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CBC Radio's The Current is a meeting place of perspectives with a fresh take on issues that affect Canadians today.
AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. With key political interviews and stories about the Australian way of life, AM sets the agenda for the nation’s daily news and current affairs coverage.
ABOUT THIS SHOW: The use of pain medication or any medication can be a source for much controversy within the recovery community. Does taking pain medication disqualify you from counting your clean/sober time? Are we indeed clean and sober when taking pain medication and if so, are their qualifiers? Some would have us believe that we have lost our …
Jane Lytvynenko, a senior reporter at Buzzfeed News, explains how to sort fact from fiction in the stream of information coming out of these protests.
Our national affairs panellists weigh in on anti-racism protests and the response from politicians. We talk to Niigaan Sinclair, columnist for The Winnipeg Free Press; Susan Delacourt, national columnist for The Toronto Star; and Le Devoir columnist Emilie Nicolas.
Is democracy under threat in America? National Review columnist John Fund and Professor of History Ruth Ben-Ghiat discuss.
At the root of the current Black Lives Matter protests in Canada and the United States is a chasm of mistrust between many in black communities and the police. Ottawa Police Chief Peter Sloly discusses calls for policing reform, and how trust might be rebuilt.
Jadé, an activist in Philadelphia, tells The Current's Matt Galloway about what she saw in the thick of protests this week.
Dionte Jelks is originally from Chicago, but now lives with his wife and three boys on Vancouver Island, where he works as a school principal. Jelks’ brother and cousin were shot and killed in Chicago on Sunday, but the combination of the unrest and the COVID-19 pandemic means he can’t return home to grieve with his family.…
Thousands of protestors are once again on the streets of major American cities despite the president's threats of military intervention; Reports of image-based abuse soared during the COVID lockdown, according to the eSafety Commissioner; and a New South Wales police officer under investigation over the arrest of an Aboriginal teenager in Sydney.…
Just hours after president Donald Trump vowed to deploy the military to crackdown on violent protests in his country, US cities again descended into chaos.
North America Correspondent David Lipson is near the White House in Washington DC.
African American journalists in particular are being harrassed while trying to cover the ongoing protests over George Floyd's death in custody, according to the president of the National Association of Black Journalists.
One Washington man has gained has captured national attention overnight by offering shelter to more than 50 demonstrators when their protest was busted up by police in front of his house.
Amidst the tumult in the United States, the arrest of an Indigenous teenager in Sydney on Monday has brought the issue of police and race relations into sharp focus here in Australia.
Australians have taken to the streets in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, calling for solutions to Indigenous incarceration and deaths in custody.
GDP figures to be released later this morning will show us whether coronavirus has put an end to Australia's record three decades without an recession.
Nearly one-fifth of Australian charities are at risk of collapse due to COVID-19, according to new report released today.
The eSafety commissioner says there's been a steep increase in the number of reports of image based sexual abuse over the past couple of months while we've been cooped up inside during Covid quarantine.
Globe and Mail health columnist André Picard discusses the latest pandemic news, and argues that racism itself is a public health risk.
Journalist and environmentalist Silver Donald Cameron died Monday. His long-time colleague Linden MacIntyre joins us to reflect on his legacy.
How do you record a moment in history while it’s still happening all around you? We hear from a Canadian museum starting to gather the artifacts and stories that'll help tell the story of COVID-19.
Heard of the 100-mile diet, where you only eat food produced locally? Suzanne Crocker tried it with her family for a year in the Yukon, where options within a hundred miles were even more limited. She joins us to discuss the experience, and her new film about it, First We Eat.
Is this moment a turning point in the history of black lives? We talk to veterans in the struggle for black rights: Professor Carol Anderson, justice reform activist Frank Chapman and writer and organizer Charlene Carruthers.
George Floyd's brother urges Americans to stop the violence as protests continue across the country; New South Wales paramedics will take the first industrial action over the public service wage freeze; And peaceful protests in Australia to highlight the high rates of Indigenous deaths in custody here.…
The brother of George Floyd, the African American man whose death has sparked six days of chaos and destruction in the United States, has urged America to end the violence.
