The Sunday Supper Podcast is Canadian history told by a meathead with shin tattoos on pre-workout. The Supper is focused on telling Canadian stories with guests and history episodes. Canadian history is complex, it’s horrific, and it's beautiful. We are a nation not descended from weak men and women. That Canadian "rise and grind" pushes us into the fray - or at least it used to.
Into the Arctic: Pt. 2 - The Man Who Ate His Boots
In 1819, John Franklin led 22 men on a journey that would claim 11 of their lives. The North would pay him back in 1845 - taking his life.
Into the Arctic: Pt. 1
What was the fate of the Vikings in the Arctic? Death laid around every corner. The Vikings would be the first Europeans into the North, but they would not be the last...
Let's Talk About Confederation
With a hungry American wolf to the South, and an apathetic Crown across the sea, Canada set out to try to define itself. Confederation - like all Canadian history - is complex at its core. This land has 2 very unique perspectives and history. Regardless of the narrative in 2021, the world is a better place with Canada in it.
Big Forge Blacksmithing
Big Forge Blacksmithing is out of Northern Ontario. Self-taught blacksmith, David Pinn, joined The Supper to talk about his journey in blacksmithing. From almost burning down his uncle's house to making amazing blades.
Friggen Canada Pt. 2
Canada invented what?! Tractors, bras, the lightbulb, the telephone, bloody peanut butter! You're welcome, world.
Interned By Your Own Country
Japanese-Canadian internment: One of Canada's darkest moments. What happens when your government has absolute power? Your life changes forever - regardless of the citizenship you hold. We explore what happens when fear dictates policy. The Canadian government would intern 22,000 Japanese-Canadians - seizing their property and selling off all they had!