Wednesday, November 30, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
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.
KYOTO: SOUTH AFRICA HIGH COMMISSIONER. Climate change and the cold shoulder in South Africa. Canada feels the heat from South African Commissioner to Canada who feels the country should be doing more to build international consensus on greenhouse gas emmissions.
PIKANGIKUM UPDATE: RICKFORD Promises, promises. We try to find out what happened to the forty-six million in federal funding promised to the Pikangikum First Nation four years ago - money the community says it has yet to receive.
US HORSE MEAT. Congressman Jack Kingston, a Republican from Georgia, explains why he supports a new law that makes horse slaughter plants legal again in the U.S. -- a change that could have a big impact on the processing industry here in Canada.
MANITOBA BABY DIES A preventable death. The parents of a two-month-old girl who died after seeking proper medical care in her northern Manitoba community say their baby could -- and should -- be alive today.
OBIT: MEXICO PEACE ACTIVIST. He fought for peace, and now he's gone. A Mexican anti-crime activist is himself gunned down. Coming up, Carol's interview with his friend and co-activist, Emilio Álvarez.
IRAN EMBASSY UPDATE. Taking a hard line with the hardliners. Britian moves to isolate Iran even further, expelling Tehran's diplomats from UK soil and rallying its own allies to ratchet up sanctions.