The Current | Oct 8, 2015
The whole country has been talking about her, especially Conservative leader Stephen Harper. Zunera Ishaq joins us to explain why she fought for the right to wear her niqab at the citizenship ceremony and how it feels at the centre of a campaign issue.
As It Happens | Oct 7, 2015
Two cases of polio turned up in Ukraine last month. The World Health Organization and UNICEF have shipped in millions of vaccines, paid for by Ottawa. But Ukrainian health officials have yet to approve their use, amid a scare over safety.
Day 6 | Oct 2, 2015
A new campaign wants surveillance workers to quit the business. And IntelExit says they will provide support for employees who choose to leave. Former NSA official Thomas Drake tells Brent why leaving the surveillance world can be so difficult.
Tapestry | Mar 13, 2015
Things are getting pretty mystical at New York University, where doctors are using hallucinogenic drugs in a clinical study to relieve anxiety about death. The results so far: kind of mind-blowing.
This is That | Oct 8, 2015
Statistics show that in 2014 over 2 million Canadian baby boomers opted out of living in the suburbs and chose to move into city centres. And critics are calling into question the excessive lifestyle many boomers are choosing to live.