What will it take to end Russia’s aggression in Ukraine?; how a Canadian chef is helping migrant women integrate into Italy; Someone Knows Something explores attacks on abortion providers; and understanding the oceans’ role in storing carbon
Russia says it has captured the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol after a bloody and protracted siege. Matt Galloway discusses the devastation and what it might take to end this war, with Ukrainian journalist Andriy Kulykov; and Maia Otarashvili, deputy director of the Eurasia Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute.
Then, Megan Williams travels to Modena, Italy, to hear how award-winning Canadian chef Jessica Rosval is using food to help migrant women integrate into life in Italy.
Plus, CBC Podcasts host David Ridgen and investigative journalist Amanda Robb discuss the new season of Someone Knows Something: The Abortion Wars.
And Anya Waite, an oceanography professor at Dalhousie University, explains the important role of the oceans in storing carbon — and why we need to better understand it.