The Current with Matt Galloway
March 1, 2021: Canada moves into next phase of vaccinations; author Kazuo Ishiguro on artificial intelligence and facing a new age; Siri Agrell on reconnecting post-COVID, without our screens; and lawyer calls Biden reopening facility for migrant children a ‘betrayal’
Feb. 26, 2021: UN special rapporteur Agnès Callamard on Iran’s shooting down of Flight PS752; listeners embracing letter-writing and slow correspondence in the pandemic; and protests swell in Myanmar despite threat of force
Feb. 25, 2021: Canada’s Road Ahead: Helping the homeless in Sudbury, Ont.; using psilocybin, found in magic mushrooms, to treat anxiety; and The Fifth Estate's investigation into missing millions in one of largest frauds in Canadian history
Feb. 24, 2021: Marc Garneau on China and Trudeau’s first bilateral meeting with Biden; we look at a ketamine-assisted therapy study; and British author Eley Williams explores the power of fake words
Feb. 23, 2021: Ontario pushes to curb human sex trafficking; letter-writing offers connection in the pandemic; MPs vote to label China's persecution of Uighurs a genocide; and psychedelic therapy: a breakthrough tool in treating mental illness?
Feb. 22, 2021: Pandemic inspiring more people to become nurses; concerns over human challenge trial that infects volunteers with COVID-19; spike in ships abandoned at sea during pandemic; and 60-year-old high school grad says you're 'never too old to learn'
Feb. 19, 2021: What Facebook’s spat with Australia means for Canada; advocates applaud funding for Inuit women impacted by violence; our national affairs panel on China, guns, and the pandemic; and health columnist Andre Picard gives a COVID-19 update
Feb. 18, 2021: What we can learn from the Texas blackout; Canada’s Road Ahead: Stanstead, Que., and a border town divided; Brock University professor on NASA’s latest mission to Mars; and tiny homes offer shelter for the homeless in Kitchener, Ont.
Feb. 17, 2021: Vaccine passports are raising privacy and equity concerns; experts call for better supports after a Saskatchewan woman died following release from prison; and a New York Times investigation into online harassment