Context with Lorna Dueck is Canada’s premiere Christian voice in news and current affairs, providing a platform for Canadian and global issues. Context’s distinctive voice and style gives the audience a perspective they don’t hear in other media. Context speaks out on the complex issues around Syrian refugees, Islamic extremism, First Nations, Marijuana legislation, Climate Change, Assisted Dying and much more.
Context - Season 9 - Episode 10 - Neighbours in Crisis
Canada's First Nations' communities are calling out for neighbourliness. Our streets are screaming for neighbourliness. And our world cries out for help in some of the worst natural disasters on record.
Through the inevitable and ongoing tragedies and crises everyone faces, who can we rely on to ...
Changes are coming to Canada's medical assistance in dying legislation. A Quebec Superior Court says Canada's current laws are too restrictive - and should remove a requirement that natural death be in the 'foreseeable future'.
Pro-euthanasia advocacy groups want the law to go even further to in...
Context - Season 9 - Episode 6 - Parliament's Problems
What are the hot button issues the new Liberal minority government faces?
As people in Hong Kong continue their pro-democracy protests, how will Canada’s next government handle the tensions between China and Canada?
PLUS changes are coming to contentious legislation in Canada – the prostitution ...
Context - Season 9 - Episode 4 - Canada's Hate Problem
The tragic and senseless murder of a 14-year-old boy has left the system and people who failed him reeling.
In our deeply divided world, bullying, racism, and hatred trickles down from the generations, and spills on to our streets and into our schools.
Today on Context - we take a look at why hat...
Context - Season 9 - Episode 2 - Resilience In The Face Of Tragedy
Bahamas is rebuilding, Yemen is five years into civil war with no end in sight; and Syrians are crying out. Context co-anchor,
Ann Rohmer covers people suffering worlds away — the victims and organizations on the ground in these troubled areas to find out how to help where it’s needed the most.