QSuperbetter author Jane McGonigal on the healing power of gamesSep 28, 2015 | 18:55Jane McGonigal is on a mission. The videogame designer says gaming can make us stronger, braver, more resilient people.
UnreservedDNA and the impact on intergenerational traumaSep 27, 2015 | 6:19Indigenous elders say that memory is in the blood and bone. That our peoples' stories are passed not just verbally but through genetic memory. Amy Bombay studies the impact of trauma and how it reverberates through generations.
Definitely Not the OperaStephen Harper's past as a young LiberalSep 26, 2015 | 6:32No question about it, Conservative leader Stephen Harper is a true blue Tory. But there was a time as a teenager, just briefly, when he became a Liberal. (Sept. 26 / 2015)
The CurrentClimate change ranked as second most important election issueSep 28, 2015 | 19:35Pollsters, pundits and politicians all seem to agree this federal election is about the economy. But the issue Canadians rank as their number two concern is the environment. We gather candidates to share their platforms on climate change.
As It HappensWhen it comes to bee tongues, size mattersSep 24, 2015 | 6:23It's a bit of buzzkill. A new study shows that alpine bumble bee tongues are getting shorter as a result of climate change, leaving the bees - and deep flowers - longing for more.
Ottawa MorningUniversity isn't easy especially when language is an obstacle.Sep 23, 2015 | 7:50With more and more international students enrolling in Ottawa schools, Kate Porter has the story of the struggle to support them on, and off campus.
The CurrentFrench-language leaders debate: Quebec panel tallies scoreSep 25, 2015 | 24:06The feisty face-off for the five federal leaders in last night's French-language debate and their ability to win or lose in Quebec could make all the difference for the country at large. We parse their performances, with our panel of political watchers.
Q'Sex is a Funny Word' tells kids they're old enough to knowSep 24, 2015 | 16:22Author and sex educator Cory Silverberg defends his inclusive book for 8 to 10 year olds about bodies, gender, and sexuality.
TapestryNew opera celebrates a botched restorationSep 18, 2015 | 21:15It was an art restoration so heinous, it spawned a Hallowe’en costume. (And its own hashtag: #jesusmonkey.) But what if the botched restoration is more spiritual than the original fresco?
As It HappensNathalie Warmerdam remembered as 'strong, energetic woman'Sep 23, 2015 | 7:14The small community around Wilno, Ontario is in mourning. Three women were found dead at separate locations in the area in eastern Ontario, and police say the accused, a 57-year-old man with a criminal record, knew the three victims.
The CurrentPope Francis anti-capitalist message makes waves in the U.S.Sep 24, 2015 | 19:53Pope Francis is on a momentous visit to the U.S. but his anti-capitalist message is making some Catholic Americans uncomfortable. We hear how this pope's socialist-tinged vision of a "church of the poor" is going down with wealthy American Catholics.