As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
After the Liberals win an unexpected majority, we speak with the woman who's responsible for the man who will be Prime Minister: Justin Trudeau's mother, Margaret.
Conservatives: Lisa Raitt
The Conservatives replace the NDP as the Official Opposition -- and former Transport Minister Lisa Raitt is one of a handful of former cabinet ministers who'll return to Parliament.
St. Louis churches
After a spate of fires at black churches across St. Louis, one pastor worries that something he calls "Ferguson Fatigue" may be the reason for apathy in the religious community.
NDP: Ruth Ellen Brosseau
The NDP is back in third place, losing fifty-one seats -- but in Quebec, Ruth Ellen Brosseau keeps her seat while so many around her have lost theirs.
Liberals: Kent Hehr
For a Liberal majority to replace a Conservative majority, the party had to pick up seats in ridings considered Tory strongholds -- and our guest, the MP-elect in Calgary Centre, did just that.
Kunduz: Médécins Sans Frontières
It's been more than two weeks since a U.S. airstrike destroyed a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan, killing at least 22 people. And tonight, the organization's International President shares her frustration with the lack of answers on what happened and why.
A new study in the United States is casting doubt on the accepted treatment for schizophrenia.
Liberals: Hunter Tootoo
Hunter Tootoo is the Inuit MP who unseated former Conservative Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq last night in Nunavut.