Archive: Imprint season 13 episode 22


On this show: anthropologist Wade Davis and his new book of photos of around the world "Light at the End of the World." Travel books with host Tina Srebotnjak and panelists Laszlo Buhaz from the Globe and Mail and writer Betty Zyvatkauskas. Profile of writer Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni and her writings on the female immigrant experience. Tina interviews Israeli writer Etgar Keret on his book "The Bus Driver Who Wanted to be God & Other Stories." Travel writer Alan Abel's take on travel writing.
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As Ottawa moves closer to allowing medical assistance in dying for those not at end-of-life, people with disabilities warn that MAID should not be an option without social supports in place.

The provincial government says that planned facilities will create jobs and support post-pandemic recovery — but experts suggest that locals don’t generally reap the rewards.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
OPINION: If one shot of vaccine massively reduces the odds of death or serious hospitalization, perhaps that’s something the province should consider.
ANALYSIS: In the wake of thousands of coronavirus-related deaths in the LTC sector, Minister Merrilee Fullerton and Ontario’s top doctor face questions about the province’s responsibility.

Find out what astronomers and physicists know about things that can’t be seen.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
In Cochrane, snowmobiling is more than just a recreational activity — it’s an economic driver and part of the town’s cultural heritage.
OPINION: We need the logistics for storing and transporting vaccine, sufficient personnel, and digital capacity. These aren’t abstract concerns — and they're going to get even more real very soon.