On this week’s show we are joined by members of Vass’ uber-talented basketball team, the Good Deed Sheeds!
The Fall by Industrial Estate
Desire by Dilly Dally
Coo Coo by Weaves
On this week’s show Allison and Vass talk to Jo Flatt about the prospect of Toronto changing the rules around laneway housing. Snazzy new rental stock anybody?
Then, we talk to journalist Navneet Alang about the world’s newfound Fake News problem.
Lastly, we interview legendary Toronto activist Ceta Ramkhalawansingh about the role and impact of female city-builders.
Vass is reading Swing Time by Zadie Smith.
Allison is reading Bluets by Maggie Nelson.
Sad Song by How to Dress Well
Happy by Mitski
Since K Got Over Me by The Clientel
On this special CIUT FUNDRAISING episode, Allison and Vass discuss their sadness over Hillary’s loss and how to move forward in this terrible world. Also, *Insert Epic Marie Heinen Rant Here.*
Then, we talk to journalist Sarah Reid about Ontario’s climate change plan and whether Donald Trump and his climate change denying pals can throw it off.
Lastly, we interview Noah Zon about Ontario’s basic income pilot and why there are some policies that leave us feeling optimistic.
Vass is reading Dark Age Ahead by Jane Jacobs.
Allison is reading What is a Witch by Pam Grossman.
Heavy Hands by Cold Specks
NIV by Lambchop
That’s No Way To Say Goodbye by Leonard Cohen
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We finally break the number one rule of BUNZ and talk about BUNZ. Bloomberg business reporter Gerrit De Vynck joins us to talk about the growth of Toronto’s biggest trading community and where it’s going next.
Then, we talk to CBC’s Pat Kelly about his new book This Is That’s Travel Guide to Canada - a satirical guidebook for the country that loves poutine, hockey and geo-blocking.
Lastly, we talk to political gurus Chris Copperwaithe and Karim Bardeesy about open-source democracy building and the brooding U.S. election.
Vass is reading an advance copy of Shawn Micallef’s Frontier City: Toronto on the Verge of Greatness.
Allison is reading The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin by Masha Gessen.
Don’t Dream It’s Over by Flock of Dimes feat. Sylvan Esso
No Matter Where We Go by Whitney
This is Love by Weyes Blood
On this special WITCHY episode, Allison and Vass talk to professor Dr. Kim Stratton about the history of witching as a way to subvert authority.
Then, we talk to friend-of-show Emily Keeler about the Tumblr Witch and why Internet Feminists are getting into potions.
Lastly, we interview musician Witch Prophet, founder of the collective 88 Days of Fortune, about past lives, the most spiritual place in Toronto and her AGO First Thursday’s gig.
Vass is reading Redesigning Work: A Blueprint for Canada's Future Well-being and Prosperity by Graham Lowe and Frank Graves.
Allison is reading We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson.
Season of the Witch by Donovan
I’d Rather Be Burned as a Witch by Eartha Kitt
Architect of Heartbreak by Witch Prophet