It's Wednesday March 2nd.
When its emergency room got overcrowded, a hospital near Vancouver was forced to treat patients at an adjacent Tim Hortons.
Currently, it's what's known in Canadian medical circles as the double, double-up.
This is The Current.
Libya Update - Bourzou Daragahi
With a flourish of his unending bravado, Moammar Gadhafi is holding court in Tripoli today, with another of those rambling, defiant speeches before an audience that appears as if it must be enthusiastic.
As you've been hearing on the news, forces loyal to him have rallied to battle opponents for control of a key oil installation and airstrip on the Mediterranean Coast. The fighting we're seeing today at the Brega oil port appears to be the first significant attempt by Gadhafi loyalists to push back against an opposition that has been gaining momentum.
And as the stand-off continues, many fear the country is close to an all-out civil war. Moammar Gadhafi has tightened his grip on Tripoli -- the country's capital.
For the latest on the situation, we were joined now by Los Angeles Times reporter Borzou Daragahi. He was in Tripoli.
Deposed Dictators - Reed Brody
For Libya's opposition, the goal is to get rid of Moammar Gadhafi. But Reed Brody has other ambitions. He is known as the Dictator Hunter. Reed Brody is a lead spokesperson and counsel for Human Rights Watch. He has been involved in building cases against dictators since 1998, when he worked on the prosecution of former Chilean leader Augusto Pinochet. And he believes it's vital that Moammar Gadhafi be brought to justice. Reed Brody was in Brussels.
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