As It Happens: Monday Edition

Monday, Oct. 22, 2018
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Part One

Khashoggi: exports
After weeks of denial, Saudi Arabia finally claims Jamal Khashoggi's killers acted on their own, and the Crown Prince was oblivious — but the world has responded with incredulity. 

Vancouver mayor
Former NDP Kennedy Stewart is elected mayor of Vancouver, after a campaign that centred on affordable housing — he explains how he'll tackle the problem. 

Cow photos coffee book
P.E.I. dairy farmer Bloyce Thompson creates glamour shots showcasing his cows in picturesque locations — and, given the state of his industry, puts his faith in bovine providence.

Part Two

#MeToo apology
After sharing her own #MeToo experiences, Halifax newspaper columnist Lezlie Lowe is surprised to get a letter of apology from a man who assaulted her, 30 years ago. 

Uighur activist
Rushan Abbas, a Uighur woman living in the U.S., fears for her sister and aunt who vanished from their homes in China — because she believes the authorities sent them to internment camps in retaliation for her own activism. 

Part Three

Barbara Winters feature interview on Corporal Nathan Cirillo
Four years after Corporal Nathan Cirillo was killed in Ottawa, one of the people who tried to save him speaks about her pain — and her desire to inspire others.