A provocative, Indigenous-driven, current-affairs podcast


Hosted by Karyn Pugliese

Co-production with Canada’s National Observer

Karyn Pugliese hosts Canadalandback, a co-production with Canada’s National Observer. Karyn’s producer is Kim Wheeler, veteran audio journalist and co-host of Auntie-Up!, the podcast “where Indigenous women talk about important shit”. Together, they explore three generations of resistance. From Idle No More to Reconciliation to Land Back, from the police killing of Dudley George to the lobster wars of Nova Scotia, Karyn brings listeners into the homes and history of the Indigenous struggle. Telling stories through documentary reports, interviews, and panel conversations, Canadalandback unpacks the divide within Indigenous communities and explains why today’s youth will be the last generation Canada can negotiate with.

The executive editor of Canada’s National Observer, Karyn was previously the executive director of news at APTN and managing editor of investigations at the CBC.

Coming in October, 2022

Podcast artwork for Canadalandback by Jessie Boulard

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#772 Landback, Then What?

Is it Indigenous stewardship ownership or is it becoming just another holographic bumper sticker? What does landback mean to you, and to your nations and homelands? And is there room for settlers in this movement? This is the first episode of a new 6-episode podcast called Canadalandback!  In it, we talk about what landback means, we host our first roundtable discussion and take you inside a land-based education program. 
April 18, 2022
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