The Current with Matt Galloway
Nov. 27, 2020: Nova Scotia’s real estate boom and buying houses through Zoom, COVID-19’s impact in the Yukon and N.W.T., Preparing for the 33rd Annual Spelling Bee of Canada Championship Finals, Tanya Talaga on the power of Anishinaabe storytelling
Nov. 26, 2020: Is Canada at the back of the line for COVID-19 vaccines? Charities shouldering burden as food insecurity grows, Scotland makes period products free for all, Canary Islands becoming route to Europe for large number of migrants and refugees
Nov. 25, 2020: National affairs panel on rising COVID-19 numbers and how long Canadians might wait for a vaccine, Calls for a national grief strategy to help people cope with impact of pandemic, New lockdown orders come at a crushing time for small businesses
Nov. 24, 2020: Alberta Premier Jason Kenney absent as province's COVID-19 cases climb, Boom in amateur astronomy during pandemic, Approaching lockdown like an endurance sport, N.L. Premier Andrew Furey and P.E.I. Premier Dennis King on leaving Atlantic bubble
Nov. 23, 2020: Barack Obama on a Biden presidency, racism in the Trump era and what he misses about being president. Plus, a CBC's The Fifth Estate investigation reveals new details of the 2020 Nova Scotia shooting rampage, and what law enforcement knew.
Nov. 20, 2020: National affairs panel on winter and rising COVID-19 cases in Canada, Chris Nikic becomes first person with Down Syndrome to complete Ironman triathlon, The pros and cons of Sweden’s pandemic approach, André Picard on the possibility of school closures.
Nov. 19, 2020: Medical assistance in dying and people living with disabilities, Jessica J. Lee wins $60,000 award for memoir Two Trees Make A Forest, Gates Foundation CEO on vaccine access, Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit and women in chess
Nov. 18, 2020: Is ‘COVID Zero’ possible for Canada?, Concern over delay to White House transition, Odeuropa project aims to bring you the smells of the past, How former Edmonton Oilers player Joe Murphy went from winning the Stanley Cup to living homeless
Nov. 17, 2020: Nunavut entering lockdown as COVID-19 cases spike; Seth Klein on fighting climate change like it's WWII; Dr. David Fajgenbaum details the drugs treating COVID-19; Edmonton illustrator Kyle Charles on drawing for Marvel Comics’ Indigenous Voices.