As It Happens

Tuesday - Hugo Chavez Obit, Arctic Passage Study, 911 Bell Lawsuit

Highlights Include: Part One: *Arctic Passage. A geographer says by mid-century a shipping lane from Europe to Asia will cut through the North Pole.  *Grunting Gorilla. Cincinnati Zoo staff acquire some new behavioural traits to rear a five-week-old primate named Gladys. Part Two: *911 Lawsuit. A Yellowknife man battles Bell Canada over service charges for an emergency number that doesn't...
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Highlights Include:

Part One:

*Arctic Passage. A geographer says by mid-century a shipping lane from Europe to Asia will cut through the North Pole. 
*Grunting Gorilla. Cincinnati Zoo staff acquire some new behavioural traits to rear a five-week-old primate named Gladys.

Part Two:

*911 Lawsuit. A Yellowknife man battles Bell Canada over service charges for an emergency number that doesn't work. 
*Bulgaria Protests. Thousands march in outrage over ballooning electricity bills which are proving crippling. 

Part Three:

*Victoria Homelessness.  Alarming information emerges about deaths among the city's impoverished. 

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