As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Ontario sex-ed curriculum supporter
In stark contrast to our guest last night, Rabea Murtaza is a staunch proponent of Ontario's new sex-education curriculum -- so much so that she's started a campaign to support it.
The discovery of thirty bodies at a human-trafficking camp confirms the extent of the persecution and abuse of Rohingya Muslims in Thailand and Burma.
The Prime Minister of Singapore is a real puzzler. But what's clear -- as crossword guru Will Shortz will explain -- is that the Singaporean PM has somehow created a program to save you time by solving your Sudoku puzzle.
A spokesperson for the Mohawk Council of Kahnawake condemns the threats faced by one couple -- but defends the rule demanding that mixed couple be evicted from the community
Church noise complaints
A Vermont woman has some serious problems with a neighbour who won't stop blaring tinny, bad-quality MP3's -- problems complicated by the fact that the neighbour is a church.
Ovarian cancer study
It's hard to diagnose. Now, a new blood test could help doctors detect ovarian cancer earlier-- and therefore start treating it sooner.
Temporary changes to Ontario Coroner's Act regulations will allow for more First Nations representation in jury pools for northern Ontario coroner's inquests.
a crackdown on busking in London seems to be targeting one group, fairly or unfairly: bagpipers. A piper argues for common sense and common courtesy when it comes to the playing of the pipes in public.