After Canada defeated the US to win the women’s hockey gold medal, producer Bradley Campbell sends along this, with the words:
Knock, knock, who’s there? Gold medal to the face. That’s who.
Sorry, we had to post this (warning: it contains profanity). It has to do with our story today, about Rob Ford’s re-election campaign:
The Reindeer Peoples of the World
Jonathan Mazower, advocacy director for Survival International talks about the important role that reindeer play in many Arctic cultures.
Some indigenous tribes including the Innu of Labrador and Québec are struggling to maintain caribou herds in the face of development and climate change.
Christmas Tree Sellers from Québec
Each Christmas, dozens of Québécois make the trip south to New York City to sell Christmas trees.
They operate around the clock, sleeping in shifts, and work for cash under the table.
The World’s Alex Gallafent met a young couple from Montréal who are selling trees to fund their continuing travels around the world.