As It Happens: Friday Edition
Victoria No Canada Day
The discovery at the former residential school in Kamloops leaves the city of Victoria, British Columbia more inclined to contemplate than celebrate -- so it's cancelled its original Canada Day plans.
CA Salmon Move
Fish out of water. California hatcheries are trucking tens of millions of juvenile salmon to Pacific waters this year -- to avoid rivers so warm that they're lethal to the fish.
Ontario Patios Open
A taste of old times. As Ontario starts to open up, people are heading to patios. We'll hear from a Toronto sous chef, who is more than ready for some busy days ahead.
We knew there was infighting in the Green Party. But until one of its three MPs defected to the Liberals yesterday, we didn't know how bad it was. Jenica Atwin explains her decision to cross the floor.
Ever Given Still There
After getting stuck in the Suez Canal, the Ever Given is now stuck in a legal nightmare -- and a lawyer working for companies with cargo on the ship says Egyptian authorities should stop rocking the boat.
Encore Alexandra Morton
An encore presentation of Carol's interview with Alexandra Morton -- who's spent decades fighting to end fish farms on the West Coast. She'll describe how she became an activist as well as a biologist. And explain why she's nowhere close to considering retirement.