Tuesday, April 15, 2014 | Categories: Episodes
Fair Elections Act: Frum
Conservative Senator Linda Frum rhymes off her reasons for believing Canada's Chief Electoral Officer is dividing his loyalties when he tries to get more of us to vote.
Ukraine's security forces launch operations in the east of the country to counter pro-Russian groups that have occupied government buildings for days.
T. Rex Bones Moved
The nearly complete skeleton of a T. Rex has made it from Montana to Washington
Syria Feature: Canadian Family
This week, we're taking a closer look at what is now the largest refugee crisis in the world.
Tape: Lakeland Decision
The Crown in BC has announced it will not lay charges in the explosion that killed two Lakeland sawmill workers in 2012,
17th Century poetry buff Levi Stahl may have uncovered the first ever emoticon in a 1648 poem by Robert Herrick.
A team of lawyers argues the BC government's approval of a law school at a Christian university is unconstitutional, because it discriminates against gays and lesbians.
In Valparaiso, Chile, at least 15 are dead and twenty-five hundred homes destroyed as fires ravage the hilllside of one of South America's oldest ports.
Alaska NewspaperA newsblog reverses trend by getting into the business of newspapers and purchasing the Anchorage Daily news.