Alberta oil planes, storm spotter, CSIS rebrand, no swearing challenge
Season 3 Episode 14
We give you a sneak peek at CBC Television's new talent search show, 5 Seconds to Become a Star.
After 75 years, Canada's oldest and best known "storm spotter" is calling it quits and Pat Kelly talks to him about a life of watching weather.
Canada's federal intelligence agency, CSIS, is under-fire this week for reckless spending. The Head of Personnel for CSIS, Ken Danhurst, is on the show to explain what they spent so much on.
We profile the Northern Alberta town that is currently in the middle of a challenge that is asking citizens to not use any foul language for 30 days.
Plus, we play your calls in reaction to the student that is in a legal battle with the University of Nanaimo for their failure to accommodate her "visual allergies."
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