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Updated: Sep. 8, 2020
Introducing: Recall: How to Start a Revolution
Secrets in Sport: Mark Tewksbury and the 1992 Olympics
From Tragedy to Champion: Chantal Petitclerc and the 2008 Paralympics
Inside the Munich Massacre: Byron MacDonald and the 1972 Olympics
ICYMI: Keith Boag: Tear Gas and "The Talk". Ferguson 2014
Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee: Mark Lee and Muhammad Ali, 1987.
The Stolen Game: Karina LeBlanc, Soccer and the 2012 Olympics
ICYMI: Cremations and Car Batteries. Adrienne Arsenault, Nepal 2015
From hero to zero in 9.79 seconds: Scott Russell and the 1988 Seoul Olympics
The boy on the beach: Gillian Findlay, 2015
Escape from Egypt: Mohamed Fahmy, 2013
The Power of the Pope: Steven D'Souza and the papal conclave, 2013
Connie Walker and the firsthand legacy of residential schools.
Benazir Bhutto: Over the decades. Carol Off, 1986
Airstrikes, bank robbers and a golden toilet: David Common and the Iraq Invasion, 2003
The rise and fall of Stephen Harper: Susan Lunn and the Federal Election, 2015
The earthquake and the aftermath: David Gutnick, Haiti, 2010
Extra: Peter Mansbridge Inside the Tunnels at Vimy Ridge
A sea of oil: Paul Hunter and the BP oil spill, 2010
Walking Across a Continent: Nahlah Ayed and The Refugee Crisis, 2015
Back to Zero: Curt Petrovich, Typhoon Haiyan, The Philippines 2013
Extra: A Loss of Innocence. Louise Elliott and The Ottawa Shooting 2014.
A Town Forever Changed: Stephen Puddicombe in Lac Mégantic 2013
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