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CBC-The Current 3h
"People very consistently describe being between a rock and a hard place," says .
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"We share these stories because we think there's going to be systemic change and the reality is, in far too many cases, there's not," says .
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CBC-The Current 7h
"Burnout is not a new concept — it's just a particular kind of branding for our age of anxiety," says poet, author and assistant professor .
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CBC-The Current 9h
aren't lazy — they're experiencing burnout, says . But what's so special about millennial-brand burnout anyway? We're talking with the writer about that next, after her essay on the topic went .
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CBC-The Current 9h
Still to come, why doesn't want you to share that video of a newborn being taken by Child and Family Services.
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CBC-The Current 9h
Tune in to hear our discussion with and on the ethics of publishing and sharing painfully private moments in the press and online via social media. We're asking how we can best bear witness in our image-saturated world.
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CBC-The Current 9h
Counter-terrorism advisor says several groups are working together to strike terror in the Sahel region of .
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CBC-The Current 10h
The killing of Canadian Kirk Woodman reflects growing violence and bloodshed in . We're talking with of about how it's affecting civilians there.
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CBC-The Current 10h
Today we're talking about Burkina Faso, the ethics of publishing graphic images, and burnout among .
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CBC-The Current 10h
Happy Friday to all of our listeners out there! Before you start happy-dancing your way into the weekend, tune in to this morning. We'll be on air shortly.
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CBC-The Current Jan 17
Indigenous leaders are discussing a proposal to buy the pipeline.
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CBC-The Current Jan 17
"At the end of the day, you know, we're human, and you can't divorce yourself from seeing the impact that it has on patients and families." — Dr. Bernard Lawless
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CBC-The Current Jan 17
"Did I wanna die? No, no I didn't," said former NHL goaltender Clint Malarchuk. "But boy I wanted to kill that pain."
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CBC-The Current Jan 17
In the wake of images of the 2013 Lac Megantic disaster surfacing in a Netflix series, professor Robert Thompson tells us that using real footage of destruction must be relevant to the story being told.
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CBC-The Current Jan 17
Could Indigenous ownership be the answer to the Trans Mountain expansion project's woes? We'll hear from Stephen Buffalo of the Indian Resource Council and on that issue, next.
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CBC-The Current Jan 17
Still to come today in our series, Canadian trauma surgeons and 's Paola Fata on the impact of a single bullet — for the patient, family, community, and themselves.
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CBC-The Current Jan 17
First up, former goalie Clint Malarchuk on how a horrific on-ice accident that nearly killed him in 1989 led to his own suicide attempt. Our series continues with the documentary The Cowboy, the Gun, and the Trigger.
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CBC-The Current Jan 17
Good Thursday morning! Don't forget to tune in to shortly. Today we continue our series. Then, we're talking about the Trans Mountain pipeline and the ethics of using footage of disasters in film.
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CBC-The Current Jan 16
"This whole debate has divided our country in a way we've never seen before," says Luke Morris, head of corporate finance at U.K. financial services business .
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CBC-The Current Jan 16
Even at 77, Henrietta Penney didn't let a fall stop her from reaching her figure skating goals.
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