February 01, 1999


AIDS breakthrough; Child prostitution

Dayside guests: Kathleen Petty hosted live coverage of the first day of a fatality inquiry at Alberta's Tsuu T'ina reserve.

Alberta has new legislation to curb teen prostitution.

We spoke to Ross McGinnis, executive director of Street Teams, a Calgary project to get teen prostitutes off the streets.

A breakthrough in AIDS research is exciting many researchers in the field.

A new study traces the virus's origins to a strain of African chimpanzees.

We spoke to Katherine Hankins, an AIDS researcher at McGill University.

The Musquem band in B.C. is attracting alot of attention with its huge tax increase notices to people who lease homes on their lands.

A feature report on the impact the case is having across the country.

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