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CBC-The Current 13h
While Khaled Al-Qazzaz is in Egypt prison w/ no charge, his wife asks why Ottawa isn't doing more to get him out. LA
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CBC-The Current 13h
Scientist says weed killing herbicide causes male frogs to lay eggs, says Syngenta doesn't want research published LA
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CBC-The Current 13h
If a Senator sits on a corporate board is that a conflict of interest? What do you think? LA @tedescot
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CBC-The Current 16h
Senators on corp boards "advised" to recuse themselves, not obliged. Good enough? Hear RAndreychuk AMT
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CBC-The Current 16h
Coming up, a powerful herbicide is a friend to farmers, but may not be a friend to frogs. Talking Atrazine at 9 a.m. . SH
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CBC-The Current 16h
1/3 of Cdn Senators sit on corp brds/directorships. Perceived/Real conflict of Interest? Hear RAndreychuk today AMT
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CBC-The Current 16h
Up next, a Canadian woman waits for news from her husband, who has been imprisoned for months without charge in Egypt. SH
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CBC-The Current 17h
Should senators be allowed to sit on corporate boards? What do you think? Listen at 8:37 a.m. . SH
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CBC-The Current 17h
Today we're talking private interests in the Senate. @tedescot, , and Sen Raynell Andreychuk at 8:37 a.m. SH
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CBC-The Current 17h
Good morning! Today: Conflict of interest and the Senate, the fight over a powerful herbicide, and the wife of a man imprisoned in Egypt. SH
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Trevor Boudreau 1d
One of my favourite photos of my grandparents walking into the CNE in '54; my grandfather in a 3-piece suit.
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We've come a long way from dressing up in the 50's but have parents gone too far dropping kids off in sweat pants? LA
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CSPI Books 1d
Can't we just be glad those kids are getting to school?
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Kirsten 1d
I admit to taking the kids out to the bus stop at our driveway in my pjs. I wouldn't go to their school in them.
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Some Florida educators want a dress code for parents to stop dropping kids off at school in sweat pants. Guilty? LA
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Is this a case of an inventor seeking compensation for his creative work, or just a toll for the troll? LA
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Is the crisis in Ukraine a greater threat to Western security than the Syrian civil war? LA
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Hear that, on the podcast, here -> MT James Logan says he invented the podcast & deserves compensation
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Lisa Taylor 2d
"It's possible to look very douche-y in a suit" & "mom-o-flage" - this morning's parental dress code panel on 's is hilarious
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Barry Waite 2d
Interesting discussion about the patent on podcasting on this a.m.
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