Tuesday, May 31, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Pros -- no cons. After fifteen years, Winnipeg is unreservedly giddy at the official return of a professional NHL team.
Form follows function -- and dysfunction follows reform. A Liberal senator provides her two cents on the government's plans to renovate the Red Chamber.
Mission...accomplished? During a visit to Kandahar, Prime Minister Harper announces that Afghanistan no longer poses a threat to the world.
A modest proposal. Facing serious budget cuts, an education official in Michigan suggests his school be turned into a prison.
Peanut buffer. An experimental patch may help allergy sufferers with the gloom and doom of the looming legume.
And...a thoroughly unfair thoroughfare. A British street that allows cars to go one way for half the day and the other way for the other half generates millions in traffic fines.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that knows sometimes an extremely difficult street will put you on Easy Street.