The Current

The Current for Nov. 15, 2019

Today on The Current: We look at what Saudi Arabia’s move to take Aramco public says about our world’s relationship with oil. Plus, coastal erosion in P.E.I. is putting homes by the water at risk; we’re on the trail of the sasquatch, exploring how these mythical creatures have played a role in human cultures; and author Mike Martin on our history of conflict, and whether we can ever put an end to war.
Veteran CBC political reporter and foreign correspondent Laura Lynch is interim host of The Current. (CBC)
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Full Episode Transcript

Today on The Current: We look at Saudi Arabia's move to take state oil company Aramco public, and what it says about our world's relationship with oil. Plus, we look at how coastal erosion in P.E.I. is putting homes by the water at risk — but not discouraging people from building there. We're also on the trail of the sasquatch, exploring how these mythical creatures have played a role in human cultures. And author Mike Martin discusses why humans fight, our history of conflict, and whether we can ever put an end to war.