AMI at the Movies: Crazy Rich Asians
- Katie Raso from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives examines the challenges people with disabilities face finding work in the digital economy.
- University of Toronto musicology professor Ken McLeod discusses Aretha Franklin’s legacy.
- It's AMI at the Movies, as Amy Amantea reviews "Crazy Rich Asians".
- A grieving woman in Fredericton swore at Prime Minister Trudeau when he called to offer his condolences. Michelle McQuigge leads the discussion.
- Are Canada’s medical schools creating enough spots for students who plan to practice in Canada? JIm Van Horne leads the discussion.
- Did the city of Victoria did the right thing when it took down a statue of John A. MacDonald? Dave Brown leads the discussion.
- Is a federal holiday the right way to mark the terrible legacy of residential schools? Joeita asks the question.
Flying Over the Atlantic Ocean in a Hot Air Balloon
- Nelson Régo from Cool Blind Tech tells us about a blind man who’s planning to fly over the Atlantic Ocean in a hot air balloon.
- JM Frey previews the remake of the 1973 Steve McQueen film 'Papillon'.
- We’ve been getting news reports in the past few weeks about the strange foods that people steal. We’ll go through the list.
- Kim Parker from the Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre tells us about new suites that give patients the chance to practice independent living before leaving the hospital.
- Producer Kevin Philipupillai previews a Walrus magazine article that asks how prepared we are for the effects of climate change.
- Greg David tells us about a documentary made by our Ottawa presenter Shelby Travers, about the people who saved her life ten years ago, practice independent living before leaving the hospital.
Bridge Collapse in Italy
- Shaun Preece tells us about an expansion to the Be My Eyes app, in this week’s preview of Double Tap Canada.
- Canadian Press reporter Michelle McQuigge tells us how people are picking up after last week’s shooting in Fredericton.
- Why did things go wrong when a CNIB vice-president went to the federal budget lockup? We speak with our accessibility consultant Donna Jodhan.
- Our community reporter Becki Zerr tells us about a group painting activity at a park in Regina, Saskatchewan.
- The search continues for survivors of the bridge collapse in Italy. We’ll ask what role austerity policies played in this tragedy.
- Amateur sleuths in the UK have tracked down the burial place of the poet William Blake. Producer Dawn Dickinson tells us how they did it.