The Current

The Current for Nov. 21, 2019

Today on The Current: Two U.S. voters on whether the impeachment hearings are swaying their political allegiances; Bangladeshi-Canadian woman Rumana Monzur tells us how she rebuilt her life after a vicious attack from her husband blinded her; Valérie Ouellet discusses Parliament's gender balance; and we ask whether deep-sea mining can wean us off fossil fuels, or if the cost to sea life is too high.
Veteran CBC political reporter and foreign correspondent Laura Lynch is interim host of The Current. (CBC)
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Today on The Current: We ask two U.S. voters whether the impeachment hearings are swaying their political allegiances. Plus, Bangladeshi-Canadian woman Rumana Monzur tells us how she rebuilt her life after a vicious attack from her husband blinded her. Then, senior CBC data journalist Valérie Ouellet discusses Parliament's gender balance; and we ask whether deep-sea mining can wean us off fossil fuels, or if the cost to sea life is too high.