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    The Current | Apr 23, 2014

    Biologist Tyrone Hayes spent his career studying the effects of one particular herbicide, Atrazine, on frogs. When he presented the results that showed sexual abnormalities in frogs, Dr. Hayes says Syngenta tried to launch a campaign to discredit his work

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    Ideas | Apr 23, 2014

    When Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil was published 50 years ago it created an instant uproar that has never ended. A discussion on the ideas of Hannah Arendt and why she was so controversial.

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    The Story From Here | Apr 23, 2014

    In this episode; Saskatchewan farmer sprays canola oil on dusty roads; John Gaudi drops in on a circus troupe in Labrador; comedian Bill Pats of Winnipeg finds humour in dark parts of his past; and Edmonton's prehistoric prospectors.

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    Ottawa Morning | Apr 24, 2014

    He fought off a bear with nothing more than a hunting knife. We meet a man receiving the Star of Courage at Rideau Hall today.

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    Q | Apr 22, 2014

    The Canadian novelist on All My Puny Sorrows and the anguish of grappling with a loved one's desire to die.

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    As It Happens | Apr 22, 2014

    A New York Times study says the Canadian middle class is doing the best in the world. But a prominent banking economist asks, what middle class?

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