Thursday, December 2, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
Ally oops. A Canadian envoy to Afghanistan speaks frankly about the American relationship with President Karzai -- and then offers to resign when that frank assessment is leaked.
Manic repression. An Ontario lawyer says that police were targeting would-be protesters well before the G-20 Summit even happened in Toronto.
We regret to inform you that we won't inform you. Canada's military ombudsman excoriates our military for withholding information from the families of fallen soldiers.
A series of successful cash-ectomies. Quebec doctors are being bribed for procedures -- and one patient tells us why she paid up front to save her back.
The seat of emotions. Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo won't be there to receive his Nobel Peace Prize -- but his empty chair will tell his story.
And...putting the "pillars of the community" in "caterpillars of the community". A Maryland town relies on the markings on fuzzy larvae to determine what kind of a winter it's going to have.
As It Happens, the Thursday edition. Radio that urges those caterpillars to have themselves a merry little chrysalis.