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THE SUNDAY EDITION
The little-told history of Canadians as slave owners, not just slave rescuers
Walking Eagle News: Satirical news with an Indigenous twist
Out of the Broom Closet: Why witchcraft is so popular today
Eulogy for Sears
'I've decided to stop eating': After her rent is paid this woman is left to live on $130
Michael's Essay — Contaminated water on First Nations reserves is a national shame
Friday, Dec. 8, 2017: Steve Cropper, Bambadjan Bamba and more
As It Happens: Friday Edition
Brett Kissel knows all the good swears
"I feel my life just drifting away"
With all the concern about opioids and marijuana are we forgetting the dangers of alcohol?
The Current for December 08, 2017 - The Current
Episode 367: Alabama newspapers vs. Roy Moore, Russia Olympics ban, Indigenous satire, holiday books and more
Ambition & Online Reviews
The enduring power of Albert Camus' L'Étranger
The food episode
Get a pep talk from Now or Never live!
See Ya, 2017
Undeniable climate change podcasts
U.S. military invests in genetic extinction tech, Yeti explained and incredible scientific potential of story
Centennial to Canada 150
375: Your apps are watching you, sugarcane jet fuel and more
Why Victoria, B.C. is the witch capital of Canada
Weed reviews, hypnosis and medicine, and Gord Downie needs to step out of the Indigenous spotlight
Can Ottawa and the provinces agree on how to tax pot?
Wedding tax credit, hit new board game, inspirational quote factory
Why Jan Wong travelled to France, Italy and China to eat with strangers
The Sunday Edition — December 10, 2017
Reclaiming space through cooking, tattoos and satire
Wounded Healers: How peer support workers help patients in crisis
Abdulrazak Gurnah explores the pain of dislocation, from Zanzibar to England