The Current

The Current for Nov. 25, 2019

Today on The Current: We discuss what the “China Cables” reveal about the mass surveillance and internment of the country’s Muslim Uighur population. Plus, we talk to Gail Atkinson, captain of what's believed to be Nova Scotia’s first all-women lobster fishing crew. Then, we look at the findings from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver’s review of files related to clerical sexual abuse, dating back to the 1950s. And Ambassador Susan Rice discusses China, Trump, and the politics of personal destruction.
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 discuss what the "China Cables" reveal about the mass surveillance and internment of the country's Muslim Uighur population. Plus, we talk to Gail Atkinson, captain of what's believed to be Nova Scotia's first all-women lobster fishing crew. Then, we look at the findings from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver's review of files related to clerical sexual abuse, dating back to the 1950s. And Ambassador Susan Rice discusses China, Trump, and the politics of personal destruction.

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