The Current for March 29, 2017
From a million-dollar, solid-gold Canadian coin stolen from a Berlin museum, to the case for making sure Inuktitut is taught in Nunavut schools, to more Canadian schools getting rid of letter grades ... This is The Current with Kelly Crowe.
Youth pass to travel across Canada yours for only $150 — once Via Rail fixes website glitch
Via Rail has announced a special youth rail pass for just $150 that will allow those between the ages of 12 and 25 to travel on all routes, as much as they want for the month of July. But the passes are now "temporarily suspended."
Blueberry blues: bumper crops hurt Nova Scotia industry
Three good growing seasons have flooded the market with product and forced prices down, according to the Wild Blueberry Producers Association of Nova Scotia.
Wristbands supporting charged officer shouldn't be worn on duty, police chief says
Senator Murray Sinclair responds to Lynn Beyak's defence of residential schools
Straight Outta Compton, Vin Scully's call to be preserved by Library of Congress
Ford Canada CEO to make announcement at Essex Engine Plant
How did thieves steal gigantic $1M Canadian gold coin from Berlin museum?
Kaetlyn Osmond, Gabrielle Daleman in podium position at figure skating worlds
Whitehorse man admits to killing Christopher Brisson, suggests lesser plea
Top general to release report on suicide, sexual misconduct at Royal Military College
'It was a special place': Wine-Ohs to close in downtown Calgary
Justin Trudeau touts federal child-care plan in Winnipeg
How to tune in to Canada Reads
Quebec's budget: a responsible piece of fiscal planning, or a myopic disaster?
Community says goodbye to hockey rink with poetry, 360-degree rap video
Live event is over
Minor tax relief, more cash for health and education in Quebec's 2017 budget
REPLAY: Canada Reads, Day Three
'United we stand': Police wear wristbands to support officer charged in man's death
Why life is tough on both cyclists and drivers
Alberta social workers consider network for co-ordinated disaster response
Free stew for students, some assembly required
Nova Scotia food exports grow, but so do concerns over Trump trade threats