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    As It Happens | May 4, 2015

    They've walked the walk to prevent teachers from talking The Talk. Thousands of parents in Ontario kept their children home from school because they're unhappy with the province's new sex ed curriculum. We speak to Claudia Ruili, one of those parents

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    The Current | May 5, 2015

    Married for nearly 40 years, they saw each other through ups and downs and now she's standing by him as he transitions. Today, we bring you the story of change that at first triggered confusion and anger but also exposed fierce loyalty and enduring love.

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    Definitely Not the Opera | Apr 24, 2015

    Doctor Alberto Hazan was on a routine call: a construction worker had been cut on the job and needed a few sutures on his arm. However, it was what was beside the laceration that caught the doctor's attention - a large, red, swastika tattoo.

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    Writers and Company | May 3, 2015

    ​​​​​This week, ​more in ​​o​ur special series, "Re-imagining the Balkans: How the countries of the former Yugoslavia face their past and their future," with ​​​Sibilia Petlevski and David Albahari.

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    Metro Morning | Apr 15, 2015

    For many years, Yvonne Bambrick has been an advocate for cycling in Toronto. Now, she's written a book to get new cyclists on the roads.

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    Day 6 | May 1, 2015

    Jurgen Todenhofer spent 10 days embedded with ISIS in Iraq and Syria, and believes the West underestimates the threat they pose.

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