On this episode: A poll seeks to pinpoint what Canadians are most proud of, and departing MPs open up on the Ottawa memories they'll never forget. Also, I leave.
Mohamed Omar is a reporter and producer at HuffPost Canada covering everything from federal politics to human interest stories to daily viral trends. He currently scripts and hosts the HuffPost Canada Splash, a daily audio briefing for Google Home and Amazon echo devices, and writes a weekly newsletter called TL;DR. Mohamed is a graduate of Ryerson University's journalism program, and worked as the student paper's editor-in-chief prior to starting at HuffPost.
On this episode: How a rivalry turned an Alberta town into a solar powerhouse, and a B.C. cannabis activist sets his sights on the next drug he thinks will be legalized.
06/29/2019 08:32 EDT
On this episode: The cost of living (sort of, kind of) goes down in Toronto and Vancouver, and fans of Schitt's Creek descend on a tiny town to celebrate their favourite TV show.
06/27/2019 16:18 EDT
On this episode: Why Nunavut could be facing Canada's biggest housing crisis, and Manitoba gets crowned as the Slurpee Capital of the World. Again.
06/26/2019 16:53 EDT
Almost as amazing as the real thing.
06/26/2019 15:02 EDT
On this episode: A new poll finds most Canadians feel politicians "can't be trusted," and an Air Canada passenger claims the airline refused to act after she became the target of racist comments.
06/25/2019 17:09 EDT
But running for office isn't necessarily seen as a bad thing.
06/25/2019 14:16 EDT
On this episode: After three and a half years of hard work, the "No Fly List Kids" score a huge win.
06/23/2019 18:12 EDT
On this episode: How a two-spirit powwow dancer is pushing through gender norms and roles.
06/21/2019 18:49 EDT
The group has been working on a fix to Canada's no-fly list for years.
06/21/2019 06:56 EDT
On this episode: How Donald Trump could be partly to blame for higher food prices north of the border, and Canada's man in space prepares to come home.
06/20/2019 16:57 EDT
On this episode: Western University apologizes for comments made during its convocation, and a new ranking of the world's best universities puts two Canadian schools in its top 50.
06/19/2019 17:39 EDT
There were only three Canadian schools in the top 100.
06/19/2019 15:51 EDT
On this episode: Canada declares a climate change emergency, and a new study finds debt repayments are eating up a record share of Canadians' income.
06/18/2019 16:39 EDT
On this episode: Thank you for calling Toronto. The city is busy right now, but will return your call soon. Maybe.
06/17/2019 17:27 EDT
Everyone was on cloud nine and it was totally contagious.
06/17/2019 14:36 EDT
On this episode: the House of Commons adopts a new parental leave policy that, according to one minister, will send a powerful message to women.
06/16/2019 17:05 EDT
On this episode: The Toronto Raptors make history, electrifying fans across the whole country.
06/14/2019 19:40 EDT
Let there be no doubt in your minds about this.
06/14/2019 11:46 EDT
What a team. What a fanbase.
06/13/2019 23:51 EDT
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