As It Happens: Thursday Edition
Canola: International Trade Minister Carr
Canada's international trade minister will increase the loans available to canola farmers, until China lifts the restrictions it imposed after the arrest of a Chinese executive in Vancouver.
Caster Semenya: doctor
He testified in support of runner Caster Semenya — and now, Dr. Alun Williams says the ruling that she has to reduce her testosterone in order to compete in women's events is a big mistake.
Plane crash rescue
In Labrador, a search-and-rescue team braves a blizzard and has to climb, then crawl to reach two men whose plane crashed into the side of a remote mountain.
Women's hockey boycott
More than 200 professional women's hockey players from Canada and the U.S. say they won't play in North America until a single, economically-viable league is established.
For two Scottish brothers, it wasn't the journey, it was the destinations — as they travelled around the UK visiting the places with the rudest names. Andy Tait shares highlights from their first-crass travels.
Fort Mac sculpture
Three years after a wildfire destroyed much of Fort McMurray, a new sculpture in the community is helping people cope with what they've lost.