Thursday, June 23, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
A river runs through it -- and then over it. Flooding forces ten thousand residents of Minot, North Dakota, from their homes.
She couldn't believe her ice. How a California woman went for a run, plunged through a thawing ice bridge -- and survived.
The tie that binds. Canada's under-seventeen soccer team plays to a draw against England -- and makes history in the process.
A school expels its name. A Mik'maq elder wins a twenty-five year battle to change the name of Halifax's Cornwallis Junior High.
Afghanistan then and now. With Canada's mission about to end, we'll take you back to its beginning.
And...camel in the wind. When we come across a peculiar phrase about a camel's nose and a tent, we seek an explanation from you.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that can't seem to get over the hump.[an error occurred while processing this directive]