Canada has a proud history of welcoming those fleeing conflict zones. But that has changed. Today, the UN estimates there are 3.5 million refugees from war-torn Syria; Canada has agreed to take a meagre 1300.
Many of us - most of us - yearn for some kind of stability, a place to call our own, hang a hat, put down roots. But there's another kind of living arrangement - on the move, most of the time - that suits a subculture just fine.
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel is serious about his intention to die at age 75, and encourages the rest of us to follow his example. He says when he reaches that age, he will refuse all tests and treatments, and allow his body to take its natural course.
Geoffrey James has just released a book of photographs of inmates inside Canada's oldest and most notorious maximum-security facility. Inside Kingston Penitentiary: 1853-2013 shows prison life as you have never seen it before.
Baldwin would have been 90 years old this year, but his analysis of race and sexuality is very much alive in America today. Michael talks to renowned choreographer Bill T. Jones, artistic director of a New York Arts Festival devoted to Baldwin.