As It Happens: Monday Edition
When a family is left homeless after tornadoes in Ottawa and Gatineau a fire chief steps up and offers them his house.
Nova Scotia abortion
According to recent coverage, getting an abortion in Nova Scotia was easier than ever — but when she needed one, a Halifax journalist found it more difficult than she imagined.
West Elm painting
Calgary artist Jill Paddock was happy to have her painting up in a local West Elm store — and then the company issued bedding that matched the design of that very painting.
The government of Cameroon initially said a video in which women and children are brutally killed by soldiers was "fake news" — but a painstaking BBC investigation finds it's all too real.
Annie Kenney was the first suffragette to be jailed in the UK for fighting for women's right to vote — and now, a previously unknown letter from her has been found in a Canadian archive.
After visiting desperate families in Yemen, Denmark's former prime minister takes a message to world leaders at the UN: stop fueling the conflict now, or watch as thousands of children meet their end.
The U.K. launches a public inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal of the '70s and '80s — which killed three thousand people, and infected thousands more.