The Current

The Current for Feb. 18, 2020

Today on The Current: In the second week of rail blockades over a proposed pipeline on Wet'suwet'en territory, what should the Liberal government do to resolve the stand-off with protesters? Plus, as pressures mount over class sizes and the quality of education, we'll look at why some parents are now choosing private over public schools. And finally, documentary The Believers looks at religious charity Gospel for Asia, which is facing allegations that money raised for the poor in India isn't going where it's supposed to.
Matt Galloway is the host of CBC Radio's The Current. (CBC)
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Today on The Current: In the second week of rail blockades over a proposed pipeline on Wet'suwet'en territory, what should the Liberal government do to resolve the stand-off with protesters? Plus, as pressures mount over class sizes and the quality of education, we'll look at why some parents are now choosing private over public schools. And finally, documentary The Believers looks at religious charity Gospel for Asia, which is facing allegations that money raised for the poor in India isn't going where it's supposed to. Listen to the full show near the top of this page.

Full Episode Transcript


After The Current aired Tuesday morning, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the House of Commons regarding the anti-pipeline blockades that have paralyzed rail lines across the country. CBC's Matt Galloway and Chris Hall hosted a network radio special on the latest developments.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the House of Commons Tuesday, regarding the anti-pipeline blockades that have paralyzed rail lines across the country. CBC's Matt Galloway and Chris Hall host a network radio special on the latest developments following Trudeau's address. 59:38