Wednesday September 28, 2016
The Current Exhausted? History shows you're not alone
With the prevalence of burnout, stress and sleeplessness in daily life, you'd think exhaustion is a malady of our times. But it turns out, we've been running on empty for thousands of years. The Current looks back on the history of exhaustion.
Tuesday September 27, 2016
Harold R. Johnson is an Indigenous crown prosecutor and says alcohol is killing his people. He is urging for a new narrative on alcohol abuse, finding inspiration in those who overcome rather than thinking there are only those who succumb.
Monday September 26, 2016
Rescue team of Syrian civilians called the White Helmet has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for saving tens of thousands of lives during Syria's civil war.
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As Donald Trump campaigns for the U.S. presidency, everything from his taxes, to his net worth, to the deals he made, is a blur of contradictory numbers. David Cay Johnston shares his insights after following the numbers to understand the making of Trump. More
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The bombing of eastern Aleppo has become relentless. Victims are overwhelmingly civilians — many are children. The devastation is so great, so deliberate, some have begun to characterize it as a holocaust. Others say that is neither factual nor accurate. More videoListen 19:55
The Current follows up on security issues in Canada with Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale to ask what happened to all those Liberal election promises to amend the Harper government's anti-terror bill, C-51. MoreListen 17:44