May 8, 2013 | 27:28The Current Unrepentant: Lorne Campbell Audio
The Current Unrepentant: Lorne Campbell May 8, 2013 | 27:28Lorne Campbell was 16 when he began wearing the colours of Satan's Choice, eventually migrating to Hell's Angels. He says he liked the motorcycles and the loyalty of the other guys and the beatings and shooting were simply the cost of crossing his gang.
Jan 17, 2013 | 24:00The Current Make room in the workplace for people with Autism Audio
The Current Make room in the workplace for people with Autism Jan 17, 2013 | 24:00Jeff is a 19 year old high school grad who spends a whole lot of time playing video games in his mom's basement. He is also autistic and that ease with the computer may be just the thing that will allow him to find meaningful work. Today we look at the employable side of Autism and the entrepreneurs changing the lives of autistic young people by recognizing their potential.
Feb 26, 2013 | 27:28The Current Growing up in the Church of Scientology: Jenna Miscavige Hill Audio
The Current Growing up in the Church of Scientology: Jenna Miscavige Hill Feb 26, 2013 | 27:28Lots of people have stepped forward to air their grievances with The Church of Scientology over the years. But most of them aren't the niece of the man who runs the church and a former high-level member herself. Jenna Miscavige Hill joins us to tell us about the Church of Scientology, why she left and why that's going to make for some awkward family reunions.
Nov 4, 2013 | 23:59The Current This Land is My Land - Nov 4, 2013 Audio
The Current This Land is My Land - Nov 4, 2013 Nov 4, 2013 | 23:59Today our Project Money series visits the Nisga'a First Nation, the first Aboriginal group ready to approve ownership of private property. Laura Lynch looks at a plan some are excited to begin
and others want to stop before it starts.
Mar 7, 2013 | 24:00The Current Why salt, sugar and fat are the pillars of the processed food industry Audio
The Current Why salt, sugar and fat are the pillars of the processed food industry Mar 7, 2013 | 24:00When journalist Michael Moss started taste-testing, he wasn't working on just any old food story. He was investigating the science, the marketing, the psychology and the corporate zeal behind addictive junk food. A trail of emails, whistle-blowers and sometimes-contrite, sometimes-unapologetic food executives led him to the unholy trinity of Salt, Sugar and Fat ... the three ingredients that are consciously mixed into processed food to keep us snuffling through things we can't stop eating. And by the way - the people who created that food don't always eat it. We speak with Michael Moss, author of "Salt, Sugar, Fat".
Jun 21, 2013 | 24:53The Current Will First Nations Be Working for Welfare? Audio
The Current Will First Nations Be Working for Welfare? Jun 21, 2013 | 24:53This is National Aboriginal Day and with the celebrations are promises of more direct action by aboriginal groups. New tensions simmer over a federal plan to provide more skills training to help First Nations people find work - but there is a catch.