The CurrentRethinking refugee camps: New solutions for human crises - May 19, 2015May 19, 2015 | 27:29The world's largest refugee camp Dadaab in Kenya has been in existence for almost 25 years. Palestinian refugee camps have existed for more than six decades. Our 'By Design' series questions the concept of temporary refuge that becomes permanent.
IdeasWhy Money Isn't EverythingMay 12, 2015 | 53:59The world over, alternative currencies are helping societies solve key issues. Sheetal Lodhia explores how healthy communities can be built without money.
QSearchlight 2015 winner unveiled live on qMay 15, 2015 | 5:51Friday guest host Tom Power dials up one of four semi-finalists in CBC Music's Searchlight competition and pronounces them the winner, live on air.
As It HappensMedicine Hat poised to become the first city in Canada to eliminate homelessnessMay 14, 2015 | 6:35After several years of work, now no one in the city goes more than 10 days without a place to live. The mayor explains how they did it.
The CurrentFormer Canadian soldier says complaints of sexual harassment ignored - May 15, 2015May 15, 2015 | 22:00A recent report found sexual misconduct was "endemic" inside Canadian forces and the military's leadership tolerated it. Today we hear from a member of the forces who says she was sexually harassed by a superior and her complaints were ignored.
QBuffy Sainte-Marie: "I don't believe in burning out"May 13, 2015 | 26:37Singer, songwriter, artist and activist Buffy Sainte-Marie has packed passion and purpose into her latest album, Power in the Blood.
RewindJim Henson and the Birth of the MuppetsMay 14, 2015 | 54:59On the 25th anniversary of the death of Jim Henson, a salute to the man who created the Muppets, Miss Piggy, Cookie Monster, Fozzie Bear, Bert and Ernie and Kermit the frog.
TapestryTapestry - The Sacred and the ScaryMay 8, 2015 | 19:34When Jess Peacock was five-years-old, his parents took him to see The Exorcist. What followed was a life-long passion for the intersection of the scary and the sacrosanct.
As It HappensNB teen protests school dress code, wears halter dressMay 13, 2015 | 6:37The dress code. She received detention for wearing a halter dress to school, and now a Moncton teenager is speaking out about what she calls unjust standards for women.
Metro MorningDiverse Writers PanelApr 30, 2015 | 4:56Our country has produced several literary stars, but tonight, a panel at the North York Library will ask why so few of those stars are people of colour. Matt Galloway spoke with panelist and author Jael Richardson.
SparkFighting depression through a social networkMay 10, 2015 | 14:36Can a social network help combat depression? To answer this, researchers created a social network that uses crowdsourced cognitive behavioural therapy.