As It Happens: Monday Edition
Residential Schools Vigil
The gifts will keep on giving. A residential school survivor in Victoria finds new homes for hundreds of children's shoes and toys brought to local vigils last month.
Re-united states. A Canadian man in Detroit is relieved he can finally cross the border to see his parents without quarantining, but says his 10-year-old daughter may not be so lucky.
Scotland Sex Tour
Let's talk about sex, bonnie. The National Trust of Scotland is offering visitors a peek into the sex lives of 17th century Scots...linen condoms and all.
Treaty 11 Replica Jacket
A seamstress who recreated the jacket given to chiefs who signed Treaty 11 one hundred years ago this summer reflects on how the century-old agreement changed the fabric of her society.
Yosemite Highline Walk
High jinks. A pair of brothers in California who love slacklining strung up a rope nearly 500 meters above Yosemite National Park and managed to break ... a huge record. And thankfully nothing else
Zambia PM Kenneth Kaunda Obit
Remembering a strong leader. Zambia mourns the death of its founding father -- the country's first president who paved the way for independence for more than just his country.
New research in Florida finds that crayfish in water laced with traces of antidepressants can lose their inhibitions -- which our guest says makes them vulnerable to losing more than that.