The Current

The Current for Jan. 13, 2020

Today on The Current: We ask federal minister Marco Mendicino what the government will do to seek justice for the Canadians killed in Flight PS752, downed by Iran. Then, we revisit the earthquake that hit Haiti 10 years ago, talking to a doctor who rushed to help, and a Quebec politician who lost four members of her family in the disaster. And finally, neuroscientist Dan Levitin gives us his tips on how to age well, and why he thinks old age is a stage of life where we can still grow.
Matt Galloway is the host of CBC Radio's The Current. (CBC)
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Today on The Current: We ask federal minister Marco Mendicino what the government will do to seek justice for the Canadians killed in Flight PS752, downed by Iran. Then, we revisit the earthquake that hit Haiti 10 years ago, talking to a doctor who rushed to help, and a Quebec politician who lost four members of her family in the disaster. And finally, neuroscientist Dan Levitin gives us his tips on how to age well, and why he thinks old age is a stage of life where we can still grow.

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