As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
Nova Scotia mentally incompetent: mother
Twenty-five-year-old Landon Webb said he would challenge the Nova Scotia law under which he was declared "incompetent" -- but his mother says she should remain his guardian.
Nova Scotia mentally incompetent: professor
Archie Kaiser teaches law at Dalhousie University, and he says it's about time the province review its Incompetent Persons Act.
An Ontario wildlife sanctuary needed someone to transport a sick beaver -- and was relieved when it received a reprieve from a driver who contrived to deliver that beaver alive.
Deaf blind: Air Canada
Air Canada policy dictated that Carrie Moffat had to be accompanied by an attendant to fly, as a deaf-blind passenger -- until she fought back.
From Our Archives: John Trudell obit
The late John Trudell was a poet, a musician, an activist, and a powerful figure in the American Indian Movement -- once described by the FBI as "extremely eloquent, and therefore extremely dangerous."
Rebels give up Homs, the symbolic capital of the Syrian revolution, in a truce with Bashar al-Assad's forces -- in exchange for free passage out of the city and the lifting of a government siege.
Radio ads director
A BC radio news director resigns after his bosses ask his reporters to start soliciting ads from local businesses.
UK cows lost
Miraculously, a British cattle farmer found that almost every one of his pregnant cows survived being swept away by flooding.