On the radar:
After winning four medals in the first two days of Olympic competition in Sochi, Monday could be another multi-medal day for Team Canada. Charles Hamelin already has the day off to a winning start, taking gold in the men's 1,500-metre short-track final. Among the other contenders, we'll be watching freestyle skier Alex Bilodeau, who took gold in Vancouver, later in the day. Get complete coverage from #CTVSochi here.
While you were asleep:
Adding a new chapter to an Australian media sensation, the woman convicted of smuggling marijuana into Indonesia's tourist island of Bali walked free after nine years in jail. Here's why her case is a big deal Down Under.
In case you missed it:
Most Baby Boomers can remember watching The Beatles' historic performance on the Ed Sullivan Show 50 years ago, but how many Canadians of that era are aware a Nova Scotia radio DJ was likely the first to play The Fab Four's music over the North American airwaves? CTV Atlantic Bureau Chief Todd Battis got the beat on that historic story.
From Beatlemania to app-mania: The creator of the frustratingly addictive Flappy Bird has yanked the lucrative mobile game from online stores saying, "it ruins my simple life." Find out why he "cannot take it anymore".
Finally, ahead of the federal budget Tuesday, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty told CTV's Question Period that he's close to balancing the books, and that that means infrastructure projects will be a priority in his fiscal plan. Find out what else to expect here.