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February 26, 2016 Episode #1522

Faith at the Movies

It's Oscars season. Grab your popcorn as we take a close look at how faith and film intersect on the big screen. 
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February 19, 2016 Episode #1521

Refugee Reality Check

Children in hotels, refugees in Canada asking to return to Jordan—has the Trudeau government bitten off more than it can chew? Is it time for a refugee reality check?
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February 12, 2016 Episode #1520

Love and Destruction

Sex, Money and Conflict. Just in time for Valentines day, we take on the many challenges to love. 
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January 29, 2016 Episode #1519

A Christian Response to Terror

A Christian response to terrorism. Will it be fear or faith?
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December 18, 2015 Episode #1512


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. We'll be exploring how different cultures around the globe celebrate Christmas and the sacred meaning of the season. Also - Juno Nominated Artist, Jully Black is on the show to bring us some... see more
December 4, 2015 Episode #1510

P.M.'s Priorities

He's trending in Amsterdam, Paris, and Washington, D.C. And he's Canada's new Prime Minister. So what are the P.M.'s priorities for Canada -- and for you? Hear from Green Party leader, Elizabeth May and veteran Liberal MP John McKay. 
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November 27, 2015 Episode #1509

Refugees: Welcome or Not?

We are witnessing the largest refugee crisis since World War II. How wide should Canada open its doors? 
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November 20, 2015 Episode #1508

Climate Change

The debate over climate change is heating up. And it's all about you—or is it? We sit down with filmmaker Avi Lewis to discuss his latest film, This Changes Everything. We also sit down with climate scientist Katherine Hayhoe to... see more
November 13, 2015 Episode #1507


No one can love us, or wound us, quite like our family. We talk to Carine McCandless, sister of Chris McCandless who's journey into the Alaskan wilderness captured a nation. She shared the true family dynamic behind this captivating story.... see more
November 6, 2015 Episode #1506

Remembrance Day

We honour the brave men and women who sacrificed their life for our freedom and remember those who serve in Canada's military.  
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October 30, 2015 Episode #1505


Racism in Canada—Context investigates key events of national interest here and abroad. We ask the question, is racial healing possible? 
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October 23, 2015 Episode #1504

Francis Fever

He has 7.5 million Twitter followers. He leads a church of 1.2 billion Christians. When Pope Francis visited the U.S., Context went on location. Our correspondent Molly Thomas was in New York to take a closer look at the Pope's impact... see more

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