Friday, October 29, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
Taking a proprietor-y interest. Toronto storeowner David Chen became a national story when he was arrested for apprehending a shoplifter -- and today, that story is over.
A worst-case scenario with no best-before date. Over the Catholic Church's protestations, the Supreme Court rules the statute of limitations doesn't apply to a Quebec woman's abuse case.
After division, an agreement to divide. The countries at the U.N. Convention on Biological Diversity agree on a plan for sharing proceeds with indigenous people.
Hoping they'll play their cards right. With the goal of reducing emissions, a South Pacific island issues "carbon cards" to its residents.
Does that include the rare first draft called "A Tale of Nineteen Cities"? A barely-seen collection of Charles Dickens memorabilia will become available to the public.
And...somewhere, a Sherpa is crying. Forget listening to the wind whistling past the summit: a Nepalese company announces that you can now get cellphone service on Mount Everest.
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that's not keen on social climbing.