The Morning Edition - SaskA Women Searches for Answers After Receiving Relic of Saint Maria GorettiMar 13, 2014 | 9:10You never know the impact a gift will have until you've given it. Brenda Schurko shares how a medallion she received from a Yorkton priest changed her life.
Radio Noon MontrealBernard St-Laurent's political takeMar 13, 2014 | 12:39A somewhat tense news conference for Pauline Marois as the PQ tries to keep the message off sovereignty and focused on the economy.
All in a DayDid fun forget Ottawa?Mar 13, 2014 | 9:33Amen Jafri and Nathan Hauch set out to answer that question in their film The City That Fun Forgot? Alan spoke with them as they got ready for their documentary's premiere.
All in a DayAre You Being Served? #2: Tristan at Focus ScientificMar 13, 2014 | 9:40In part two of its series on great retail workers, All in a Day profiles Tristan at Focus Scientific, a store selling binoculars and telescopes.
All in a DayCrisis in CrimeaMar 13, 2014 | 7:25Piotr Dutkiewicz, Carleton political science professor and Russia expert, calls Sunday's referendum on Crimea a point of no return. Alan spoke with him about what's needed to resolve the crisis now.
BC AlmanacTeens and distracted drivingMar 13, 2014 | 18:30Teens and distracted driving. We hear the story of Heidi Cave, victim of a distracted teen driver and from Karen Klein, ICBC Road Safety Coordinator from Surrey White Rock.
HomerunMcGill prof weighs in on Crimean referendumMar 13, 2014 | 6:28McGill University is hosting a roundtable discussion about the conflict in Ukraine. Sue speaks with Juliet Johnson, a McGill political science professor specializing in Russian studies who is leading the conversation.
HomerunAndy Nulman says the language debate is overMar 13, 2014 | 14:50Andy Nulman, the co-founder of Just for Laughs, joins Sue in studio to talk about the CBC Stay or Go series and the future of Quebec. Nulman shares his thoughts on Bill 60, the language debate, and doing business in Quebec.
BreakawayRed Bull Crashed Ice 2014Mar 13, 2014 | 10:53Quebec City's Red Bull Crashed Ice race is just over a week away. The CBC's Elias Abboud took a tour of the new 480m track that winds through the old city.
All in a DayAre You Being Served? #2: Tristan at Focus ScientificMar 13, 2014 | 9:40We meet Tristan Young as part of our series: Are You Being Served? He was nominated by one of our listeners as an exceptional retail worker.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskBringing Back the BuffaloMar 13, 2014 | 5:47A program going on at a Saskatoon high school this week must be doing something right. It's got students sticking around until 7:30 - and they're not playing sports! They're writing poetry and short stories. Craig Lederhouse finds out more
The Afternoon Edition - SaskHumans of SaskatoonMar 13, 2014 | 7:25The Humans of Saskatoon... are heading to Facebook. And it's all courtesy of a brother and sister team of photographers. Host Craig Lederhouse takes a behind-the-scenes look at this very personal project.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskLosing a Piece of Moose Jaw HistoryMar 13, 2014 | 7:14Fire has claimed another piece of Moose Jaw's heritage, putting people out of their homes and businesses. The Afternoon Edition takes a look at what the loss of the Jubilee Building means for a city that has made its past a part of its future.
On The CoastGay and Grey: Alex and Doug have each other, not much elseMar 13, 2014 | 9:33Researchers treat HIV positive people into their senior years, and Alex and Doug have had a bumpy road because of HIV and the stigma gay people have faced in the past. Now, they count on each other. It's a love story...but not very romantic.
On The CoastGay and Grey: HIV patients beat the oddsMar 13, 2014 | 5:53Dr. Silvia Guillemi remembers telling some HIV positive patients you won't survive. Some of them have. Now she's treating them in their senior years with a whole new set of health challenges.