The180

Learn to accept offensive art, stop criminalizing HIV transmission, cruising the Northwest Passage is horrible

This week, on The 180: how the destruction of ancient buildings by an Islamic extremist provides an art lesson for us all, an argument that Canadians with HIV should not be required by law to disclose their status to sex partners, and why the people on a Northwest Passage cruise are horrible.
We don't know what Stan Rogers would think of the cruise ship currently making its way through the Northwest Passage, but on this week's show we hear from a writer who says it's full of horrible people. (CBC Still Photo Collection)

This week, on The 180: how the destruction of ancient buildings by an Islamic extremist provides an art lesson for us all, an argument that Canadians with HIV should not be required by law to disclose their status to sex partners, and why the people on a Northwest Passage cruise are horrible. 

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