• Photograph looking over the shoulder of Alvin Baptiste. He is holding a printed list of names of missing Indigenous children. Where the Children Are Buried - Thousands of Indigenous children died at residential schools across Canada. This is the story of one community’s search for unmarked graves by Annie Hylton

  • An illustration of parents and kids looking up at outlines of people floating in the sky with different pride flag colours. Kids Deserve a New Gender Paradigm - For youth, transitioning is often seen as a point of no return. What if we view gender as something that evolves over a lifetime? by Kai Cheng Thom



In this episode, we look at the 50th anniversary of the Decorations for Bravery. We speak with former Governor General, Madame Adrienne Clarkson, about what she’s learned from the everyday heroes she awarded during her tenure and from Russ Fee, a Medal of Bravery recipient who saved a family from a wolf attack. 

For young Black professionals, the employment line remains a long and bumpy road to only get half as far. At The Walrus Talks Advancing Work, Agapi Gessesse, Executive Director of the Centre for Young Black Professionals breaks down how she is assuring success for young Black Canadians today and beyond.

In this episode, we’re going underground, undersea and into your water and sewer pipelines with science fiction’s favorite problem-solvers…robots! Jay sits down with Vanessa Speight, a professor of Integrated Water Systems at the University of Sheffield, to learn how new, spider-like robots have the potential to locate and fix leaks in aging water pipes.


  • Anita Lahey. Defeat - I submit to winter’s / half-melt shame and kneel / before summer’s trumped-up / flames. by Anita Lahey


  • An illustration of a woman's shadow casting over a framed photograph of a young woman wearing Mughal-era clothing, bangles, rings, and jasmine flowers The Photograph, 1889 - She looked up at the wall, and the young woman with dramatic eyebrows gazed back at her from the frame by Nazneen Sheikh