Wednesday September 06, 2017
As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
Hurricane Irma: Anguilla
When Hurricane Irma hit Anguilla, 19-year-old Nisha Dupuis kept her cool — because she was on the air on her local radio station, providing updates.
Hurricane Irma: British Virgin Islands
When they look back on their ill-timed trip to the British Virgin Islands, our guests won't recall pristine beaches or relaxation — they'll remember a catastrophic storm, and a submerged rental house.
Radiohead stage collapse ruling
An Ontario judge stays all charges in the death of a drum technician killed during a stage collapse at a Toronto Radiohead concert — and his father wonders if he'll ever see justice done.
Swiss village hotel plan
In an effort to save a tiny Swiss village from disappearing, a bold plan is hatched: to turn all the empty houses into a kind of scattered hotel.
Canadian senator on DACA
A Canadian senator says that America's loss should be Canada's gain: undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation should apply to live north of the border.
Cruise ship report
If you're planning a cruise to get away from it all, a German environmental group says you can't get away from one simple fact: the gigantic vessels belch a gigantic amount of pollution.
Fleeing an outbreak of targeted violence, a Rohingya family manages to escape to Bangladesh. But when two of them make a quick return to Myanmar, they are brutally killed.
Small business tax: doctor
Ontario family doctor Nadia Alam tells federal Liberals that their cure for Canada's tax code feels like a "punch in the gut" to physicians.
The latest in wordplay from the Joe Berkowitz, the author of "Away with Words: An Irreverent Tour Through the World of Pun Competitions". Doesn't sound promising.