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Friday February 24, 2017
As the number of asylum seekers crossing into Canada keeps climbing, The Current speaks to two men from Ghana who made international headlines when their walk into Manitoba from the U.S. almost cost them their lives.videoListen 19:01
Thursday February 23, 2017
Body fat is obsessed over but how well do we understand it? Biochemist Sylvia Tara went on a quest to learn about the fat she'd been battling all her life and shares her findings in The Secret Life of Fat.
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If reporters are labelled enemies, does that erode journalistic efforts to chronicle the actions of elected officials? After some news organizations were shut out by the White House, The Current looks at the consequences of freedom from the press. More video
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The creator of the Rorschach test argued he could see beyond a person's deliberate defences by grading their interpretation of inkblots. Today, the images are referenced in everything from fashion to politics but does it contribute to psychiatry? MoreListen 24:33
Manitoba's three chief justices and its Attorney-General want to eliminate all preliminary inquiries to speed up the justice system. Chief justice Glenn Joyal weighs in on the problem of long court delays and what might be done about it. MoreListen 14:45