As It Happens: Monday Edition
He was going home to change his shoes. But on his way 17-year-old Jonathan Davis was hit by a bullet — the latest victim of gun violence in the Toronto area.
Saudi oil attacks
Two Saudi oil facilities are badly damaged, Houthi rebels in Yemen have claimed responsibility — and there are big questions about how low-tech drones could penetrate such high-security sites.
Scientists at MIT have created a brand-new black so black it absorbs nearly 100 percent of light — and we'll find out whether they're as scared of it as we are.
B.C. bus accident
Two 18-year-old University of Victoria students are dead after a bus crashes in BC — and a local First Nations' leader says he's been calling for upgrades to that road for years.
When he was in Great Big Sea, Séan McCann was an ambassador for Newfoundland — and for the joys of a drunken party. Now, he's been sober eight years — and he's singing a different tune.
Bernier debates analysis
The People's Party of Canada is celebrating, after its leader, Maxime Bernier, is invited to debate his major party rivals. Pollster Greg Lyle tells us this could be the beginning of big things for Mr. Bernier — or the beginning of the end.
If you despise rats, here are two bits of news that will confuse you at first, but impress you later: they can be trained to play hide-and-seek — and they have fun while playing it.