The Monday Edition

Just a few of the highlights from the latest show. For a more detailed rundown, click on "Read More" at the bottom of this entry. Or consult the box marked "Latest Audio" at the right-hand side of the webpage.
HOCKEY DEATH. Hockey heartbreak. A minor hockey player in Edmonton loses his life blocking a shot. Now his coach is left to try to help the other players through it.
AFGHAN INTERPRETER. A Canadian soldier speaks out in support of his former interpreter in Afghanistan -- who has been denied a visa to Canada.

MEXICO HELICOPTER. Mexico is mourning a man who was at the very top of federal politics -- President Felipe Calderon's right-hand man. And with the helicopter crash, the country is also experiencing an eerie sense of déjà-vu.
FTR: WEDDING ON FIRE! A fire in their hearts -- and their wedding reception hall. A newlywed couple from Nova Scotia explains why they decided not to let a small inferno spoil their big day.

WINNIPEG MURDER RATE. Criminologist Rick Linden helped the province of Manitoba tackle its car theft problem. Now, he believes the same principles can be used to fight violent crime.
EGYPT FERTILIZER PROTEST. Chemical reaction. The Egyptian military fires on civilians protesting the expansion of a fertilizer factory in the Egyptian city of Damietta.
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