Friday August 26, 2016
Electoral reform was a key promise of the Trudeau Liberals as they swept to power last fall. The deadline to introduce new legislation is December 1st. Today, The Current explores what might replace the first-past-the-post system.videoListen 19:47
Monday August 29, 2016
As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau departs on his first official visit to China today: what does a reset in the relationship look like? And how can Trudeau balance the desire for economic investment with values that stay true to Canada?
Monday August 22, 2016
Prison life isn't meant to be a five-star hotel but temperatures soar to nearly 40 degrees celsius in some prisons during summer. Critics say it's inhumane and some prisoners have even died from the extreme heat. Should air conditioning be a human right?
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Since 1973, the American Psychiatric Association has not allowed its members to analyze politicians' personalities from afar. But some psychiatrists say Trump breaks the mould and the stakes are too high to not comment on the Republican candidate. More video
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In remote Siberia, ecologist Chris Morgan joined renowned tiger researcher Sooyong Park to document his methods, a man observing three generations of tigers in the harsh Siberian landscape. Chris Morgan comes out of the cold to share his experience. MoreListen 24:00
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