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.
The Current's special coverage on Canada's missing and murdered Indigenous women
Thursday October 20, 2016
Ing Wong-Ward will be hosting a special Friday edition of The Current focused on the abilities of those with disabilities. She joins Anna Maria in studio to share some details about her advocacy in Friday's show.
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. More
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Canada's top politician in charge of disability issues Carla Qualtrough knows her file, inside and out. The federal minister joins The Current to talk about her quest to make history by drafting a national accessibility law — the first of its kind. MoreListen 13:48