Chemical weapons, start concerts earlier, and Nova Scotia should have a spaceport

Michael Labossiere asks why we consider chemical attacks more repugnant than conventional ones; Toronto musician Mar Sellars makes the case for concerts to start earlier, and Michael Byers says Canada needs a spaceport.
An unconscious Syrian child receives treatment at a hospital in Khan Sheikhun, a rebel-held town in the northwestern Syrian Idlib province, following a suspected toxic gas attack on April 4, 2017. (Omar Haj Kadour/AFP/Getty Images)
Listen to the full episode54:00

Michael Labossiere asks why we consider chemical attacks more repugnant than conventional ones; Toronto musician Mar Sellars makes the case for concerts to start earlier, and Michael Byers says Canada needs a spaceport.