The Hook-Up App Interface!

June 7, 2017
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Sebastien is joined by Jake, and Robin an expert in human interaction with software. The three of them, discussing user interface design talk about how the design of hook-up apps has affected app use.

Episode 21: Marriage in Taiwan and the Conservative Party Leadership

May 29, 2017
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Program Title: Episode 21: Taiwan Gay Marriage and the Conservative Party
Description: What another great week for news! Luke, Seb and Jake take a dive into some of the biggest news stories of the week, including the recent Supreme Court decision in Taiwan to allow for same sex marriage. They round out the episode discussing the Conservative Party Leadership win by Andrew Sheer

Episode 20: May News

May 23, 2017
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Luke and Sebastien take a look at the biggest LGBT news in Canada from the couple of weeks, before moving on to take a look at the newest 'studies' around sexuality.

Shorter Eurovision Episode

May 17, 2017
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The Slightly Shorter Version for On-Air

Eurovision in 2017!

May 17, 2017
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CanQueer's Seb and Luke give you a commentary on Eurovision!

Trans Rights at the Senate

May 16, 2017
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Bill C16 is creeping through the Senate! 
This show highlights some of the biggest arguments. 

Episode 17: Beer Ads, Russia and Bukake

May 3, 2017
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In a news based show that discusses a range of topics from Chechnya, to a beer add, and more

Ever wondered what Bukake actually means? We spill the beans, and have a conversation about what's the biggest news out of Chechnya, Vancouver, South East Asia and share our thoughts on the latest add tackling the trans debate.

Interview with Joanne Law

April 26, 2017
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This was our recent interview with the incredible Joanne Law! 

Episode 16: Crisis Lines

April 26, 2017
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Episode 16: Crisis Lines

Description: With 13 Reasons Why taking heat for not including links to crisis lines the Can Queer team decides to explore the topic. Joined by former co-host Heather, they discuss the impact of crisis lines. There's also an interview with Joanne Law who set up one of the first Trans Crisis Lines in the 80's and Brianna from the Ottawa Distress Center talking about crisis lines today.

Episode 15: Chechnya and the alleged concentration camps

April 17, 2017
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Program Title: Episode 15: Chechnya's Concentration Camp
Description: Luke and Sebastien look into a number of sources to try to establish what is already known about the alleged concentration camps in Chechnya.