The Democrats used to count on the white working class. Now they have to fight to win them back.
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Thanks to online marketplaces, consumers are no longer limited to a few brick-and-morter stores to buy their holiday gifts. Now, they can order practically any item from any corner of the Earth. Surely this increased competition means better prices? Read More
Sam interviews Coll Thrush, Professor of History at the University of British Columbia, about his new book, Indigenous London: Native Travelers at the Heart of Empire.
Kaye Kaminishi is the last surviving member of the Vancouver Asahi, a Japanese Canadian baseball club. The team was disbanded 75 years ago today, when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.
Across Canada, Mennonite-volunteers are helping high-risk sex-offenders reintegrate after they’re released from prison. Sam Fenn goes to Regina to meet a sex offender and the group of untrained volunteers who spend their free time with him.
Sex offenders are the most reviled and abused criminals in prison. But eventually, most of them will get out. So, what happens next?
This is part one of a two-part documentary series we produced in partnership with the CBC Doc Project and the University of Washington Center For Human Rights. Read More