As It Happens: The Thursday Edition
5G Cell Towers
The conspiracy theory that COVID-10 is connected to 5G cellphone networks is causing damage in the real world, including here in Canada.
A former US Navy Seal tells us the men he was asked to trained were less like soldiers, and more like hungry, untrained amateurs.
Flowbee Sold Out
A tech-writer says a pair of hair-clippers attached to a vacuum cleaner is probably not going to give people the quarantine-coiffed look they're after.
Google pulls the plug on its controversial plan to develop a smart city in Toronto. Jim Balsillie, the former head of Research in Motion, says the whole idea was troubled from the start.
Czech Mayors Targeted
An alleged Russian poisoning plot has three Czech mayors under police protection. The mayor of Prague tells us he's not entirely sure how he became a target.
After an audiologist realized that her hearing impaired patients couldn't hear her through her N95 mask, she found a way to clear things up.
Scientist know that otters like to juggle stones between their paws. They just don't know why. One theory suggested it was related to hunger, but a new study finds the answer is still up in the air.
The Banana Surprise Yumstation
An invention that allows you to inject an edible fluid into a banana emerges from our Archives. And if necessity is the mother of invention, necessity disowned this one.