After sustaining injuries during deployments with the Navy, Joe Kiraly faced serious mental health challenges. While still experiencing physical obstacles, Kiraly believes therapy and his wife, Claire, have contributed significantly to his emotional well-being. Produced by Rory Gilheany, Lauren Sproule, and Marina Wang Special thanks to Joe and Claire Kiraly Music:...Read More
Our second show is already here. We braved the cold winds and heavy rainfall of early November to bring you a special episode of the Twenty-Fifth Hour: Campus Edition. This week we have a plethora of stories to share, from a Church struggling to stay open to a Syrian refugee finding work at a Shawarma restaurant. New this time around is a rant by Aaron Hemens on Quebec’s face-covering law, now being challenged in court for being...Read More
Gravy, cheese curds, and comradery mix well at Three Brothers Poutine and Shawarma, where co-owner Joseph Karakouzian makes an effort to hire Syrian refugees. Flavour and family are at the forefront as Karakouzian works alongside the young men, teaching them English, and making delicious poutine every day of the week. Alaa Alhamasneh is a Syrian refugee who came to Canada in the winter of 2016. Like many of the staff at 3Brothers, he...Read More
Nick Laws is a fourth-year journalism student with a passion for sports and film. When he’s not in school, working diligently in his Twenty-Fifth Hour class, Nick is the play-by-play man for hockey games for both Carleton Women’s Hockey and The Navan Grads of the CCHL. When chilling out, he enjoys listening to classic rock or new bands like The Glass Animals. Growing up a fan of Anchorman, Nick knew he was meant to be an anchor. If...Read More
Thank you for checking out our first show of the semester! We have all been working hard to showcase the stories of every day people, doing extraordinary things. This show features personal stories ranging from symbols of Canadian nationalism to symbols of self-expression.
Below is the complete show put together by the students of the 25th Hour.Read More
Recognized around the world for its 92-metre shadow and the ever-present Canadian flag, the Peace Tower is one of our nation’s most enduring symbols. It’s the peak of Parliament. And if you’re looking for flag master Robert Labonté after sunrise, that’s where you’ll find him.Read More