World This Weekend (CBC)
The World This Weekend Sunday July 27, 201407/27/14
Rockets continue to fly in Gaza despite new talk of a ceasefire, tanks roll again in eastern Ukraine, and a German world war 1 warplane with a Calgary connection
The World This Weekend Saturday July 26, 2014
A short cease fire in Gaza holds, the parents of one of the victims of Flight MH17 visit the crash site, and the parent of the Canadian man accused in the Sunwing airline scare says his son needs help.
The World This Weekend Sunday July 20, 2014
The treatment of bodies at the crash site of MH17 prompts a wave of international outrage, goodbye James Garner, and another deadly day in Gaza.
The World This Weekend Saturday July 19, 2014
Accusations of looting, destroying evidence at crash site of flight MH17, The Dutch government demands answers in the death of its citizens, and underground war in Gaza.
CBC The World This Weekend Sun July 13 2014
Israel continues shelling -- Derek Stoffel reports from Gaza; Susana Da Silva is in Rio as Germany wins the World Cup; and women in India are enjoying a Bollywood feature about the joys of being single and independent.
CBC The World This Weekend Sat July 12 2014
A report from a Gaza home hit by Israeli bomb; a report as well from Israel, just east of the border; reaction from Brazil on a disappointing World Cup game; and the final original Ramone dies -- fans toast the end of an era.
The World This Weekend July 6, 2014
Still no sign of Nathan O'Brien and his grandparents, The Assiniboine River has crested, but the danger remains, and cleaning up after Arthur.
The World This Weekend July 5, 2014
Tropical storm Arthur bears its teeth, Manitoba bracing for the worst, and Eugenie Bouchard loses the Wimbledon final.
The World This Weekend Sunday June 29, 2014
Showing true colours at World Pride, heartbreak for Mexico and Greece at the Fifa World Cup, and a step closer to visiting the Red Planet.
The World This Weekend Saturday June 28, 2014
Brazil advances at the FIFA World Cup, Christians flee northern Iraq, and huge and growing crowds at World Pride
CBC The World This Weekend Sun June 22 2014
Tonight: a report from Old Montreal, where three helicoptered jail-breakers have been captured; a five year old Italian orphan who spent months with Canadian troops in 1944, comes to meet the families of his saviours; what are P.A.N.K.s, and are you...
CBC The World This Weekend Sat June 21 2014
A report from Iraq on advances by rebels; from Brazil, the latest on the World Cup games and security concerns; National Aboriginal Day in Canada; toxic landfills in NWT; food tastes better when it looks better... and more.
The World This Weekend Sunday June 15, 2014
Militant claims of a mass execution in Iraq, a moving tribute in Moncton for lost Mounties and why our best soccer players go elsewhere.
The World This Weekend Saturday June 14, 2014
Scores of Iraqis join the fight against surging militants, dozens dead in Ukraine and Iqaluit's smouldering pile of trash.
The World This Weekend Sunday June 8, 2014
Quebec prisoners fly to freedom again, the RCMP ask Moncton residents to keep an eye out for evidence and Brazillians play for The People's Cup.
The World This Weekend Saturday June 7, 2014
Residents of Moncton replace fear with resolve, looking ahead in Ukraine, and the beautiful game in beautiful Brazil
CBC The World This Weekend June 1, 2014
More details about the US POW swap with the Taliban; An arrest in the Jewish Museum murders; reaction to FIFA bribery allegations; and personal D-Day remembrances from Canadian soldiers.
CBC The World This Weekend Sat May 31
Desmond Tutu visits Alberta and links the oil sands production to climate change -- calling it "negligence"; lone US POW is freed from Afghanistan after 5 years; Queen Elizabeth is beloved in France; and more.
The World this Weekend Sunday May 25, 2014
Knowlton Nash remembered; the Pope prays at the wall; Ukraine election results; much more too.
The World This Weekend Saturday May 24, 2014
Drive-by shootings kill six people in California; a charge of second degree murder in the death of Julie Paskall in Surrey BC; and a couple of big wins for Canadian films at Cannes.
- Toronto, ON