This week, there was a notable drop in reporting about police violence. Is it the spring air? A dead groundhog not saying whether or not spring would spring this week? Impossible to say. But, it was a week filled with news and, what I thought was particularly interesting, international news.
You can listen to all episodes from this past week here.
Toxic tailings leak ongoing concern for First Nation in northern Alberta
Giving the middle finger is a 'God-given right,' says Quebec judge
Man with dementia suffers severe burns at Sudbury, Ont., long-term care home
Ontario youth group home chain hit with $60M proposed class-action over alleged ‘abuse’
2 former Laurentian University professors want investigation into possible criminal wrongdoing
Former St. Michael’s Hospital executive Vas Georgiou, construction boss John Aquino charged in corruption probe
Workers sent to hospital after ammonia leak inside a slaughterhouse in Burlington
‘Not surprising’: Former tenant of Nanaimo landlord says many have been evicted with little notice
Hate incidents spiked dramatically across B.C. during first years of pandemic, inquiry finds
Watchdog opens probe into RCMP unit that polices resource standoffs in B.C.
Newfoundland and Labrador
'Our people are dying': Manitoba First Nation declares state of emergency
Why these academics say Canada needs to stop hosting global conferences
Canada's chief of the defence staff makes trip to Ukrainian capital
Police oversight bodies hindered by silence of accused officers, Globe analysis finds
Doctors, disability advocates condemn parliamentary committee’s recommendation to expand MAID law
Peru court doubles detention time for ex-President Castillo
Grève du 8 mars : la CGT coupe le courant à l’entrepôt Amazon de Morlaàs-Berlanne
23 protesters charged with domestic terrorism after fiery clashes at Atlanta's 'Cop City' training center
The 4 kidnapped Americans are part of a large wave of U.S. medical tourism in Mexico
Philippines Jeepney strike drives home modernisation concerns
African migrants evacuated from Tunisia after surge of racial violence stoked by president
Academia is for the (a) ignorant (b) violent (c) combination of (a) & (b). Actually, that's who western civilization is for. The never-to-attain-enlightenment peoples.