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Kindness and human empathy are qualities that sets out to better understand in his new book, The Power of Kindness. The host of tells The Current why our society has become less empathetic - and what we can do about it.
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Freelance journalist brings us the latest on the deaths of a Canadian man and a local Indigenous healer in Peruvian Amazon. He says there are many unanswered questions in this story.
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Also today on The Current, we hear from senior reporter who was at the scene of the Toronto van attack and brings us the latest on the investigation.
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Good morning! Today on The Current: As the alleged driver in the fatal Toronto van attack makes a court appearance this morning, we hear from two witnesses at the scene yesterday who acted quickly to help victims.
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Nuclear waste disposal in Canada is 'an accident waiting to happen,' says Indigenous leader "People are gambling with people's lives."
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CBC-The Current 17h
Hundreds of thousands of people have attempted the perilous journey to Europe across the Mediterranean. Ships like the Aquarius have one simple mission: to save lives.
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UPDATE: 9 dead, 16 injured after white van strikes pedestrians in North York ^rw
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First Nations leaders say that plans for a permanent nuclear waste storage facility in Ontario are dangerous, but one nuclear expert argues that fears are overblown.
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CBC-The Current Apr 23
171 people were squeezed in a rubber boat, so tight they couldn't move. Over a walkie talkie, learns there'a a body bag of a young woman. "They wouldn't leave even a dead person behind. Very admirable," says Dr. Seif Khirfan with MSF.
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CBC-The Current Apr 23
As migrants set out across the Mediterranean, they made space on the tiny boat for the body of a young woman. Lola died before they disembarked from Libya, in a warehouse where traffickers were holding migrants. tells her story:
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CBC-The Current Apr 23
Also on The Current today: Some First Nations leaders are raising their concerns about how nuclear waste is handled in Canada. But nuclear waste experts are pushing back, saying there's little to be concerned about.
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CBC-The Current Apr 23
This morning we dedicate two parts on The Current to hear 's documentary about the life aboard the humanitarian rescue ship - the Aquarius - as it spent weeks patrolling the coast of Libya for migrant boats.
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CBC-The Current Apr 22
Alexandre Bissonnette had scoured Twitter for right-wing commentators in the weeks before he killed six men inside a Quebec City mosque. The revelation this week has raised questions about whether Canada is tough enough on online hate speech.
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CBC-The Current Apr 22
In emergency rooms across Canada, drunk drivers are walking out of the hospital without being reported due to patient confidentiality laws. What do you think? Should doctors be able to tell police if their patients have been drinking and driving?
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CBC-The Current Apr 22
How the Klinse-Za caribou, on verge of extinction, is making a comeback: The revival project was initially funded by the local oil, gas and coal industries, says wildlife biologist Scott McNay.
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CBC-The Current Apr 21
Grace Acan was among 139 schoolgirls kidnapped by the Lord's Resistance Army in 1996. After years in captivity, she escaped and now helps other conflict survivors to find their place in the world. "I learned to do everything ... in order to survive."
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CBC-The Current Apr 21
Up for an adventure that's out of this world? Perhaps a trip to the Aurora Station is your ticket out of here — if you happen to have $9.5 million dollars US to book a room, that is.
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CBC-The Current Apr 21
This sketch, drawn by a witness to a crime, was provided to police in Lancaster, PA. Want to to see the man that police eventually arrested from this image?
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CBC Radio Apr 20
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CBC Radio Apr 20
Arrest of Allison Mack follows the arrest of NXIVM leader Keith Raniere in March.
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