Day 6Cereal gentrificationOct 2, 2015 | 9:15A cafe serving $5.00-$9.00 bowls of cereal in East London, U.K. was recently attacked by anarchist protesters claiming it's a symbol of hipster culture and the neighbourhood's gentrification. We hear from locals and the Cereal Killer Cafe's owner.
The 180Charter provision for women's rights did more harm than goodOct 2, 2015 | 8:47Section 28 of the Canadian Charter of Rights was supposed to be a game changer for women. But lawyer Kerri Froc says it has been used to hurt women's rights instead of advance them. She'd like to see Section 28 rehabilitated.
The CurrentGeriatricians call for controversial change to health care for seniorsOct 6, 2015 | 18:58As Canada's over-65 population grows ever more dominant, a growing chorus of health care workers is pushing new attitudes in caring for seniors. They say they can save the system money with superior care and they want politicians to follow their lead.
UnreservedTalking to my daughters about the dangers of being an indigenous womanOct 4, 2015 | 2:11Host Rosanna Deerchild reflects on the annual October 4th Sisters in Spirit Vigil, to remember missing and murdered indigenous women and girls.
Qq election panel: Is good TV also good for democracy?Oct 5, 2015 | 22:10Ian Capstick, Jen Gerson and John Doyle weigh in on the spectacle of the federal election campaign. Does the sizzle kill the substance?
Sunday Edition"Spaceman" Bill Lee talks Blue Jays fever and bringing pro ball back to MontrealOct 2, 2015 | 26:14One of baseball's most colourful, outspoken characters, pitcher Bill Lee, joins Michael to talk Jays, World Series hopes, and Canada's renewed passion for the game.
The 180Do private programs belong at public universities?Oct 2, 2015 | 12:04A new MBA program at the University of Victoria is being paid for by Telus - and it's only open to Telus employees. We look at what that means for the future of higher education.
The CurrentComedian Lara Rae comes out as transwoman with grace, good humourOct 5, 2015 | 24:16Comedian Lara Rae, who used to be known as Al Rae, of Little Mosque on the Prairie fame, goes public as a transwoman in Winnipeg, and finds new laughter and happiness in her new identity. Lara Rae joins us to share her story.
As It HappensNepal proposes ban on 'disabled' Mount Everest climbersOct 1, 2015 | 8:17Nepalese officials announce new regulations for those hoping to tackle Mount Everest, specifically a ban on some disabled climbers. But Mark Inglis, the first double-amputee to ever summit Everest, questions the wording of the proposed ban.
The CurrentGayle Newland case raises concerns for transgender activistsOct 2, 2015 | 23:57A bizarre court case in Britain involving blindfolds, hidden identity and a conviction for sexual assault has the tabloids buzzing. And transgender activists are worried about how the judge's ruling might affect them.