As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
SNC-Lavalin: Toronto Star journalist
In his much-anticipated testimony, Gerald Butts, the Prime Minister's former right-hand man, says neither he nor his colleagues applied pressure to the former Attorney-General.
QuadrigaCX says its founder died with the passcodes — stranding million upon millions of his customer's cryptocurrency. But now, it's been revealed that those locked online wallets were actually drained of cash months before Gerald Cotten's death.
Jerry Merryman obit
By inventing the calculator, the late Jerry Merryman and his team made it so much simpler for all of us to divide and conquer.
SNC-Lavalin: Elizabeth May
Green Party leader Elizabeth May found the testimony of Gerald Butts credible. But she also believes Jody Wilson-Raybould — and believes the government made a mistake on the SNC-Lavalin file.
Insurance company prize
Georgia high school teacher Donelan Andrews goes over every boring word of an insurance policy — and her double-checking wins her a single giant cheque.
Encore: far-right undercover
An encore presentation of Carol's interview with Patrik Hermansson — a Swedish student who worked as an undercover agent inside right-wing extremist groups.