Friday, October 7, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
Old school dropout. A former NHL enforcer goes toe-to-toe with Don Cherry's assertion that hockey fights are just part of the game.
Arab Spring, meet Canadian fall. Canada's Tunisian community reacts as Ottawa moves to block people from voting in that country's big election.
The Women of change. This year's Nobel Peace Prize goes to three prominent female political figures, including Africa's only female head-of-state, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
Off the map. A thirteen year old Labrador girl who was missing for a week, has been found on an isolated island in the Labrador Sea.
They're still having trouble putting their finger on it. An American government panel finds that the PSA blood test for prostate cancer may do more harm than good.
And...We're beginning to crack under all the pressure. All week we've been debating the best way to cook the perfect egg. Tonight, that debate boils over.
As It Happens, the Friday Edition...Radio that forces us out of our shell.[an error occurred while processing this directive]