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April 24, 2015 Episode #1437

Assisted Living Meets Assisted Dying

Assisted living in Canada has made enormous strides in recent decades. Now, a Supreme Court ruling legalizing Physician Assisted Death has disability advocates alarmed. Today on Context, we delve deep into the hard questions, specifically;... see more
April 17, 2015 Episode #1427

Faith at Work

Our world—busy and chaotic—seems to be speeding up by the second, and finding time for the things that matter is getting more difficult.  So where does one find personal value in today's hectic North American lifestyle?... see more
April 10, 2015 Episode #1433

Conscience

What is right? What is wrong? And do we all have that 'thing' inside of us that acts as a moral compass?  In this edition of Context, Lorna takes us on a deeper journey into our conscience -- why we have one and what it means for... see more
April 2, 2015 Episode #1434

Easter

Easter. A time of death and rebirth. Not just chocolate and Easter Bunnies—the story of the resurrection of Jesus inspires over 2 billion Christians worldwide—and it's growing.  Today on Context, we talk to Roma Downey,... see more
March 27, 2015 Episode #1435

Autism

It affects 1 in every 88 kids—boys more than girls. And there is no cure. Autism remains one of the least understood of human conditions. Today, we'll swap myth for fact as Lorna gets first-hand insights in Autism.We'll give you a... see more
March 17, 2015 Episode #1419

Eyes on the Sky - Chris Hadfield on Context

Among the billions of people inspired by Neil Armstrong's 'one small step' in July 1969 was a young Chris  Hadfield of Sarnia Ontario.  Who would grow up to become a fighter pilot, shuttle astronaut, the first Canadian to walk in... see more
March 12, 2015 Episode #1430

Junos

Once a year, Canada's Juno Awards assemble the nation's top solo artists and bands together for an evening of red carpet action, performance and accolades. Today on Context, Sheldon Neil brings you up and close with Juno nominated artist,... see more
March 6, 2015 Episode #1407

Homelessness

Tonight, 30,000 Canadians will cope with homelessness.  Fifty thousand more are among the 'hidden homeless'- staying with friends or relatives because they have nowhere else to go.  Today on Context, is homelessness a chronic... see more
February 27, 2015 Episode #1425

The Gift of Life

Recent debates over assisted suicide and infanticide, have called into question long-held beliefs about the high value of human life.  Choice about death is becoming a pressing societal question.   To begin looking for answers, I... see more
February 20, 2015 Episode #1424

Stolen Sisters

Rinelle Harper, beaten and left for dead by a frozen river, won the nation's attention- not just in her ordeal and survival, but in reviving the call for an inquiry into missing indigenous women and girls.  Today, we discuss her story... see more
February 13, 2015 Episode #1423

Celebrating Single

Matchmaker, matchmaker... take the day off.  To many, 'single' is the new 'attached.'  Gone are the days of 'spinsters' and 'old maids'.  In North America- where non-married people now outnumber the married, the word... see more
February 7, 2015 Episode #1414

Vampires, Anne Rice, and Jesus

No one does life and death, lovers and vampires, quite like Anne Rice. Just ask any of her legion of readers-  they aren't hard to find.  Rice's novels- including the celebrated VAMPIRE CHRONICLES- have sold upwards of 100... see more

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