Are our Universities exploiting thousands of kids?
Hosted by Jesse Brown
There are almost 300,000 international students in Canada. Avanish Agarwal is one of them. He says the experience is not as advertised, and that many like him are being exploited by Canada’s schools and companies.
Have the business practices of one of the world's biggest liquor monopolies damaged wine writing? And, is the environment created by this vacuum in the world of journalism being abused by some high profile writers?
When some Canadians look south of the border, sometimes all they can think is: thank god I’m Canadian. But can a Coffee Crisp, or the pronunciation of the letter Z, really save us from the rise of fascism?
Foreign Interference by the Chinese government into Canadian politics is probably the biggest news story of the year, and yet we know so little about it. What was the interference? Why did it occur? Did it work? Who was involved?