The latest three podcasts take us to an Ottawa restaurant working hard to survive in the pandemic, and to a new Indigenous business that’s finding opportunity amid the same crisis. We hear from others just struggling to make it through these times — and we’ll explore matters of the heart…the beating kind and the kind that yearns. All that and more!
A new year and a new Midweek season with a new team of reporters! Our first three podcasts range from the frozen surfaces of the Rideau Canal and the Ottawa Sens home ice, to the cool music scenes of Ottawa and Toronto as they struggle with the pandemic, to…surfing the breaking waves of the Great Lakes! Much more, too!
Here we are at the end of the Fall season of Midweek…and thank goodness, the end of 2020! The departing Midweek crew goes out in style with three podcasts full of great stories!
This week’s three podcasts include stories on CFL players reflecting on not playing for the Grey Cup this year, a small business owner talking about making jewelry from her basement, and a paramedic who feels they’ve been forgotten during COVID. All that and much more!
We’re back with another three editions of the Midweek podcast. This week, our reporters looked back on the aftermath of the U.S. election in Vermont, spoke to a young person trying to find a job during COVID while being at high risk, the need for period equity in Ottawa, and much, much more.
Canada marked it’s first Remembrance Day on November 11, 1931, to mourn and honour the fallen soldiers who fought in the First World War. Eighty-nine years later, we’re still remembering with this week’s editions of the Midweek podcasts.