As It Happens: Friday Edition
UK Election: SNP
One party that fared well during the election is prepared to say "fare thee well" to the U.K. if Brexit proceeds, a point that a Scottish National Party politician says the Tories would do well to remember.
UK Election: Conservative
In Britain, the Tories' resounding victory gives them a clear mandate to move ahead with Brexit.
The waters off Newfoundland and Labrador were believed to be too cold to support an oyster harvest but one man is determined to turn the tides on that assumption.
Denmark Wind Farm
Denmark embarks on an ambitious plan to increase its wind power production even as it leads Europe in being a clean energy user.
Alberta Drug Switch
The Alberta government says it will no longer fund 'biologics' drugs used to treat diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn's disease for patients without health insurance. But some doctors and patients are raising concerns about the plan to switch to copycat drugs known as 'biosimilars'.
Two years after the discovery of cave drawings on the island of Sulawesi, researchers think they may represent the oldest cave story of its kind ever told, some 44 thousand years ago.
You may have heard of the famous Russian study that claimed to show wild foxes could be domesticated in just ten generations. But researchers now believe that story is wrong and that the real story begins in, of all places, Prince Edward Island.
As It Happens was produced this week by:
and Kate Swoger
Our technicians this week are Brittany Amodeo and Gabbie Hagoriles. The show directors this week are Reynold Gonsalves and John McGill. The writers this week are Kevin Ball and Chris Howden.
Robin Smythe is our senior producer this week. And the Executive Producer of As It Happens this week is Lynda Shorten.
We'd also like to thank some other people who helped us out this week:
Mary-Catherine MacIntosh in Halifax
Susan McKenzie in Montreal
Max Paris in Ottawa
Andrea Bellemare, Showwei Chu, Kirsten Fenn, Keith Hart, Varad Mehta, Andrew Nguyen, and Luke Williams -- all in Toronto
Suzanne Dufresne in Winnipeg
Anne Penman in Vancouver
and Elizabeth Hames in Victoria, B.C.