As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
A northern Manitoba First Nation declares a state of emergency after multiple attempted suicides -- and the Chief says it's a "colonizers' system" that prevents his people from healing.
Right Whale Snow Cone
Fit to be untied. A biologist explains the elaborate rescue effort, involving everything from spotter planes to high-risk blades, to free Snow Cone the right whale from some fishing line.
After a silent 2020, the Eurovision Song Contest is making a full-throated return, and one of the competitors tells us how exactly that's possible right now.
A former U.S.-Middle East peace negotiator tells us it's long past time for Joe Biden to forcefully demand an end to Israeli strikes, and Hamas rocket attacks.
Hassan Diab Decision
A Canadian academic who was accused in a 1980 bombing in Paris was sent home to Ottawa from France, due to a lack of evidence -- but now, France says Hassan Diab must stand trial anyway.
AB Vaccine in MO
An Alberta woman explains why she and her husband crossed the border to get a COVID-19 vaccine from the Blackfeet Tribe in Montana.
PEI Anne of Green Gables
A Japanese-Canadian living on Prince Edward Island tells us why tourists from her homeland remain so enamored of Anne Shirley -- and how she's helping to bring the Green Gables experience to them, pandemic and all.