As It Happens

As It Happens: The Thursday Edition

Full episode audio available at 8 p.m. ET.

Episode Transcript

Part One

SK Unmarked Graves
After as many as 715 unmarked graves are found at the site of a former residential school in Saskatchewan, one former Truth and Reconciliation commissioner says it's time for Canadians to face up to some terrible truths.

Deb Halaand Schools
The United States' first Indigenous cabinet secretary announces an investigation into her country's version of residential schools.

Miami Condo Collapse
Authorities in Florida are scrambling to figure out what made a 12-storey residential building abruptly collapse -- leaving dozens injured or unaccounted for.

Part Two

Trinity Bellwoods Resident
Breaking camp, and breaking promises. A woman who was kicked out of her tent at a downtown Toronto park says the city hasn't helped her find a new place to stay -- despite committing to do just that. 

Britney Spears Hearing
Finding her voice. In a dramatic hearing yesterday, Britney Spears spoke out against a legal conservatorship that has controlled her life for over a decade -- and made a bid to take back control. 

Part Three

Cruise control. The United Nations' heritage office warns Venice that it's about to land on their endangered list if it doesn't start sending cruise ships somewhere else.

Encore: Terms and Conditions
In 2015, US cartoonist Robert Sikoryak turned the entire contents of the iTunes Terms and Conditions into a graphic novel. From our archives, we hear his conversation with Carol.