The Current for Oct. 2, 2019
Our national affairs panel talks about what's at stake for the parties in Quebec; one year out from Jamal Khashoggi's death, how much of a price has the Saudi regime paid?; and, is kid's hockey in Canada in crisis?
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Today on The Current:
- Our rotating national affairs panel talks about the TVA French debate and what's at stake for the parties in Quebec.
- One year out from Saudi dissident and journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death, we're looking at whether the international community has done enough to hold the Saudi regime accountable for his death and other human rights abuses.
- Sean Fitz-Gerald of The Athletic talks about whether hockey in Canada has strayed too far from its frozen pond roots, becoming too expensive and too serious.