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Context - February 28, 2020 - Stalled on the refugee highway
The U.N. declares Syria is on the brink of the worst humanitarian crisis of the 21st century. The refugee highway they turn to for hope is stalled – 70 million people are looking for a safe home.
This week on Context, why our refugee crisis is getting worse.
Context - February 21, 2020 - Stalled on reconciliation
Protests and blockades across the country are objecting a $6 billion court-approved LNG pipeline that will run through Indigenous territory in British Columbia.
Rail blockades in solidarity of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation have stopped the transportation of $425 million of goods shipped daily by ...
Context - February 7, 2020 - Containing the Coronavirus
Wuhan, China is under the largest quarantine in history after the coronavirus goes global.
The virus has spread to 25 countries with more than 20,000 confirmed cases and nearly 500 deaths.
Canada is working to evacuate citizens from Wuhan to an airforce base in Trenton.
It’s Hollywood’s big night to celebrate itself – and as it does – the world sees visions and themes of our lives reflected back to us. Everything from mental illness and war to marriage and evil incarnate. Plus, another year of snubs – especially for women and people of colour.
And, a film far fr...
Context - January 15, 2020 - Blessed are the Peace Makers
Few things rattle the world like unrest in the Middle East.
The death of 57 Canadians among the 176 on board Flight 752 – shot down just minutes after take off in Tehran – has left Canadians and Iranians heartbroken and angry.
Tonight on Context – we listen to those who grieve and the peacemaking...