As It HappensDaughter remembers parents after wreckage from 1992 plane crash foundAug 28, 2015 | 7:03It was April of 1992, when Paul and Suzanne Joanis' plane went missing on a trip from Toronto to Hearst, Ontario. Now the plane has finally been recovered south of Kapuskasing in northern Ontario.
As It HappensAs it Happened: The Archive Edition - The Justice EpisodeAug 26, 2015 | 27:28In this episode you'll hear from one of the lawyer for the Birmingham Six, and from Robert King, one of the Angola Three. The three men were kept in solitary confinement in Angola Prison for decades.
As It HappensResearchers study New Yorker cartoons for what they say about parentingAug 26, 2015 | 6:14So the goat says to the other goat: "Kids today!" Researchers track trends in parenting over the decades by examining 80 years' worth of New Yorker cartoons.
As It HappensPigeon Lake wild rice harvester upsets property ownersAug 25, 2015 | 6:32First Nation wild rice harvester James Whetung's large-scale rice-growing operation on Pigeon Lake north of Peterborough has local property-owners upset, complaining that he's ruining the lake for everyone else
As It HappensAIH: Fentanyl User (24/08/2015)Aug 25, 2015 | 7:01The high road. Fentanyl has killed hundreds of Canadians -- and our guest shares the details of his decade-long addiction to a drug he knows can be lethal.
As It HappensA Mississauga man speaks out on his addiction to fentanylAug 25, 2015 | 7:01A Mississauga man says he can't stop using fentanyl because the high makes him indescribably happy. While he understands the risks associated with using fentanyl, he says that he believes that he can use the drug safely.
As It HappensN.S. physician calls on medical community to address opioid crisisAug 25, 2015 | 7:12Dr. Douglas Grant says that we're in the midst of an opioid epidemic because physicians are too easily and frequently prescribing pain medication and it's making it's way to the streets.
As It HappensMuch destruction, few answers in the wake of Tianjin explosionsAug 24, 2015 | 6:29It's been almost two weeks since an explosion at a chemical warehouse in Tianjin, China killed more than 100 people. And still, very little is known about what caused the blasts -- and what the long-term effects will be.
As It HappensRising Argentinian ballerina in coma after North Vancouver rollerblading accidentAug 21, 2015 | 6:03Lucila Munaretto is a ballerina who was becoming known in Vancouver's dance community for her dramatic and beautiful style. But last week, the 21-year-old was hit by a car. After a week in hospital with a serious head injury -- she still hasn't woken up.