As It Happens: Monday Edition
After weeks of negotiations following a tight election, British Columbia's Green Party announces it's teaming up with the provincial NDP to bring down the Liberals.
Conservative Leadership: Trost
The Conservative Party chooses Andrew Scheer as its new leader, but the socially conservative Brad Trost had a strong showing — and tonight, he'll hold forth about coming fourth.
On Saturday night, Luke Doucet cut a dashing figure playing a concert — and on Sunday morning, he literally dashed to a top-thirty finish in an Ottawa half-marathon.
American President Donald Trump declares his trip to Europe "a great success for America" — but for German Chancellor Angela Merkel, it apparently proved the European Union can no longer depend on the U.S. as an ally.
A championship bout leaves a New Brunswick boxer with a major brain injury — and while his opponent says he tried to have the fight stopped, he also says it's just part of the sport.
It's called "Jordan's Principle". It says that First Nations children should be able to receive the same services as everyone else, immediately, regardless of any disputes about who's going to pay. And the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal says the federal government is not yet following that principle.
They're ferocious, sideways-walking cannibals with a taste for baby lobsters. And tragically, they're not delicious. We'll talk to a scientist who's trying to figure out how to fight an invasion of green crabs in Newfoundland.
A Hamilton research engineer uses his common sense — well, one cent, anyway — as a tiny canvas for an even tinier, three-dimensional carving of a Canadian flag.