As It HappensSaskatchewan family stuck with $1 million hospital bill after mom gives birth in HawaiiNov 18, 2014 | 6:22It was supposed to be a fun holiday. Instead, Jennifer Huculak-Kimmel ended up on a trip to the hospital, where she gave birth prematurely to her daughter. Now she and her husband are facing a nearly $1 million bill -- even though they bought insurance.
As It HappensToronto playwright Jordan Tannahill wins GG English Drama prizeNov 18, 2014 | 6:30Coming of Age. Toronto playwright Jordan Tannahill wins this year's Governor General's award for English drama for his three play collection, "Age of Minority," which tells the stories of three young outcasts struggling to deal with their sexuality.
As It HappensParrot imitates Matthew McConaughey after watching Oscar speechNov 18, 2014 | 4:54Everything's "all right" all the time -- and it's kind of a problem. A Texas woman's parrot won't stop doing its imitation of Matthew McConaughey -- although so far it's stopped short of nude bongo-playing.
As It HappensIntoxicated birds sober up in Yukon avian drunk tankNov 17, 2014 | 6:15This time of year, people living in the northern territory are known to come across little grey birds called Bohemian waxwings that, well, just can't fly straight.
And now the Yukon environment department has set up a place for the birds to sober up.
As It HappensVoter turnout up in Squamish, so candidate will fulfill promise of setting himself on fireNov 17, 2014 | 5:19He's the hot new councillor on Squamish city council. And we mean 'hot' quite literally. Peter Kent said he would set himself on fire if voter turnout increased in Squamish, and, well, it did. So after igniting voter interest, the BC stuntman has one smo
As It HappensEgyptian-Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy could be freed, if he renounces Egyptian citizenshipNov 14, 2014 | 9:16To be Egyptian, or to be free. A new law in Egypt could pave the way for jailed Egyptian-Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy, but only if he renounces his citizenship.
As It HappensMichael Blais of the Canadian Coalition for Veterans says there's a disconnect between the Dominion Command of the Royal Canadian Legion and its members over the treatment of injured vetsNov 12, 2014 | 11:06