As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Yazidi refugees in Canada are struggling with severe PTSD — and one doctor thinks a change in family reunification policy could help them recover.
A town councillor in Northern Ontario gives up his seat, rather than pledge to the Queen during his swearing-in ceremony.
Colorodo town snowballs
A 9-year-old Colorado boy shows his neighbours how he rolls — by convincing his town council to lift a 98-year ban on snowball fights.
New Brunswick church money delayed
Years after he was sexually abused by a priest as a boy, our guest was offered compensation from the Catholic Church — but 3 years later, he's still waiting for the cheque.
A Toronto artist is diagnosed with heavy-metal poisoning — after discovering the mussel shells she used in her art for years were toxic.
Wrestling Canada report
A new report sheds light on the disturbing culture around coaches and competitors in Canadian Olympic-style wrestling. And it finds — among other things — that the sport's governing body has no mechanism for curbing either harassment or psychological abuse.
Every few years, male humpbacks start singing different songs — and now, scientists have figured out how the deep-sea jukebox gets changed. The ballad of the ballads of the humpback whale, still to come.