Thursday, June 9, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
How they spent on their summit vacation. An Auditor-General's report finds that, when it came to G8 and G20 spending, the government did a lousy job of following its own policies.
Grief and disbelief. Residents of Iqaluit are in shock and mourning after a man apparently kills his daughters, his wife, and himself.
Getting inmates out. California has a serious problem with overcrowded prisons -- and now it's issued a plan to make some room.
She took a stand by sitting. We'll pay tribute to Clara Luper, whose sit-in at an Oklahoma drug store made her a civil-rights hero.
Dreadful sorry, Clementine. For nearly half a century, one man forged works by folk artist Clementine Hunter -- but now, he's painted himself into a corner.
And...the homely stretch. The gross misconduct of the super-gross male toadfish -- which outdoes itself to issue grunts that prevent its buddies from hooking up.
As It Happens, the Thursday edition. Radio that's there when jealousy rears its extremely ugly head.