As It Happens
Friday, January 30, 2015 - Eugene de Kock, Anti-Terror...01/30/15
His errors were inhuman. Her forgiveness, hard to divine. As South Africa paroles an apartheid assassin, we hear from the daughter of one of the ANC activists he killed.
Thursday, January 15, 2015 - Target Closure, Boko Haram, Dawson City...
Target on its back. It launched in Canada less than two years ago -- but today, the U.S. retail chain Target announced it was closing every one of its stores, leaving nearly eighteen thousand employees facing the unknown.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015 - Charlie Hebdo: MacKinnon, Peshawar...
Bon mot or faux pas. One week after the killings at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, a Canadian reporter tells us about the crackdown on freedoms in France -- where you're not the only one watching your words.
Tuesday, January 13, 2015 - Albuquerque Cop Charges, First Nations ESP...
Where is Lynn Iserhoff? Montreal police ask for the public's help finding the eighteen-year-old Cree woman, who's been missing since December -- and tonight, her mother tells us about their last conversation.
Monday, January 12, 2015 - Morsi Prisoner Released, Montreal Shooting...
A long-awaited reunion. For a year-and-a-half, Khaled al-Qazzaz -- a Canadian resident and former aide to deposed Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi -- was imprisoned in Egypt. Today, he's free -- and we'll speak with his wife.
Friday, January 9, 2013 - Charlie Hebdo Manhunt, Ebola Fear Closes...
The old college trials. Dalhousie University announces it will conduct an external investigation of its Faculty of Dentistry -- but critics think that answer just raises more questions.
Thursday, January 8, 2015 - Charlie Hebdo: Westergaard, Saudi Arabia...
One picture changed his life. One day after the deadly attacks on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, we'll speak with the Danish cartoonist who's been living under threat for ten years, after drawing a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - Charlie Hebdo, Stolen Ashes, NASA Sounds,...
Drawing fire for drawings. Twelve people are killed in an attack on the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
Tuesday, January 6, 2015 - Keystone Veto, Dalhousie: Ontario College,...
Fuel for the fire. The Republican-controlled Senate immediately introduces a bill to get the Keystone XL pipeline approved, and the White House immediately says that bill would be vetoed.
Dalhousie Suspensions, New Veterans Affairs Minister, Spanking...
Vet accompli. The PM kicks off the New Year by kicking the beleaguered Julian Fantino out of Veterans Affairs -- and bringing in actual veteran Erin O'Toole as the new minister.
Friday, Jan 2, 2015: Abandoned migrant ship, tape: Mario Cuomo, Great...
Questioning their convictions. Mohamed Fahmy and two other Al-Jazeera journalists have spent more than a year in an Egyptian prison -- but now, they're about to get new trials.
Thursday, January 1, 2015: MOHAMED FAHMY RETRIAL, OTTAWA RIVER RESCUE,...
Wednesday, December 31, 2014 - Good Samaritan Beaten, New Orca Calf,...
A helping hand gets a broken leg. First, a Good Samaritan was beaten by an Ontario police officer; then she was charged with obstructing justice. Now, her case has been thrown out -- and tonight, she'll come out swinging.
Tuesday, December 30, 2014 -- Ferry Boat Survivor, Edmonton Deaths,...
The burning boat. A Canadian-born woman tells us how she and her family survived the chaos onboard the Norman Atlantic, the Greek ferry that caught fire in heavy seas, killing at least 11 people.
Monday, Dec 29, 2014 -- Greece Turmoil, FOA Louis Stevenson, Psych...
Greek without a paddle. A key parliamentary vote will force snap elections in Greece, and if the left-leaning Syriza party wins -- as it's expected to -- it's goodbye to austerity, and hello to...well, no one's really sure.
Wednesday, December 24, 2014 - The Shepard, Frederick Forsyth, Bob...
Strap on your goggles, grab your nog, and get set for our annual broadcast of "Fireside Al" Maitland reading Frederick Forsyth's "The Shepherd"
Friday, December 26, 2014 - Greenspan Obit, "The Interview" Plays,...
Lawyer, contrarian, and humanitarian. We remember Edward Greenspan, who made an international career from defending those often considered indefensible.
Iroquois Falls Closes, NY Police Killings, Warbler Study, Parrot...
The end of the run of the mill. For a hundred years, the paper mill in Iroquois Falls, Ontario, has been the biggest industry in town -- and today, three days before Christmas, it's shutting down forever.
Friday, December 19, 2014 - FN Regina Police, Obama on Sony Hack,...
Walking while aboriginal? A First Nations man in Regina accuses police of racial profiling after he says he was stopped for no reason while on his way home.
Thursday, December 18, 2014 - Russian Economy: KHL, Dalhousie Prof,...
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