Tuesday, April 19, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
There's a catch -- but it's not the one they want. Gulf Coast fishermen want a piece of a fund set up by BP -- but many are told they can't have one.
First Nations, last priority. Why Aboriginal issues seem to be nowhere in this election campaign -- and how Aboriginal communities are responding.
Far from healthy far from home. A new report finds that migrant workers in Canada are pushed to the brink -- and their health suffers as a result.
Hope after hopelessness. Seven years after a Canadian journalist disappeared in Ivory Coast, his family is told they may still learn his fate.
Idiom savant. A linguistic anthropologist is racing against time to preserve a Mexican language that's on the verge of extinction.
And...they didn't have much to sing about. But sing they did -- and now, the songs of miners and steelworkers in nineteen-twenties Nova Scotia are being recreated for posterity.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that experiences labour paeans.[an error occurred while processing this directive]