Wednesday, September 28, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Conduit? Shouldn't do it. A Nebraska state senator speaks out against the Keystone XL pipeline.
A Mountie dismount. The federal government tells B.C. to sign a contract with the RCMP -- or the RCMP will leave the province.
In loving memory of a memorial. A vice-president of Mount Allison University explains why its war memorial will be replaced by a performing arts centre.
Grounds for suspension. Teachers strike at more than a hundred Mexican schools, demanding protection from violent drug cartels.
They thought they would weed out crime. But according to a new study, crime went up after Los Angeles closed hundreds of medical marijuana dispensaries.
And...his bark was better than its bite. An Alberta mountain guide sets up an impromptu branch office, after he's chased up a tree by a bear.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that appreciates a story with a grizzly beginning -- rather than a grisly end.