Monday: Washington mudslide, NATO: Russia on border, Prism Prize winner, and more...


Some of her neighbours are dead; more are still missing. But Robin Youngblood survived the massive mudslide in Washington State -- and she'll tell us what happened...Russian troops have assembled at the border with Ukraine, prompting concerns that Vladimir Putin's manifest destiny is not yet fulfilled...and Toronto director Emily Kai Bock wins the Prism Prize for best Canadian video -- and she explains how she came to work with Arcade Fire.

Part One

Washington mudslide
Saturday's mudslide in Washington state wiped out dozens of homes, and killed at least eight people -- though many more are still missing. Robin Youngblood survived, but her home didn't. She describes the scene and her escape.

NATO: Russia on border
Russian troops are gathering near the border with Ukraine, and there's speculation that Vladimir Putin has further military plans. Plans that NATO has announced it will try to stop by deploying its own troops.

Western University mystery code
At Western University, pages covered in mysterious symbols keep turning up in library books -- and cryptographers are scrambling to decipher them.

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Part Two

Quebec voting
The Parti Quebecois raises the alarm -- and hackles -- when it says it's "extremely worried" about non-Quebeckers voting in the provincial election.

Prism Prize winner: Emily Kai Bock
Toronto director Emily Kai Bock wins an award for the best Canadian video of the past year -- and she tells us about how she married her vision to an Arcade Fire song.

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Part Three

Fair Elections Act: Globe and Mail editorials
The Globe and Mail has devoted six editorials to criticizing the proposed Fair Elections Act -- despite Pierre Poilievre's spirited defense -- so we'll find out what provoked the paper's determined denunciation.

Winnipeg frozen pet store
Winnipeg has been plagued by frozen pipes this winter -- and although the water's running again at a pet shop in the city, it may be too late for its residents.

IBM Watson: cancer
From Jeopardy! to treating glioblastoma? IBM's "Watson" supercomputer tackles the treatment of an aggressive form of brain cancer.

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