As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Nova Scotia fire deaths
They were supposed to be out of danger. But this morning, in Halifax, an early-morning fire destroyed the home of a family of Syrian refugees — and killed all seven children.
France cemetery vandalism
Vandals deface dozens of tombstones in a Jewish cemetery in France — and some critics blame the yellow-vest movement for fuelling rising anti-Semitism.
Karl Lagerfeld saw the world through dark-coloured glasses — but there was more to the late fashion designer than a stylish persona.
SNC Lavalin: Butts latest
Now that the PM's right-hand man has moved on, the government would like to do the same — but the opposition doesn't believe Gerald Butts' resignation has cleared anything up.
No priest extradiction
Several people in Nunavut say a French priest assaulted them decades ago. So they're shocked to learn that the Canadian government has stayed sexual abuse charges against Father Johannes Rivoire. In 2017 — without announcing the decision.
The German airline Lufthansa is suing a passenger for skipping the last leg of a trip. It's called "skiplagging", and our guest says it's a great way to lower your airfare — but it can also be a risky gamble.
France's Fencing Federation officially recognizes light-sabre duelling — yes, the kind from "Star Wars" — and attracts a lot of Luke-alikes.