Thursday, May 5, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
Successor to failure. The man who took over from disgraced Bishop Raymond Lahey tells us what the church is doing to win back the trust of Nova Scotia Catholics.
Long circuit. After being deported, a Mexican teenager undertakes a daring escape through three countries to return to Canada.
Back to the waterboard. New evidence that torture played a role in locating Osama bin Laden creates headaches for the Obama Administration.
No "X"? Why? Elections Canada admits people have complained because they weren't able to cast a ballot -- and we'll talk to one of those people.
The hole may be worse than the sum of its parts. The mayor of an Ontario town explains his objections to the mega-quarry planned for his community.
And...is this a transfer which I see before me? The subway's the thing wherein you'll catch two guys performing Shakespeare before a befuddled crowd of New York commuters.
As It Happens, the Thursday edition. Radio that boards trains, and is trained in the bard.