As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
Three young girls are killed after they're buried in canola seed -- leaving a small Alberta community in grief and disbelief.
New Conservative ads make some pretty serious claims about Justin Trudeau's stance on drugs and prostitution -- but the Liberal candidate in Vancouver South begs to differ.
A BC doctor is named Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his haunting picture of a red fox preying on an Arctic fox on a snow-covered expanse in northern Manitoba.
A Vancouver entrepreneur isn't just spending his time fighting Bill C-51 -- he's spending a million dollars of his own money.
While Exxon Mobil publicly played down the reality of global warming, its own scientists were helping the company prepare contingencies for a thawing Arctic.
Newfoundland ship captain
He knows he's lucky to be alive. But the captain of a ship that sank off Nunavut last month says luck played too big a role -- and that the search-and-rescue operation was a botch job that could have cost lives.
While a confidentiality agreement prevents a Toronto doctor from disclosing what he found out about a popular morning sickness drug, he can say he won't be prescribing it.
Two policemen testify and throw more doubt over the police investigation into the death of New Brunswick businessman Richard Oland.