As it Happenswith Carol Off and Jeff Douglas
How this B.C. artist uses sliced up Air Jordans to connect with his Indigenous roots
Brian Jungen is known for transforming everyday objects extraordinary things, and the iconic basketball shoes are one of his favourite materials to work with.
Police review of Thunder Bay Indigenous deaths 'a big step,' says writer Tanya Talaga
Thunder Bay will review the deaths of nine Indigenous people in the city after a report by Ontario's police watchdog found that racist attitudes by police contributed to inadequate investigations.
Quebec's religious symbols law 'impossible to enforce,' says English school board head
Russell Copeman, the head of the Quebec English School Board Association, says he doesn't think there will be a great deal of co-operation within his schools to enforce the province's religious symbols ban.
This island in Norway wants to become the world's 1st 'time-free' zone
Kjell Hveding wants to stop time — at least on the small Norwegian island he calls home.
As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
June 19, 2019
Why this senator pushed stiffer penalties for violent crimes against Indigenous women
Independent Sen. Lillian Dyck has been pushing for harsher sentences for those who attack Indigenous women — and now the government has agreed to accept those changes in the Criminal Code.
Phoenix man says he built the world's largest coin pyramid out of pennies
Pyramids are testament to heights of human achievement — from the great pyramids at Giza that entombed ancient Egypt's royalty, to the pyramid of a million pennies in Cory Nielsen's garage.
A fish egg hatched after getting eaten and pooped out by a swan
They say the journey is more important than the destination. And if you're a killifish egg, that journey may include being eaten by a swan and travelling through its guts.
As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
June 18, 2019
Indian magician who drowned during river escape 'sacrificed his life' for magic: colleague
The body of an Indian magician Chanchal Lahiri, who was attempting a Houdini-styled stunt in the Ganges River, has been found, according to Indian media.
U.K. police under fire for plan to give blunt knives to domestic abuse survivors
The Nottinghamshire Police is working with victims of domestic abuse or those at risk to replace the sharp knives in their kitchens with blunt-tipped ones in hopes of reducing violent attacks.
'I live with fear,' says Montreal borough mayor whose harasser was acquitted of criminal charges
A judge ruled that although Sue Montgomery was harassed, it didn't meet the criteria for criminality because the Crown could not prove she feared for her safety.
As It Happens: Monday Edition
June 17, 2019
Raptors fan says he might be 'changed as a person' after watching Game 6 up close in Oakland
Toronto actor Ennis Esmer flew to California from Vancouver, where he's shooting a TV show, to watch the game live from the Oracle Arena.
Mysterious, deadly illness plaguing one of Malaysia's last Indigenous nomadic tribes
One of Malaysia's last Indigenous, nomadic communities has been hit with a wave of illness and deaths that nobody has been able to explain — but a doctor who recently visited the tribe says neglect and overdevelopment are to blame.
As It Happens: Friday Edition
June 14, 2019
Degrassi Palooza will be a 'high school reunion' for cast and fans, says Pat Mastroianni
Pat Mastroianni, who played Joey Jeremiah on the series, will be hosting the three-day convention in Toronto.
Profs took aim at dodgeball. Now the head of Dodgeball Canada is fighting back
Education researchers presented a paper calling the sport a tool of "oppression" and "dominance," but Duane Wysynski says dodgeball is a game of teamwork and strategy.
As It Happens: Thursday Edition
June 13, 2019
B.C. woman in 'complete shock' after sex abuse convictions tossed over court delays
It took Jeeti Pooni more than a decade to get justice for her and her sisters, and now she says all her efforts have been undone.
Hong Kong activist goes on hunger strike in the midst of protest crackdown
'It's not transparent. It's not just,' says Minnie Li of the legal system in mainland China, where she grew up. Li and a handful of hunger strikers are speaking out against the proposed new law.
'There's nothing we can do,' says N.L. couple whose flooded cabin floated away
Una Hoyles says her cabin has floated one kilometre away to the the other side of Bottomless Pond in Western Newfoundland.
As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
June 12, 2019
ISIS setting fire to crops in Syria and Iraq out of 'cold-blooded revenge,' monitor says
The number of wildfires in Syria and Iraq this year were significantly above and beyond what's expected for this time of year. Now officials and experts confirm the fires have been deliberately set.
Nardwuar the Human Serviette gets his own star on B.C.'s Walk of Fame
Nardwuar the Human Serviette says he's honoured that Canadians will walk all over him now that he has a star on Vancouver's Walk of Fame.