As real estate prices continue to rise in Canada, many have been pushed to move away. We explore how millennials have created a solution to their housing needs and how the popularity of Airbnb is adding to pressures on Vancouver's rental housing market.audio
Thursday August 18, 2016
If you thought the U.S. presidential election campaign couldn't get any darker, it just did with the shakeup of Trump's campaign. The appointment of the new Republican presidential campaign's CEO Steve Bannon suggests Trump could be getting meaner.
Wednesday August 17, 2016
The Current Should the Olympic Games have a permanent venue?
Despite some controversies, the Rio 2016 Olympic Games appear to be a success so far. But what will happen when the world moves on? Will Rio be dotted with abandoned venues like in Athens? Maybe it's time for a permanent Olympic Games site.
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The image of five-year-old Omran Daqneesh went viral last week, drawing the world's attention, however fleetingly, to the horrors of the crisis in Syria. But doctors in Aleppo see dozens of desperate children like him every week. We hear their stories. More video
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For all the power they wield in the justice system, we don't often hear frank talk from judges, in part because they seldom step down from their prestigious posts. But judge Marie Corbett retired early and is opening up about the life she left behind. MoreListen 23:21
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