Tuesday, September 28, 2010 | Categories: Episodes |
The newest concession to the oldest profession. An Ontario judge strikes a blow to Canada's prostitution laws -- saying they put sex workers in jeopardy.
One country's trash is the TV community's treasure. Canadian university students produce a documentary about e-waste in Ghana -- and win an Emmy for it.
Graham cracker. New Brunswick's soon-to-be premier, PC Leader David Alward, tells us why his party steamrolled the Liberals -- and their leader Shawn Graham.
He writes of passage. A feature interview with author Doug Saunders, whose new book is about unprecedented global migration -- and its effect on cities.
We don't have a steg to land on. That is, if dinosaur-naming sticklers get their way -- and the "stegosaurus" ends up with a whole new name.
And...the writing is on the walruses. Thousands of the bulky marine mammals are crowding the beaches of Alaska, after global warming melts their ice floes.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that exposes the negative side of multi-tusking.[an error occurred while processing this directive]