The World this Weekend

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The World This Weekend is a dynamic half-hour program that showcases first- rate journalism on the news of the day from Canada and around the world. We tell stories you won't hear anywhere else that connect you with remote places and people.

Ukraine mobilizes for possible war, in Moscow people demonstrate both for and against Russian military action, and we roll out the red carpet for the Academy Awards.
With Russia threatening wider military action, world leaders appeal for calm,Canadians demonstrate support for Ukraine, and 2 people killed in Edmonton.
The Games are over and Ukraine a country in political transition...
The World This Weekend Feb. 22, 2014
Ukraine's former Prime Minister freed.It's President impeached, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau's appeal to Canadians disillusioned by politics and No Medals for Canada in Sochi today.
Alpine achievement snowboarding success, The Canadian men are unbeaten and through to hockey's quarterfinals, and The Maritimes get slammed by a storm.
A dramatic hockey game that had it all, Charles Hamelin falls but Denny Morrison rises to the occasion for Canada, and Britain battered by a destructive storm.
Sport and liberty collide in Sochi, Phillip Seymour Hoffman has died, and cheers, beers and football.
A mass in memory of the dozens in L'isle Verte, and Fighting in Ukraine and over Ukraine.
A day of heartache and reflection in L'isle Verte, Thousands are still without natural gas in Manitoba, and more violence in Thailand as advance polls open.
Stories of survival following a devastating fire in L'isle Verte, A pipeline explosion a huge fireball, south of Winnipeg, and Violence in Egypt.
The Prime Minister lands in Israel, Calls for collaboration for the sake of security at the Olympics, and a hockey game that turned to fight night in Vancouver
The World This Weekend
Remembering Ariel Sharon, Most evacuees from a train derailment return home, and sending off Team Canada before Sochi.
Israelis pay their last respects to Ariel Sharon, Neil Young blasts Ottawa over oilsands expansion, and Canadian in good company at the Golden Globes
Frigid temperatures continue to hound thousands of Canadians, Canadians queue for flu shots, and Canada is empty handed after the World Junior Hockey Championship.
Blizzards and in Atlantic Canada while the West is stuck in a deep freeze, Canada foiled by Finland at the World Junior Hockey Championships, and farewell, Phil Everly.
TWTW's Holiday show based on the theme of giving.
TWTW's holiday show based on the theme of home.
A fierce storm snow of historic proportions, And the cause of so many holiday travel headaches.
Disrupted travel plans for thousands, Urgent repairs go according to plan at the International Space Station, and the threat of civil war in South Sudan.