Venezuelan refugees, The Apology, Herring, Kissinger

The Current

Today on The Current: With exodus numbers passing four million, we discuss Venezuela's deepening crisis and whether Canada has a role to play; then, playwright Eve Ensler endured abuse by her father, and has written his apology for him; also, herring is a small fish with huge implications - and its numbers are declining; finally, a look back at another memorable career moment for host Anna Maria Tremonti: a conversation with former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, which didn't go as planned.

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