Friday, December 2, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
A cruel kind of freedom. An Afgan woman who was imprisoned after being raped is being released but may be forced to marry her rapist.
The blame game. The crisis in Attawapiskat isn't just about housing, some observers are suggesting it's a crisis in leadership.
Off the map. Former ontario cabinet minister Alan Pope argues that remote First Nations communities facing hard times, may be better off somewhere else.
The Italian Job. A Canadian business professor learns he's been mistakenly appointed Italy's new Junior Minister of Agriculture.
A farewell to Mr. Dennis. The publisher of one of Canada's last remaining independent newspapers, Graham Dennis, dies in Halifax at the age of eighty-four
And...The billy club. For the twenty-eighth time in the past forty-five years, the town of Gavle, Sweden, sees its giant straw Christmas goat go up in flames
As It Happens, the Friday edition...Radio that assumes this is the work of a cereal arsonist.