The Afternoon News
With our continuing coverage of the Memorial Cup, we’re live with Wray Morrison and Drew Wilson at the Credit Union Centre.
Is Rob Ford too far gone to lead his city? How could he have saved his career? We speak with Jeff Chatterton, communications consultant.
Jeff Chatterton, communications consultant
Premier Brad Wall is speaking out today saying it’s time to abolish the Senate. What do you think? Is it time?
From the Boston bombings to the beheading in London, people are asking if the events are “terrorism”—but what constitutes “terrorism”? Here to help us is Laura Beth Nielsen, associate professor at Northwestern University and research professor for the American Bar Foundation.
Laura Beth Nielson, research professor, American Bar Foundation
With our continuing coverage of the Memorial Cup, we’re talking with Wray Morrison and Drew Wilson at the Credit Union Centre.
More information about Conservative senators is coming to light. Conservative Senators Carolyn Stewart Olsen and David Tkachuk ordered Mike Duffy's report to be whitewashed. Meanwhile, records show Senator Pamela Wallin and Senator Mike Duffy were paid campaign expenses by Conservative election candidates in 2011. Should they be booted from the Senate?
The Afternoon News - Why Gawker’s crowd-funding campaign for the Rob Ford video could end with the police.
As Gawker crowd sources for funding to buy the alleged Rob Ford crack video, questions are swirling about the legality of them buying it. Could their bid end in their money being seized by police? We ask Christine Duhaime, one of the only lawyers in the world that practices in the area of anti-money laundering. She has a specialized counter-terrorist financing and anti-money laundering practice in B.C.
Christine Duhaime, lawyer specializing in anti-money laundering in B.C.