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    The Current | Aug 26, 2015

    What happens when college football players are accused of rape in an American town where college football is king? According to writer Jon Krakauer, what happened in Missoula, Montana, is happening in cities and towns across North America, every day.

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    As It Happens | Aug 25, 2015

    A Mississauga man says he can't stop using fentanyl because the high makes him indescribably happy. While he understands the risks associated with using fentanyl, he says that he believes that he can use the drug safely.

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    Q | Aug 26, 2015

    Sex advice columnist Dan Savage shares his thoughts on the Ashley Madison hack and what it says about shame and extramarital affairs.

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    The Doc Project | Aug 26, 2015

    For two years, Rick Rogers has been on a mission to get to the truth about his daughter's death. Now, Rick's search for answers could end up changing the way the military investigates a soldier's death.

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    Spark | Feb 22, 2015

    Researchers have developed an algorithm that gives you a psychological reading based on your Facebook likes — a reading so accurate, they claim, it could know you better than your closest friends. Contributor Lily Ames puts the algorithm to the test.

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Quebec AM - Painter Denis Palmer paying tribute to Barber Terry BeattieAug 21, 2015 | 9:44Quebec AM Painter Denis Palmer paying tribute to Barber Terry Beattie Audio
Quebec AM Painter Denis Palmer paying tribute to Barber Terry Beattie Aug 21, 2015 | 9:44Denis Palmer is among a handful of artists from around the world who have gathered at Le Marché de la Gare in Sherbrooke. Palmer is painting a tribute to recently retired barber Terry Beattie for the 2nd edition of Sherbrooke's Global Mural Symposium.
Quebec AM - Famed Montreal antique dealer's collection goes up for auctionAug 21, 2015 | 10:28Quebec AM Famed Montreal antique dealer's collection goes up for auction Audio
Quebec AM Famed Montreal antique dealer's collection goes up for auction Aug 21, 2015 | 10:28Henrietta Antony's antique store was a fixture in Westmount for more than 60 years. Now, eight months after her death, the collection is going up for auction in Sutton. We speak with her son John Antony.
Quebec AM - Controversy over sale of Anglican church in Eastern TownshipsAug 21, 2015 | 11:05Quebec AM Controversy over sale of Anglican church in Eastern Townships Audio
Quebec AM Controversy over sale of Anglican church in Eastern Townships Aug 21, 2015 | 11:05The Saint-James the Less church in Compton has been in disrepair for years. The owner, the Diocese of Quebec, has finally found a buyer- but not everybody in town is pleased with the outcome.
Quebec AM - Simon Beaulieu, police officer, charged in death of cyclist Guy BlouinAug 20, 2015 | 7:17Quebec AM Simon Beaulieu, police officer, charged in death of cyclist Guy Blouin Audio
Quebec AM Simon Beaulieu, police officer, charged in death of cyclist Guy Blouin Aug 20, 2015 | 7:17A Quebec City police officer has been charged in the death of Guy Blouin. He's the cyclist who was killed in the Saint-Roch neighbourhood last September. We hear how people in the downtown neighbourhood are reacting to the news.
Quebec AM - Humans of Quebec CityAug 19, 2015 | 12:03Quebec AM Humans of Quebec City Audio
Quebec AM Humans of Quebec City Aug 19, 2015 | 12:03Every day, thousands of people walk the streets of Quebec City, and every one of them has a story. Mathilde Crépin and Mathilde Fréchette tell us about the photoblog project Portraits de la Vieille Capitale, inspired by Humans of New York.
Quebec AM - An epic two-wheeled adventure in the GaspéAug 19, 2015 | 8:44Quebec AM An epic two-wheeled adventure in the Gaspé Audio
