBC's Jason Osler hit the streets to find out whether you think the sale of all animals should be banned in pet stores across the country.
    Jul 7, 2017
  • 02:48
    Sears has filed for creditor protection, announced it will close 59 stores and lay-off 29-hundred employees. CBC's Blair Sanderson hit the streets and discovered some customers are loyal, while others are shopping around.
    Jun 26, 2017
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