Wednesday, November 21, 2012 | Categories: Episodes
*West Bank Voice. As all eyes focus on the the ceasefire between Israel and Gaza, we get the West Bank view from a Palestinian human rights activist in Ramallah.
*Mega Quarry Dead. A potato-roots protest won: the company behind the proposed Ontario mega-quarry withdraws its application.
*London Mayor Charged. The RCMP has charged Joe Fontana with forgery and breach of trust. We talk to a city councillor who says it's time for Mr. Fontana to go
*Vandalized Petrographs. Thieves steal and vandalize ancient stone carvings that survived more than three thousand years on a California cliffside.
*Pakistan Blasphemy Dropped. The lawyer for Rimsha Masih, the Pakistani teenager falsely accused of blasphemy, says her life is still in danger, even though the charges against her have now been dropped.
*BC Chinese Workers. Unions representing British Columbia miners say their workers are being left out in place of temporary workers from China.