The Current

The Current for Oct. 30, 2019

Today on The Current: The 737 Max jet crashes that claimed 346 lives; are gender reveal parties getting out of hand?; the apples of the future, in a diverse N.S. orchard; and our national affairs panel on what Andrew Scheer needs to do to stay on as Conservative leader.
Veteran CBC political reporter and foreign correspondent Laura Lynch is interim host of The Current. (CBC)

Today on The Current: A man who lost five of his family members in a 737 Max jet crash tells us how he feels about Tuesday's apology from Boeing's CEO. Then, we're discussing gender reveal parties: are they good, clean fun, or are getting out of hand, and furthering damaging stereotypes? We also visit one of the world's most diverse apple orchards in Nova Scotia, to learn about the apples that will line the supermarket shelves of the future; and our national affairs panel discusses what Andrew Scheer needs to do to stay on as Conservative leader.

Full Episode Transcript

now