10 Years of Provocative Radio on The Current from CBC Radio | Nov 19, 2012 | 23:57

10th Anniversary Show: Maher Arar & Mary Walsh

We also will look at the importance of speaking up and setting the record straight with Maher Arar. He says The Current helped after his imprisonment in Syria because it allowed him to tell his story publicly, Also in this segment, comedian Mary Walsh joins us to discuss changing the way we talk about and treat mental health and addiction problems. She says so many Canadians suffer in silence and we too often criminalize people who desperately need health care.

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