The Current for March 21, 2018
From a New Brunswick woman who says she was left stranded 200 km from home after being released from police custody; to the CBC's Connie Walker on the 1960s Adopt Indian and Metis program in Saskatchewan; to a searing look inside Syria from a journalist who has been there since the civil war erupted seven years ago ... This is The Current.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018: Steven Page, Charley Pride and more
Today on q: Steven Page formerly of Barenaked Ladies, q book contributor Jael Richardson, curator Julie Crooks and artist Bushra Junaid, country music singer Charley Pride.
The CBC Books spring reading list: 12 books you should read this season
Spring is here! Check out these must-read books to celebrate the official end of winter.
The ROM's Here We Are Here exhibit challenges narrow ideas of blackness in Canada
Curator Julie Crooks and artist Bushra Junaid talk about the exhibit, which is shining a new light on Canada's storied relationship with its black population.
Calgary council votes to set up Olympic bid corporation — if province and feds help pay for it
Watch the Canada Reads 2018 book trailers
CBC Music Presents JUNOfest Classical Showcase
Easter magic awaits kids in women's shelters thanks to toy drive
Alberta's budget: 5 things the business sector is seeking
Canada Reads panellist Jeanne Beker and Forgiveness author Mark Sakamoto get to know each other
Heavy police presence at Goyeau and Wyandotte streets
Fog affecting highway visibility around much of south Sask.
Juno Awards 2018 nominee Charlie Demers on why Luther Blissett's novel Q is worth rereading
1 person dead in Colpitts Settlement house fire
COMING UP LIVE
Niece drives 18 hours on winter road to share her aunt's story at MMIWG national inquiry
Winter continues to hang on as another snowy blast heads to Maritimes
'I felt like an afterthought': How this woman aims to change the childbirth experience in Ontario hospitals
Power mostly restored after pole fire left 18,400 Winnipeggers powerless
'We are celebrating today, ladies!': Kate decides to start her own business
1 month later police, volunteers vow to keep searching for body of Kaden Young
Mickey Mouse display earns Canadian balloon twisting team 5 world awards
ISIS claims responsibility for Kabul suicide bombing that kills 29
Sheep cheese business wins $10K Acadian entrepreneur prize
Seattle man not entirely sure why he took photos with all 346 blue mailboxes in the city
As It Happens