Related Program: The Record Canadian Embassy In Ukraine Closes, NAFTA Summit, And Sochi Olympics By Ross Reynolds • Feb 19, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email President Barack Obama, left, Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto, center, and the Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, shake hands at the end of a news conference concluding the North American Leaders Summit in Toluca, Mexico. AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo Listen Listening... / 7:50 Ross Reynolds talks with Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer about the week's big stories from Canada. Tags: Vaughn PalmerCanadagovernmentsportsDO NOT USE arts & lifeTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Canadian Olympians Mining For Gold In Sochi By Jason Pagano & Marcie Sillman • Feb 12, 2014 AP Photo/Matt Slocum Listen Listening... / 9:18 Marcie Sillman talks with Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer about how Team Canada is faring at the 2014 Winter Olympic in Sochi, Russia. Finnished! Russian Hockey Team Bounced Out Of Olympics By Mark Memmott • Feb 19, 2014 "Uskotko ihmeisiin?" No, this isn't exactly a "do you believe in miracles?" bit of history for Finland, but its men's hockey team just produced a moment-to-remember at the Sochi Games. Finland beat Russia 3-1, bouncing the home team out of the tournament. As NPR's Robert Smith has reported, there was tremendous pressure on Alex Ovechkin and his Russian teammates to win gold in Sochi. Washington Lawmakers Consider ‘Emotional Harm’ As Form Of Bullying By Taylor Winkel • Feb 21, 2014 Flickr Photo/Harvey Barrison (CC BY-NC-ND) The definition of bullying in Washington could be expanded to include any act of "emotional harm" against a student. State lawmakers took testimony Thursday on this potentially controversial revision to the state’s anti-bullying law. Pot Legalization: What Can Washington Learn From End Of Prohibition? By Austin Jenkins • Feb 21, 2014 Listen Listening... / This summer marijuana stores will open for business across Washington.