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    The Current | Feb 27, 2015

    This week, an Ontario politician revealed he doesn't believe in human evolution. It made a lot of people uncomfortable. Today we're asking if some beliefs are different from others and if voters have a right to know about the people who represent us.

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    Ideas | Feb 26, 2015

    "Yes means yes. No means no." Giving consent seems straightforward. But what we're allowed to consent to is actually deeply fraught territory. And it gets especially fraught when the question of sex enters the equation. When does the law intervene?

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    Day 6 | Feb 20, 2015

    Is 25 the new 18? According to new research, putting off the life changes associated with adulthood may have a real impact on our brains.

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    As It Happens | Feb 25, 2015

    Yesterday, the government of Jamaica decriminalized possession of small amounts of marijuana, and made it legal for households to grow up to five plants. Opposition MP Delroy Chuck explains why it's a good idea.

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    Spark | Feb 22, 2015

    Writer William Gibson joins us to talk about his latest novel, how our sense of history is changing, and whether we're actually living in a dystopian sci-fi novel.

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    Writers and Company | Feb 22, 2015

    John Updike said of American novelist Anne Tyler that she '... is not merely good, she is wickedly good.' In a rare interview, Eleanor Wachtel speaks with Anne Tyler about her life and work, and about her new novel, "A Spool of Blue Thread."

