Aug 15, 2019
China is currently facing scrutiny for its actions against protesters in Hong Kong, but that isn’t the only human rights crackdown raising concern.
In the northwest province of Xijiang, millions of people from a Muslim minority group known as Uyghurs have been detained in what the government calls re-education camps...
Aug 9, 2019
Should estheticians who offer services to women be allowed to refuse service to transgender women who have not yet gone through with reassignment surgery?
That’s a question before the B.C. human rights tribunal, and one which has sparked controversy across the country.
We look at how this case got started, why it is...
Aug 6, 2019
Canada’s image on the international stage took a big hit in 2018
with Justin Trudeau’s disastrous, much-mailgned trip to India.
But it goes deeper than that, with ambassadors and diplomats worried about how Trudeau’s approach to foreign relations damaging our place in the international community.
Dave is joined...
Jul 31, 2019
On July 15, a young couple, Chynna Deese from North Carolina, and Lucas Fowler from Sydney, Australia, were found dead on the Alaska Highway in northern British Columbia.
Four days later, the body of 64-year-old Leonard Dyck a lecturer at the University of British Columbia, was found 475 kilometres from the first crime...
Jul 30, 2019
And with some training to practice spine manipulation on babies limited to 12 hours over the course of a weekend, some in the Canadian medical community are concerned.
We look at the justification for the...