As It Happens: The Wednesday Edition
Now that pot's legal, the feds say they'll also make it easier for people convicted of possession to receive pardons — but our guest wants his record wiped clean.
A British MP says it's telling that the apparent murder of Jamal Khashoggi has prompted outrage against Saudi Arabia —and a Saudi war that's killed thousands in Yemen has not.
Our guest made sure to be the first customer when a Newfoundland store started selling legal weed — and tonight, he'll tell us how it felt to buy that weed from his own son.
Insect Die Off
Forty years after their last visit to a Puerto Rican rainforest, two biologists find an astounding drop in the number of insects — and the number of creatures that feed on them.
Mining Rescue Team
The world's first all-female mine rescue team to compete in an international competition is Canadian — and deep down, their founder always knew they'd make it deep down.
Marijuana: Matt Mernagh
He went through the grinder — and now everyone's using one. Matt Mernagh fought all the way to the Supreme Court to legalize pot — and years later, the new law seems like a pipe dream.
Ottawa Twitter Suit
A trio of political activists argues they have a constitutional right not to be blocked by Ottawa's mayor on Twitter — but the mayor insists he has a right to decide who has access to his personal account.