The CurrentFull Episode for October 9, 2015 - The CurrentOct 9, 2015 | 1:14:25From newspapers endorsing candidates and if this practice should exist, to a Vancouver businesswoman believed to be a victim of the Taliban, to a panel of First Nations voters on what matters to them in this election campaign.... This is The Current.
The CurrentFirst Nations voters share their election issues not in campaignOct 9, 2015 | 24:59As the nation gets ready for election day on October 19th and First Nations leaders urge aboriginal people to vote, we check in with some First Nations voters to hear which issues matter most to them in this election.
The CurrentBeverley Giesbrecht: 'The Woman Who Joined the Taliban'Oct 9, 2015 | 22:20Canadian Beverley Giesbrecht is believed to have died at the hands of the Taliban. A new documentary about her weaves footage she filmed while inside Taliban territory, with the perspective of those who watched her helplessly venture deeper into danger.
The CurrentFederal Election 2015: Scrutinizing newspaper political endorsementsOct 9, 2015 | 19:04When today's surviving newspapers decide to endorse candidates for prime minister... Is it a practice as anachronistic as setting lead type? Or a fine democratic tradition that deserves to continue into the digital age?
The CurrentFull Episode for October 8, 2015 - The CurrentOct 8, 2015 | 1:14:22From the right to wear a niqab at citizenship ceremonies, to representatives of the major political parties on where they stand on health care, to Madeleine Redfern, the former mayor of Iqaluit on Nunavut`s election issues... This is The Current.
The CurrentMaximum security inmates beat Harvard in an hour-long debateOct 8, 2015 | 10:04Harvard University is known for its debating prowess. But its revered debating team got a little more than it bargained for when it faced the team from Eastern New York Correctional Facility two weeks ago.
The CurrentMadeline Redfern on Nunavut's electoral riding, largest in CanadaOct 8, 2015 | 5:57One-third of this vast land will send only three MPs to Ottawa after election day, in the great, white north. They have their own unique election issues and while they don't get much attention on the airwaves down south, we aim to change that.
The CurrentParty candidates share their plans for health care in CanadaOct 8, 2015 | 23:47We've been talking to doctors, patients and experts this week calling for creativity and vision for our health needs of the future. Today we convene a panel of political candidates offering their party views of the role Ottawa should play.
The CurrentWhy Zunera Ishaq fought for her niqab - and became an election issueOct 8, 2015 | 19:38The whole country has been talking about her, especially Conservative leader Stephen Harper. Zunera Ishaq joins us to explain why she fought for the right to wear her niqab at the citizenship ceremony and how it feels at the centre of a campaign issue.
The CurrentWhy Zunera Ishaq fought for her niqab - and bececame an election issueOct 8, 2015 | 19:38The whole country has been talking about her, especially Conservative leader Stephen Harper. Zunera Ishaq joins us to explain why she fought for the right to wear her niqab at the citizenship ceremony and how it feels at the centre of a campaign issue.
The CurrentFull Episode for October 7, 2015Oct 7, 2015 | 1:14:18From the election now as a two-horse race between Harper and Trudeau, to the most pressing issue you haven't been hearing much about in this election - Health Care, to former NYPD commissioner Ray Kelly on his legacy of policing... This is The Current.
The CurrentRay Kelly, NYPD former head says NY detectives embedded in TorontoOct 7, 2015 | 25:13After 9-11, Ray Kelly returned as New York City's top cop. He gave elite members of the force heavy weapons training and embedded his officers around the world. His legacy will define policing in the US's largest city for decades to come.
The CurrentSave health care, make medicare an election issue, say expertsOct 7, 2015 | 23:55The conversation that hasn't happened in the election - Health Care. It's the issue that most Canadians learn about the hard way. Our panel take the pulse of the parties... what they are offering and what they all need to consider.
The CurrentFederal Election 2015: NDP flounders as campaign turns a cornerOct 7, 2015 | 19:38Less than two weeks to voting day and pollster Eric Grenier says the numbers are shifting, especially for Tom Mulcair's NDP who came bolting out of the gate. But it ain't over til it's over. Our panel looks at who's up, who's down and who's spinning.
The CurrentFull Episode for October 6, 2015 - The CurrentOct 6, 2015 | 1:14:25From health care experts calling for change in how we care for seniors, to Kevin Newman's most important assignment...being a father, to his son, to a panel of young voters on their political views and impressions of politics... This is The Current.