Friday, November 5, 2010 | Categories: Episodes |
Detention mounts -- while detention centres fall apart. Overcrowding, collapsing infrastructure, and lack of mental-health resources are among the problems cited by Canada's prison ombudsman.
Good night, nurse. Thirteen medical professionals in Newfoundland and Labrador submit their resignations, fed up with too much work and not enough support.
Port in a storm. Hurricane Tomas is the latest disaster visited upon Haiti -- where more than a million people are still without permanent homes.
Pressed into surveys. If you think it's hard to keep track of your colleagues' coffee orders, imagine conducting the census in China.
Shortly, Farley. My conversation with a man who is simultaneously the enfant terrible and eminence grise of Canadian literature: Farley Mowat.
And...apple pie disorder. A magazine reprints a food writer's article about the all-American dessert without permission -- and then refuses to eat its words about her words.
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that airs a tart response to a tart response.[an error occurred while processing this directive]