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.
Death on the Ice
In 1914, 251 Newfoundland sealers would die on the ice! For generations, Newfoundlanders were forced to live under a brutal system of credit and debt at the hands of the merchants. Education is freedom, and the merchants understood that and withheld it.
Winnie the Pooh and Canada at the Western Front
How can the world's most beloved bear be created out of the hell of war?
Would You Die? The Louis Riel Story - Pt. 2
After 14 years in exile, Louis Riel is once against asked to engage the Canadian machine on behalf of his people. This time, he is joined by a man forged from the land they are defending - Gabriel Dumont. Riel comes North with a new divine calling that may cost him everything.
Would You Die? The Louis Riel Story - Pt. 1
In 1869, Louis is faced with the task of leading his people in the face of hunger. Canadians pushing into a land they just purchased. It all comes to a head with the killing of an Orangeman.
What the Hell Happened to Zellers?!
For 90 years, Zellers reigned as the king of retail in Canada... until it didn't! Learn the history of the death of Zellers. Canadian business is always looking over its shoulder at the American giants.
Into the Arctic: Pt. 3 - The Final Chapter
Good leadership is hard to come by. Was Franklin the leader he was made out to be? A true leader emerges but is discredited by England's Author of the Day!