Quebec AM An epic two-wheeled adventure in the Gaspé Aug 19, 2015 | 8:44For many of us,long car trips are a summer ritual.But JP Chartrand and Nathalie Lacasse prefer to travel on two wheels.They're exploring the Gaspé by bike and documenting the trip in a bilingual web series, Vel'aventure. We caught up with them in Matane.
Quebec AM - Percé couple's cycling adventure to become bilingual web seriesAug 19, 2015 | 8:44Quebec AM Percé couple's cycling adventure to become bilingual web series Audio
Quebec AM Percé couple's cycling adventure to become bilingual web series Aug 19, 2015 | 8:44For many of us, summer means long car trips, but Jean-Philippe Chartrand and Nathalie Lacasse prefer a more scenic route.They're touring the Gaspé by bike and documenting the trip in a bilingual web series, Vel'aventure. We caught up with them in Matane.
Quebec AM - Granite quarry near popular hiking trail in Charlevoix sparks protestsAug 18, 2015 | 9:04Quebec AM Granite quarry near popular hiking trail in Charlevoix sparks protests Audio
Quebec AM Granite quarry near popular hiking trail in Charlevoix sparks protests Aug 18, 2015 | 9:04Concerned residents in Saint-Tite-des-Caps speak out to oppose work at a proposed granite quarry near the Sentier des Caps hiking trail in the Charlevoix.
Quebec AM - Twelve year boil water advisory lifted in North HatleyAug 18, 2015 | 5:26Quebec AM Twelve year boil water advisory lifted in North Hatley Audio
Quebec AM Twelve year boil water advisory lifted in North Hatley Aug 18, 2015 | 5:26Mayor Michael Page explains why it took so long to install a water treatment plant in the town.
Quebec AM - Why Canadians speak French and English differently than EuropeansAug 18, 2015 | 10:40Quebec AM Why Canadians speak French and English differently than Europeans Audio
Quebec AM Why Canadians speak French and English differently than Europeans Aug 18, 2015 | 10:40Do Quebecois French-speakers have an inferiority complex compared to "French from France?"
Quebec AM - Berries creating a brighter future on the Lower North ShoreAug 13, 2015 | 6:16Quebec AM Berries creating a brighter future on the Lower North Shore Audio
Quebec AM Berries creating a brighter future on the Lower North Shore Aug 13, 2015 | 6:16People in Gros-Mecatina can get their hands on fresh locally grown berries for the first time, thanks to a cooperative run by 16 former fish plant workers. Co-ordinator Cecily McKinnon explains.
Quebec AM - Knowlton House finally restored and ready for visitorsAug 13, 2015 | 9:12Quebec AM Knowlton House finally restored and ready for visitors Audio
Quebec AM Knowlton House finally restored and ready for visitors Aug 13, 2015 | 9:12After a four-year saga, the house of Knowlton's founder, Paul Holland Knowlton, is restored and ready to welcome visitors. The CBC's Holly Bailey gives us a sneak peak.
Quebec AM - Election 2015:  Bloc Québécois & its leader on the comeback trailAug 12, 2015 | 13:08Quebec AM Election 2015: Bloc Québécois & its leader on the comeback trail Audio
Quebec AM Election 2015: Bloc Québécois & its leader on the comeback trail Aug 12, 2015 | 13:08Bloc leader Gilles Duceppe talks with Marika Wheeler about how he hopes to lead his party back to electoral respectability, after a resounding defeat in 2011.
Quebec AM - Rare right whale sighting in Gulf of St.LawrenceAug 11, 2015 | 2:57Quebec AM Rare right whale sighting in Gulf of St.Lawrence Audio
Quebec AM Rare right whale sighting in Gulf of St.Lawrence Aug 11, 2015 | 2:57A team of US scientists has reported seeing a large pod of right whales over the week-end. It's the largest group of its kind that has been spotted in the gulf in the past decade.
Quebec AM - Greener hairdos for Salon Lido in CowansvilleAug 11, 2015 | 10:42Quebec AM Greener hairdos for Salon Lido in Cowansville Audio
Quebec AM Greener hairdos for Salon Lido in Cowansville Aug 11, 2015 | 10:42Our reporter Holly Bailey brings us to Salon Lido in Cowansville, where hairdresser Sonya Yates has joined a country-wide initiative to recycle and reuse discarded hair, chemicals and tubes.

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