Canadian doctor recounts 'hair-raising' experience trying to escape Haiti protests
Several hundred tourists, including dozens of Canadians, have found themselves trapped in Haiti as street demonstrations make it dangerous to move around the country. We hear from a Canadian who was trapped there and look at what's driving the unrest.
Why these black Canadian experiences are worthy of the big screen
From activists and their movements to people just trying to make a difference, CBC Radio host Amanda Parris puts forth a collection of stories that she believes represent distinct perspectives of the black experience in Canada.
Canadian researcher proves Darwin right by jailing mice in Nebraska
The ambitious study tracked evolution — from natural selection in the wild to functional genomics
Podcast: Should Canadian ISIS members be allowed to return home?
How Star Wars 'made it possible to open a world of speaking Navajo'
What the SNC-Lavalin scandal reveals about corporate influence on Canadian democracy
How democratic is the United States these days really? — Michael's essay
Canada 'falling behind' on fighting corruption abroad: Transparency International director
Memes move into the political mainstream