As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
A Quebec judge says there's enough evidence to prosecute SNC Lavalin for bribing the Gadafhi dictatorship, and defrauding the Libyan people.
Velma Demerson Obit
In 1939, the late Velma Demerson was jailed for her relationship with a Chinese man — and our guest describes her tenacity in the face of sexism and racism.
89-year-old Bill Brown made a car that has two steering wheels facing opposite directions, and is both automatic and manual — so we'll try to figure out where he's coming from.
Human Rights Watch: Egypt Torture
Human Rights Watch says the Egyptian military is guilty of war crimes against civilians in its fight against a militia affiliated with ISIS.
If you download our guest's app, you can wander through the forest and hear the trees talking — sharing pleasant recollections, and bitter recriminations.
Breast Reduction Rules
The province of Nova Scotia denied our guest health-care coverage for her breast-reduction surgery. Now, it's changed its policy — after she spent two years challenging the rules.
Malaysia is the latest country to rebuke Canada for refusing to take responsibility for shipments of contaminated plastic recyclables. Our guest is a Canadian recycler who has some ideas about how we can protect the environment, without diplomatic incidents.