Sunday EditionFamily feuds over wills and estatesNov 18, 2014 | 29:59About one trillion dollars will change hands in Canada over the next two decades, the biggest inter-generational transfer of wealth in Canadian history. Two lawyers talk about the surge in family feuds over wills and estates.
Sunday EditionMaking the banks pay - Michael's essay; Estates, wills and the entitled generation; Mail about war and Remembrance Day; Karl Ove Knausgaard; Mail about paid sick leaveNov 21, 2014 | 1:16:52Podcast for November 23rd, 2014
Sunday EditionMaking the banks pay - Michael's essayNov 21, 2014 | 4:04Six years after the financial collapse, why have no high-level executives been prosecuted? Thoughts about the search for justice, fairness and honesty in the ranks of high finance and big business.
Sunday EditionStuart Shanker - "Self-regulation": In a chaotic classroom, kids learn to calm themselvesNov 27, 2013 | 57:53In a world of stressed-out kids, Ritalin & trips to the office aren't working. Stuart Shanker's advice to teachers? "Self-regulation."
Sunday EditionOut of Thin Air - In praise of the thereminNov 7, 2014 | 23:34Producer Lindsay Michael takes a look at why the eerie, ethereal musical instrument known as the theremin is having a mainstream moment in Canada.
Sunday Edition"They Called Me Number One" with author Chief Bev SellarsMay 31, 2013 | 29:29Bev Sellars has written a memoir "They Called Me Number One" about the impact of residential school on three generations - herself, her mother and her grandmother.
Sunday EditionRemembering Alistair MacLeod; Sexual assault and the law; In praise of the theremin; WW1 - "What for?" and "Vimyism"Nov 7, 2014 | 1:53:17Remembering Alistair MacLeod; Sexual assault and the law; In praise of the theremin; WW1 - "What for?" and "Vimyism"
Sunday EditionSexual assault and the lawNov 8, 2014 | 51:53Many believe our justice system fails victims of sexual assault. Four legal experts join Michael with their thoughts on how to make things better for women who wish to come forward.