Sunday EditionHow much medical is in medical marijuana? - an hour-long special reportMar 27, 2015 | 51:01The government has authorized more than 50 thousand Canadians to use medical marijuana. But professional medical organizations say not enough is known about its effectiveness or its potency to write an accurate prescription.
Sunday EditionA life on hold - a Kate Wiley documentaryMar 27, 2015 | 19:04Two years ago, Shelly and Fred Muntau of Vancouver adopted an orphaned child from the Democratic Republic of Congo; but a bureaucratic catch-22 is preventing their adopted son from coming to Canada.
Sunday EditionGideon Levy - the most hated man in IsraelMar 27, 2015 | 27:49Gideon Levy is a highly controversial columnist with the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, who has made life in the Occupied Territories his beat.
Sunday EditionWhat would you do if you were Putin?Mar 20, 2015 | 29:50Western leaders call him expansionist, aggressive, reckless, bombastic ... but Russian President Vladimir Putin is wildly popular at home.
Sunday EditionJohn Boyne - A history of lonelinessMar 20, 2015 | 20:26John Boyne's novel "A History of Loneliness" is a lacerating account of the trauma inflicted on Ireland by priests who sexually abused children, and by the Catholic Church's cover-up of those crimes.
Sunday EditionA Papal progress reportMar 13, 2015 | 20:00It has been two years since Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected as Pope. Michael Higgins of Sacred Heart University presents his score-card on the accomplishments of Pope Francis.