As It HappensDesigner toad outfitsDec 10, 2014 | 3:03Back in 1989, Morningside spoke with Toronto fashion designers Joyce Gunhouse and Judy Cornish, who designed a stretchy outfit for Puerto Rican crested toads.
As It HappensCape Breton workers among first victims of oil price collapseDec 10, 2014 | 7:04Thousands of Nova Scotia tradespeople and labourers who regularly work in the oil patch are bracing for a grim New Year if oil prices stay low - and they don't have work.
As It HappensFather leads police to online predator by taking over daughter's e-mailDec 9, 2014 | 7:41Cliff Ford responded to e-mails from an online predator and child pornographer as his daughter, and the man is now serving a 22-year sentence, and was convicted using information Mr. Ford collected.
As It HappensTwo men sentenced for beating death of Tina Fontaine's fatherDec 9, 2014 | 7:35Every day seems to bring more news for Thelma Favel, the legal guardian of Tina Fontain, whose 15-year-old body was found in the Red River this August. Today, she learned that the men who killed the teenager's father are going to jail.
As It HappensHours from release, a South African hostage in Yemen dies in a raid meant to liberate an AmericanDec 8, 2014 | 7:10Pierre Korkie was just hours away from going home. Al Qaeda in Yemen had been holding the South African teacher hostage for a year-and-a-half. An aid group had negotiated his release. Then a raid by U.S. soldiers went awry and he was dead.
As It HappensDeath of killer whale J-32 a concern for orca population in BCDec 8, 2014 | 6:32The death of killer whale J-32 in the Salish Sea is raising concerns about the endangered species. J-32 was discovered on Thursday and was pregnant with a calf. She's the fourth killer whale to die in the area this year, making it all the more distressing
As It HappensChinese wordplayDec 5, 2014 | 1:55First you're punnish -- then you're punished. As you all know and like -- except those of you who are all, like, "No" -- "As It Happens" enjoys dumb wordplay.
As It HappensFired Canadian researcher unveils new discovery about European contact in the ArcticDec 5, 2014 | 7:27Once again, Pat Sutherland is changing the way we think about the history of the Arctic. In research published this week, the archaeologist uncovers evidence of European metal-working on Baffin Island all the way back to one thousand A.D.