The US President is urging all state governors to use the National Guard against protestors in their territories after six days of upheaval in response to the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minnesota police.
Professor Eddie S. Glaude Jr. is the chair of the department of African American Studies at Princeton University.
Protestors gathered in Perth on Monday to show solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement in the US and to call for greater recognition of Aboriginal incarceration rates.
Paramedics have become the first public sector workers to launch industrial action against the NSW Government's planned 12-month wage freeze.
Now Queensland Health has confirmed that a 30 year old man who returned a positive test to COVID-19 after his death last week, never had the disease.
Australians left unemployed during COVID-19 are being 'harassed' by Government-funded job placement agencies, advocates say.
The Federal Court will rule today on whether the former Gillard government's decision to ban the live cattle trade to Indonesia was illegal.
Health experts in Japan believe a network of "cluster busters" are a key part of the country's success in slowing the spread of coronavirus.
Russia's claiming partial success against coronavirus, easing the lockdown in Moscow even as infections pass 400,000.
Siva Vaidyanathan discusses Twitter and Facebook’s very different responses to recent posts from U.S. President Donald Trump, including words that were deemed to glorify violence. He weighs up whether Trump's recent executive order — aimed at controlling social media companies — has any teeth.
In an open letter, law student and former CBC journalist Ryan Hicks has called on Quebec Premier François Legault to join him on the front lines fighting COVID-19 in a long-term care home in Montreal. He tells us what the premier would see if he takes up the offer.
After a weekend of protest across Canada and the U.S., we start today by discussing racism on both sides of the border, and the impact it has on people’s daily lives.
More than 70 US cities are bracing for another night of violent protests in reaction to the death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minnesota; The Federal Government is measuring up a possible rescue package for the construction industry; And the bushfire royal commission set to focus on the communication problems for volunteer firefighters…
More than 70 cities in the United States are bracing for another night of violent clashes as people take to the streets to protest the death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of the Minnesota Police.
Some scientists advising the British Government on COVID-19 have been warning against the easing of lockdown restrictions, saying the infection rate is still too high.
A new round of stimulus spending is in the wings, with the Government looking to target struggling sectors like the housing industry and the entertainment industry.
Concerns are rising that Australians dipping into their superannuation in the face of an economic shock are living large rather than buying essentials.
The Bushfire Royal Commission will hear this week that fire and emergency services in different states often can't communicate with each other during an emergency.
When a Senate inquiry into domestic and family violence handed down its final report earlier this month, many groups that wanted to contribute but didn't have the opportunity were dismayed.
A battle between a 20-year-old philosophy student and the University of Queensland over his protests against China is heading for the Supreme Court.
The number of coronavirus cases in India continues to surge, despite the country imposing one of the world's strictest lockdowns.
After 88 days of enforced sobriety as part of coronavirus control measures, South Africa's government is allowing citizens to buy alcohol again today.
Radio Rehab, The Road to Redemption is brought to you by Take 12 Recovery Radio and hosted by multi Dove Award winner and fellow Twelve Stepper Mr. Bryan Duncan. With decades of experience in the music industry Bryan is very familiar with the need for recovery and restoration and brings a special dynamic to Take 12 Recovery Radio while sharing his …
Plans for the Trans-Tasman bubble are gathering pace with suggestions it could be up and running by July. Saturday AM asks how travel is going to change and whether Pacific nations will be included.
What are the political repercussions of the military’s damning reports on long-term care homes? We ask our national affairs panel: CBC senior reporter on Parliament Hill Salimah Shivji, Queen's Park bureau chief for the Toronto Star Robert Benzie, and the Montreal Gazette’s Aaron Derfel.Then, the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man in polic…
Earlier this week, black man George Floyd died after a white police officer knelt on the back of his neck for almost 10 minutes.