Wednesday September 20, 2017
The Current 'I was not in the best place in my life': Manitoba NDP leader Wab Kinew confronts abuse allegations
"I've always understood that as long as I put my name on a ballot that people are going to want to talk about my past ... there are legitimate questions that people have about the person that I was."videoListen 23:21
Thursday September 21, 2017
"Right now there's over a billion people on the planet living with a disability according to the World Health Organization — that is one in seven people."
Monday September 18, 2017
The Current 'Decades of grief': Carol Off's long journey to save Afghan man who risked his life to talk to her
What happens when a journalist used to keeping herself out of the story realizes her reporting has put an entire family in danger? For the CBC's Carol Off, it would be life-changing.
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"I'm not concerned if people get so upset with people protesting racism in America that they stop watching football because racism existed before American football." More video
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"Daniel was treated like a human being ... I never once got the impression from anybody on the transplant team that he was a body on a bed with organs to be harvested." MoreListen 19:10
Why Canadian whale rescuers say they're drowning in bureaucracy over a new government policy. MoreListen 25:15