As It Happens: Thursday Edition
Donald Trump's former lawyer pleads guilty to lying to Congress about plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow — raising new questions about the President's ties to Russia.
Ontario climate plan
The Ontario government's climate-change plan includes money for companies who reduce emissions — but the province's environmental commissioner isn't buying it.
Dozer the steer
First we heard about Knickers the ridiculously huge Australian steer — and now it turns out we've overlooked a Canadian steer who would overlook him.
Canada imposes sanctions on the Saudis it says were responsible for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi — but our guest says that list should include Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman.
Our guest does — because he's recruited his students to produce the first-ever film in that not-quite—dead language — which no one has spoken for well over two millennia.
B.C. laundering follow-up
After a large-scale money laundering prosecution in B.C. falls apart, the province's Attorney-General demands to know how a case like that can falter before making it to trial.
Amanda Simard out
Franco-Ontario MPP Amanda Simard has left Doug Ford's caucus to sit as an independent — and francophones in her riding are applauding her for sticking up for their rights.