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Cinq a Six - A 17th century masterpiece restored at Montreal Museum of Fine ArtsFeb 28, 2015 | 3:31Cinq a Six A 17th century masterpiece restored at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Audio
Cinq a Six A 17th century masterpiece restored at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Feb 28, 2015 | 3:31The painting Abraham Sacrificing Isaace by Valentin de Boulogne has been in storage for decades. But now after a year-long restoration the masterpiece is back at the European Masters Gallery at the MMFA.
All in a Weekend Montreal - What's on this weekendFeb 28, 2015 | 4:23All in a Weekend Montreal What's on this weekend Audio
All in a Weekend Montreal What's on this weekend Feb 28, 2015 | 4:23Micheline Lachance of Tourism Quebec looks at activities for March break across the province this week.
All in a Weekend Montreal - Dr.Brett Belchetz: The pros and cons of e-cigarettesFeb 28, 2015 | 10:52All in a Weekend Montreal Dr.Brett Belchetz: The pros and cons of e-cigarettes Audio
All in a Weekend Montreal Dr.Brett Belchetz: The pros and cons of e-cigarettes Feb 28, 2015 | 10:52Our house doctor says there isn't enough research into the long-term effects of smoking e-cigarettes to vouch for its safety right now.
All in a Weekend Montreal - Kevin Gasior: March break on the slopesFeb 28, 2015 | 8:33All in a Weekend Montreal Kevin Gasior: March break on the slopes Audio
All in a Weekend Montreal Kevin Gasior: March break on the slopes Feb 28, 2015 | 8:33Our ski columnist has details on special events and prices for this week at Quebec ski stations for families taking advantage of March break.
All in a Weekend Montreal - Pat Donnelly leaves The Montreal GazetteFeb 28, 2015 | 13:02All in a Weekend Montreal Pat Donnelly leaves The Montreal Gazette Audio
All in a Weekend Montreal Pat Donnelly leaves The Montreal Gazette Feb 28, 2015 | 13:02Longtime theatre critic, Pat Donnelly wrote her last article for The Gazette this week, along with others. She reflects on the 32 years she spent covering English-language arts and culture as well as the new reality for arts journalism.
All in a Weekend Montreal - Children's International Film FestivalFeb 28, 2015 | 9:45All in a Weekend Montreal Children's International Film Festival Audio
All in a Weekend Montreal Children's International Film Festival Feb 28, 2015 | 9:45Just in time for March break, the International Children's Film Festival (FIFEM) is underway in Montreal. We speak with actress Jacynthe René about some of the highlights this year. Her 11-year-old son is a juror for the film festival that features movi
Quebec AM - Birdwatcher Russell MilksFeb 27, 2015 | 16:21Quebec AM Birdwatcher Russell Milks Audio
Quebec AM Birdwatcher Russell Milks Feb 27, 2015 | 16:21Russell Milks, an Ottawa-based birdwatcher, has been to Victoriaville to spot snowy owls, Sudbury to gander at bald eagles, and Beauport to admire the Great Grey Owl. He tells us what inspires him so much about birdwatching.
Quebec AM - Quebec health minister called out for new in vitro rulesFeb 27, 2015 | 10:29Quebec AM Quebec health minister called out for new in vitro rules Audio
Quebec AM Quebec health minister called out for new in vitro rules Feb 27, 2015 | 10:29Dr. Isabelle Girard, head of Quebec's Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, is taking issue with a Bill 20 provision that would bar any woman over the age of 42 from in vitro fertilization in Quebec.
Daybreak Montreal - Corey Shapiro stopped by police 5 times in 4 daysFeb 27, 2015 | 6:53Daybreak Montreal Corey Shapiro stopped by police 5 times in 4 days Audio
Daybreak Montreal Corey Shapiro stopped by police 5 times in 4 days Feb 27, 2015 | 6:53The owner of Vintage Frames sunglasses company and Notorious Barbershop, both in Saint-Henri, says that he has been stopped five times in four days by the Montreal police after having been given a brand new gold BMW just over a week ago.
Quebec AM - The Aux Champêtreries Farm forced to close its doorsFeb 27, 2015 | 8:31Quebec AM The Aux Champêtreries Farm forced to close its doors Audio
Quebec AM The Aux Champêtreries Farm forced to close its doors Feb 27, 2015 | 8:31The Aux Champêtreries Farm in the Townships has been employing at risk-youth and preparing young people for the job market for more than ten years, but now it says a lack of funding is forcing it to shut its doors.
Radio Noon Montreal - Quebec judge wouldn't hear case of woman wearing hijabFeb 27, 2015 | 2:42Radio Noon Montreal Quebec judge wouldn't hear case of woman wearing hijab Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Quebec judge wouldn't hear case of woman wearing hijab Feb 27, 2015 | 2:42Shawn Apel speaks to Montreal lawyer Mathieu Bouchard. Bouchard is an active member of the Canadian Bar Association’s Equality Committee and doesn't support the judge.
Quebec AM - Britt Hatzius presents Micro Events as part of Mois Multi 16Feb 27, 2015 | 6:11Quebec AM Britt Hatzius presents Micro Events as part of Mois Multi 16 Audio
Quebec AM Britt Hatzius presents Micro Events as part of Mois Multi 16 Feb 27, 2015 | 6:11European artists Britt Hatzius and Tom Kokk break down barriers between science and art with their installation Micro Events. Peer through the microscope lens to witness mini performances of dancing plastic shards.
Homerun - Dog and cat fur allowed in CanadaFeb 27, 2015 | 3:52Homerun Dog and cat fur allowed in Canada Audio
Homerun Dog and cat fur allowed in Canada Feb 27, 2015 | 3:52"There are no rules in Canada against importing dog or cat fur," says Gabriel Wildgen from the Humane Society International Canada. He says that fur often goes unlabelled, and it's hard to know what you're buying.
Homerun - Carrying around a week's worth of trashFeb 27, 2015 | 3:50Homerun Carrying around a week's worth of trash Audio
Homerun Carrying around a week's worth of trash Feb 27, 2015 | 3:50Julia Solomon has spent the week carrying around every piece of trash she produces, as part of McGill University's zero waste challenge week.
Breakaway - Schefferville to Kuujjuaq by footFeb 27, 2015 | 11:41Breakaway Schefferville to Kuujjuaq by foot Audio
Breakaway Schefferville to Kuujjuaq by foot Feb 27, 2015 | 11:41Men and women from three different aboriginal communities are leaving for a 500km walk this weekend, from Schefferville to Kuujjuaq. The CBC's Marika Wheeler spoke with some Naskapi walkers about the journey.

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