Monday October 24, 2016
Wade Davis has spent more than a decade travelling the globe to visit the peoples, cultures, and languages, in danger of extinction. The anthropologist says the cultural life of our planet is under assault and deserves to be heard.
Friday October 21, 2016
The next generation of disability activists aren't waiting for society to 'help them', they're calling for a revolution. Meet young Canadians living with both visible, and invisible disabilities, fighting against gaps in funding, services, and attitudes.
Wednesday October 19, 2016
It's been a year since Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party rode a red wave to power in Ottawa. The prime minister was elected on a promise of change. The Current asks the prime minister how much change we've really seen, and what he's planning on next.
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Protesters are calling on the government to halt the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project in N.L. If the project goes through as planned. They say local Indigenous communities will be harmed. Hunger strikers in Ottawa want this project done right. More
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He always had a big job. Charles Bronfman was born into wealth and privilege and stepped into the family distillery business, Seagram. But he faced self-doubt and complicated family relationships all of which he's sharing in a new memoir, Distilled. MoreListen 24:06
You've heard it before — that there's no such thing anymore as a job for life. Now even the minister of finance says contract to contract — short-term work — is the new reality. Others call the state of affairs, precarious and question why it has to be this way? MoreListen 26:17