The Current

The Current for Oct. 11, 2019

Today on The Current: From Surrey, B.C., we bring you our election town hall event Staying Afloat, looking at the challenges of affordability faced by Canadians, in one of the country’s fastest growing cities. Then, we’re talking to director Judith Pyke about her new documentary on the challenges faced by people who are colour blind, from issues in the workplace to knowing whether a banana is ripe. And the lawyer of two Saudi Arabian sisters who fled their home tells us about an attempt to lure them to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul — the same one where Jamal Khashoggi was killed.
Veteran CBC political reporter and foreign correspondent Laura Lynch is interim host of The Current. (CBC)
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Today on The Current: From Surrey, B.C., we bring you our election town hall event Staying Afloat, looking at the challenges of affordability faced by Canadians, in one of the country's fastest growing cities. Then, we're talking to director Judith Pyke about her new documentary on the challenges faced by people who are colour blind, from issues in the workplace to knowing whether a banana is ripe. And the lawyer of two Saudi Arabian sisters who fled their home tells us about an attempt to lure them to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul — the same one where Jamal Khashoggi was killed.

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