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The Secret Life of Canada
The Secret Life of Canada is a history podcast about the country you know and the stories you don't.
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4.6 stars from 469 ratings
Required for Canadians
This great content should be taught in schools, we should teach kids our real history
lazyronin via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/17/19
I enjoy learning about the topics they talk about but the hosts need coaching on their “acting”. Season 1 was definitely better than season 2. Now they just hate on a lot of people and sound angry and mean and their acting seems to be getting worse. One host will say something that prompts the...Read full review »
CanadianGirl1867 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/14/19
The Real Canada
As an American who has always been fascinated by Canada, I love these stories of the actual history and issues in the country rather than the ridiculous ‘facts’ I learned in school. It is also weirdly comforting to find out that the US isn’t the only country that effed up its treatment of people...Read full review »
Kristian in ATX via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/13/19
Recent Episodes
As Nunavut marks 20 years as a territory, Leah and Falen shout out mother, grandmother, educator, knowledge keeper and award winning artist Atuat Akittirq.
Published 07/09/19
What is the Indian Act and do we still need it? Today the Secret Life team looks at the roots of this complicated policy, which after 143 years is still embedded in Canadian identity, from the policy that led to the Act and how it still impacts Indigenous identities today.
Published 06/25/19
As Pride celebrations kick off across the country, Leah and Falen shout out the Gay Asians of Toronto (GAT). Formed in 1979, this organization is thought to be the first LGBT group for non-white queer people in Canada.
Published 06/04/19
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