Britain bids farewell to Queen Elizabeth II; Canadians struggling to make ends meet amid rise in cost of living; and Ian Urbina on the crimes committed on the high seas
Queen Elizabeth II was laid to rest Monday. Guest host Peter Armstrong talks to Matt Galloway in London; and historian, author and royal commentator Carolyn Harris, who teaches history at the University of Toronto.
Then, Canadians across the country are paying more for almost everything — and it’s starting to add up. We hear from some Canadians making ends meet, and discuss what our leaders say they are doing to help with economist and Atkinson Fellow Armine Yalnizyan; and Andrey Pavlov, a finance professor at Simon Fraser University.
And investigative journalist Ian Urbina has explored the crimes committed on the world’s lawless seas and oceans — many of which are hard to prove, let alone prosecute. He tells us about his new podcast, The Outlaw Ocean.