Wednesday, June 15, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
So much for esprit de corps. Corporal Ryan Elrick lost his legs in Afghanistan, and then his job with the Canadian Forces -- and now, he's suing.
They can't cross that bridge when they come to it. Montrealers awaken to find that their notoriously awful traffic is about to get awfuller.
Grain check. While the price of wheat skyrockets, Manitoba farmers can only stare helplessly at their flooded land.
Getting carried away with not getting carried away. A group of plastic-bag makers sue a canvas-bag maker for damaging their business.
Facing the pokey for getting poke-y. A British juror gets no "Likes" from the justice system, after she contacts the defendant on Facebook.
And...chirpers by the dozen. While others were using social media, a mob of excited birders gathered at an Ontario nuclear plant -- where our guest was tweeting to a rare ptarmigan.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that isn't sure you can say this in a hundred-and-forty characters: