As It Happens: Monday Edition
Melting glaciers are just the tip of the iceberg — as a new report reveals Canada is actually warming faster than the rest of the world.
Dinner with a View: anti-poverty activist
A quirky new fine-dining restaurant opens under a Toronto expressway — where, activists point out, a community of homeless people was evicted just weeks ago.
Romeo and Juliet frogs
After a long search, scientists found a Juliet for Romeo, the world's loneliest frog — and now, the amphibious couple has finally coupled.
Players in the Canadian Womens Hockey League are shocked by the news that their league is abruptly shutting down — saying its business model is unsustainable.
Fed up with the policies of the incumbent, Petro Poroshenko, Ukrainians look set to elect his unlikely rival: an actor who plays the president in a sitcom.
Peter Pond Lake crash
Sixty years after it crashed in a Saskatchewan lake, a Cessna is hoisted out of its watery grave, and taken to an aviation museum.
Encore: Dragonfly Eyes film
An encore presentation of Carol's 2017 interview with Chinese artist Xu Bing, about his first-ever feature film which premiered at that year's Toronto International Film Festival. It's called "Dragonfly Eyes" and it's fiction but it was created entirely using footage from surveillance cameras.