Wednesday, August 6, 2014 | Categories: Episodes
BC tailings pond
A tailings pond breach near Likely, British Columbia leaves hundreds of residents and businesses without water -- and has some fearing it may constitute a massive environmental disaster.
A New York tech firm decides on full transparency when it comes to salaries -- and its CEO explains the desired outcome from revealing everyone's income.
The European Space Agency's Rosetta satellite has managed to hook up with Comet 67-P -- and now its journey really begins.
Alison Redford resigns her seat as a Calgary MLA four months after stepping down as premier, but the spending controversies continue to plague her and her party.
The mayor of Clyde River, Nunavut, tells us about the rare experience of hunting a bowhead whale -- and what he and his community plans to do with the result.