Sunday EditionSean Rehaag on Canada's refugee policiesJul 10, 2014 | 18:14Where are all the Syrian refugees the Canadian government agreed to accept? Sean Rehaag, Associate Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School puts that commitment in context. How does it fit the big picture of Canada's immigration record?
As It HappensOld Movie FloorsJul 10, 2014 | 6:18Standing on the posters of giants. In the middle of a routine home renovation, a Vancouver man finds a trove of old movie memorabilia under the floorboards.
This is ThatPaper Please, freeway food truck, small town bike share, Gary Bingo (repeat)Jul 10, 2014 | 27:00The North American paper industry wants you to use more paper. We profile North America's first freeway food truck. We find out why a bikeshare program didn't work in Stettler, AB. Pat Kelly goes one-on-one with the world's best Bingo caller.
Definitely Not the OperaLaptops and coffee shops: apparently it’s not posturing... it's science. DNTO explains! (July 12, 2014)Jul 12, 2014 | 10:41Whether it's a foamy cappuccino or the dregs of your morning joe, coffee has a way of inspiring us. But what is it we're brewing up over those cups of coffee?
The Bugle And The Passing BellEpisode 3; "Baptism of fire"Jul 10, 2014 | 27:28In 1915 at Ypres when Canadian troops took their place in the trenches, they soon found themselves facing an unknown and terrifying new weapon - deadly chlorine gas that came rolling over no man's land into their trenches.
The CurrentUnderstanding Attachment Disorder: One mother's difficult story of adoption - July 09, 2014Jul 9, 2014 | 21:57For Annie di Tomaso, the dream of being a mother has meant sacrifice beyond anything she had imagined. Her family's life was turned upside down when her son, adopted from South Korea, was diagnosed with an attachment disorder.
How To Do ItHow to Be An ImposterJul 7, 2014 | 27:28This week we look at the art of insinuating yourself where you don't belong including stories of a woman who wins a contest for a bunk recipe, a writer who infiltrates a summer camp for the world's elite, and how to be a casual imposter in your own life.
Head To ToeIs Your Work Uniform Working For You?Jul 8, 2014 | 27:28From construction gear to business suits to jeans and t-shirts: we've all got a uniform we put on to go to work. But is your uniform really working for you? (July 8, 2014)
The CurrentWindfall: Project MoneyJun 22, 2014 | 27:30Have you ever dreamed of winning the lottery or striking gold? Meet Canadians who have experienced a windfall and managed it in very different ways.