Mar 28, 2019
The Humboldt Broncos bus crash last April killed 16 people and injured 13 others.
While several of the survivors have returned to hockey, other members of the team have faced a long recovery.
One of those players is Ryan Straschnitzki, who was paralyzed from the chest down. Over the past year, Straz has proven to be...
Mar 26, 2019
Just who are the people refusing to vaccinate their children?
Why do they believe what they do? And why is it so hard to convince them that vaccines really do work?
We look at these questions and how Ontario is trying tackle the frustrating problem of the online anti-vax campaign.
Dave is joined by National Post...
Mar 21, 2019
Alberta's election campaign is underway.
United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney appeared poised to coast to victory.
But details of a scandal revolving around his 2017 leadership campaign means his character has become a major election issue.
Dave is joined by Edmonton Journal legislative reporter...
Mar 19, 2019
Last Friday, a lone gunman burst in on two mosques in Christchurch new Zealand, killing 50 people and injuring 50 more.
The gunman is a self-described eco-fascist who says he was inspired by other white nationalist extremists, as well as a hatred of muslims.
We look at how intelligence agencies view these threats, how...
Mar 11, 2019
Ontario has a new top cop, but the process to replace the outgoing OPP commissioner was anything but smooth.
Premier Doug Ford found himself in political hot water after a senior officer with ties to the Ford family was initially named the new OPP boss.
We look at why the decision was so controversial, what the fallout...