Monday October 05, 2015
Christine Caron never thought about the cost of prosthetics, she assumed universal health care had her back. But the province doesn't provide state-of-the-art-artificial limbs. Today, we hear how one woman's journey has lessons for us all.videoListen 22:58
Tuesday October 06, 2015
Statistically fewer than 40 per cent of young people eligible to vote actually cast their ballots. But is that because they don't care ... or because they think the politicians on the ballot don't care? Three young and very politically engaged voters step up to the mic.
Wednesday September 30, 2015
She grew up running in small town America and became an Olympic darling . And when she began a secret life, she was just as competitive. Suzy Favor Hamilton became one of Las Vegas's most sought after escorts. She shares her personal struggle with mental illness in her memoir, "Fast Girl."
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A little less than two weeks to voting day and pollster Eric Grenier says the numbers are shifting, especially for Tom Mulcair's NDP who came bolting out of the gate. But it ain't over til it's over. Our panel looks at who's up, who's down and who's spinning. More
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The conversation that hasn't happened - Health Care. With shifting demographics and shifting health care needs, it's the issue that most Canadians learn about the hard way. Three health experts take the pulse of the parties.. what they are offering and what they all need to consider. MoreListen 23:55
After 9-11, Ray Kelly returned as New York City's top cop. He gave elite members of the force heavy weapons training, embedded his officers in Toronto and Montreal and around the world. Vigilant and unapologetic. His legacy will define policing in the US's largest city for decades to come. MoreListen 25:13