The Current for December 5, 2018
Today on the Current: We talk to Premier of Alberta Rachel Notley about the mandatory cut in oil production, and her longer-term plans to tackle the price problem; in light of recent boxing injuries, we talk to two doctors about whether the sport should be abolished; we look at where the $50 million fund announced in Justin Trudeau's tweet is actually going; and we hear from scientists who are saying we need to pay more attention to subsidence, or sinking ground, that they say is being exacerbated by climate change.
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Today on The Current:
- Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says the temporary cut in oil production may be a short-term stopgap for what she has called a "crisis" on oil prices, but she's promising upgrades and more pipelines as long-term solution.
- Two doctors who have experience with boxing discuss their different views on whether it should be abolished, in light of a recent injury.
- Justin Trudeau's $50 million tweet to Trevor Noah caused consternation among his opponents this week — but where is the money actually going? We speak to Yasmine Sherif, director of Education Cannot Wait.
- We hear from scientists who are saying we need to pay more attention to something called subsidence, or sinking ground, becuase they say is being exacerbated by climate change.