Episode 46: Today I Learned

December 13, 2017
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Luke and Sebastien cover some of the biggest news of the week
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Picking up the story of missing people in the village in Toronto, Luke expresses the community frustration with Toronto Police, and the concerns raised. Luke and Sebastien also discuss a couple 'studies' which emerged over the past two weeks.

Episode 45: We Are Sorry

December 7, 2017
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The CanQueer team react to Trudeau's Apology to the LGBT Community

Episode 43 Queer Culture

November 15, 2017
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Sebastien and Luke head over to the Inside Out Film Festival to see how the community can step up their game in supporting queer culture and the arts. They interview the Executive Director of Inside out Andria Wilson, as well as the screen writer and star of Signature Move Fawzia Mirza. This show also features a book review of Were the World Like the Movies by Raziel Ried.

Episode 42 #MeToo

November 8, 2017
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The CanQueer team are joined by Vesna to discuss #MeToo and how it's become shrouded in the cult of celebrity. We also have an interview with Matt Schaff of the Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women to discuss what men can do to step up.

Episode 39: Alternative Genders in Anime

October 31, 2017
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Jake and Sebastien consider different depictions of gender presentation through the lens of some of their favourite weird anime and manga.

The Importance of Little Richard

October 31, 2017
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Little Richard was more than an important musician; he was an important musician who inspired important musicians. In this solo episode, Sebastien looks at the man himself and the other gay men who were inspired into greatness, shaping the history of Rock and Roll.

Episode 41: Tajikistan

October 31, 2017
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CanQueer tackles rising homophobic violence across the world, especially in Tajikistan. CanQueer also introduces their Literary Lesbian in a new segment with a review of Lost Boi

Episode 37: Drag Culture

September 28, 2017
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Luke and Sebastien discuss whether or not Canada's drag culture is under threat from Ru Paul's Drag Race. They also discuss Bill 895 in Quebec to allow Trans migrants to change their gender identity on provincial documents.

Queer Tech!

September 20, 2017
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Unfortunately tech companies aren't as diverse as they should be, and Queer Tech Montreal is working to combat that through advocacy, and awareness raising both within the tech industry and the community.

Episode 35: 31 Chechens

September 6, 2017
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It recently emerged that Canada has brought in 31 gay men fleeing Chechnya with the help of Rainbow Railroad. We discuss this big news before moving on to discuss some of the impact that's been felt by the Australian referendum on equal marriage.