As It Happens: Monday Edition
Mueller report: Congressman
DonaldTrump says Robert Mueller's long-awaited report exonerates him — but a Democratic Congressman says the public needs to read the whole thing before jumping to the President's conclusions.
Two of the refugees who sheltered Edward Snowden in Hong Kong in 2013 have been granted asylum in Canada — and we'll hear why they needed to come.
Uri Geller: Brexit
If you wish Theresa May would change her mind about Brexit, why not join psychic Uri Geller and help her change it, through the simple process of mass telepathy?
Mueller report: Republican
Republican advisor Scott Jennings tells us Democrats should take it as read that the President is not guilty, and move on — for the good of the country.
Reporter airplane harassment
While on a flight, the Toronto Star's Vancouver bureau chief Joanna Chiu overhears a man's creepy advances toward a teenage passenger — and intervenes to offer her some air support.
NDP MP Randall Garrision joins the UN and the European Union in asking why the Trudeau government is reluctant to extend its peacekeeping mission in Mali.
Hundreds of thousands of baby and not-so-baby cane toads are swarming gated communities in the Palm Beach Gardens area of South Florida. And one team of heroes is there to help: the Toad Busters.