The Current

The Current for March 4, 2020

Today on The Current: Super Tuesday has put Joe Biden’s campaign for the Democratic nomination back on track but is the desire to beat Trump enough to unite Democrats behind one candidate? Plus, climate change could severely impact skiing — would Canadians be losing more than just a winter pastime? Then, Alberta is considering ways to deal with drunk drivers that involve suspensions or fines, but not criminal charges. And finally, experts say to halt the spread of COVID-19, we should stop touching our faces — easier said than done?
Matt Galloway is the host of CBC Radio's The Current. (CBC)
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Today on The Current: Super Tuesday has put Joe Biden's campaign for the Democratic nomination back on track. But even as the field narrows, is the desire to beat Trump enough to unite Democrats behind one candidate? Plus, climate change could severely impact skiing — would Canadians be losing more than just a winter pastime? Then, we discuss proposed changes in Alberta that could see drunk drivers handed suspensions or fines, but not criminal charges. And finally, experts say to help halt the spread of COVID-19, we should stop touching our faces — easier said than done?

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