1. Look up in the sky it's a...:  Social media lit up on Sunday, with multiple reports of a possible meteor strike in southern Ontario. The unconfirmed reports are being investigated by the American Meteor Society.

2. Pistorius trial resumes: Oscar Pistorius is back in court as his murder trial resumes after a two-week recess. At the heart of the televised trial is whether Pistorius fired his gun with the intention to kill then-girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, or with the belief that his life was in danger from an apparent intruder. With the case expected to last another two weeks, at least, here's a preview of what's still to come.

3. Raptors eliminated: After a nail-biting Game 7, the Brooklyn Nets beat the Raptors, eliminating Toronto's team from the first round of the NBA playoffs. No word if Raptors coach Dwane Casey –- who took the "good old reliable" TTC to the game at the ACC -– took the subway home.

4. Honouring Canada's mission: A team of Canadian soldiers are taking part in a five-day run honouring Canada's mission in Afghanistan. The race, "Soldier on Afghanistan Relay," is set to end in Ottawa on Friday.

5. Hadfield on the mic, again: Retired Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield will entertain thousands of Canadian students on Monday, when he takes part in a webcast to sing the official Music Monday theme song entitled "I.S.S." (Is Somebody Singing). Last year, Hadfield performed the song from outer space.

5 things to know for Monday May 5, 2014
5 things to know on CTVNews.ca for Monday May 5, 2014
By: Fan-Yee Suen

1. Look up in the sky it's a...: Social media lit up on Sunday, with multiple reports of a possible meteor strike in southern Ontario. The unconfirmed reports are being investigated by the American Meteor Society.
http://www.ctvnews.ca/sci-tech/meteor-strike-in-ontario-flash-of-blue-light-loud-boom-reported-on-social-media-1.1805715

2. Pistorius trial resumes: Oscar Pistorius is back in court as the murder trial resumes after a two-week recess. At the heart of the televised trial is whether Pistorius fired his gun with the intention to kill then-girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, or with the belief that his life was in danger from an apparent intruder.
http://www.ctvnews.ca/world/witness-recounts-pistorius-call-i-shot-reeva-1.1806093

http://www.ctvnews.ca/world/at-a-glance-what-s-still-to-come-in-the-oscar-pistorius-murder-trial-1.1805440

3. Raptors eliminated: After a nail-biting Game 7, the Brooklyn Nets beat the Raptors, (hyperlink: http://www.ctvnews.ca/sports/raptors-eliminated-from-playoffs-after-104-103-loss-to-the-nets-1.1805574), eliminating Toronto's team from the first round of the NBA playoffs. No word if Raptors coach Dwane Casey –- who took the "good old reliable" TTC to the game at the ACC -– took the subway home.
http://www.ctvnews.ca/sports/raptors-coach-forced-to-take-ttc-to-game-7-due-to-traffic-congestion-1.1805425

4. Honouring Canada's mission: A team of Canadian soldiers taking part in a five-day race honouring Canada's mission in Afghanistan starts their run in Napanee, Ont. Monday. The race, "Soldier on Afghanistan Relay," is set to end in Ottawa on Friday.
http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/canadian-soldiers-running-relay-to-honour-afghanistan-mission-1.1805334

5. Hadfield on the mic, again: Retired Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield will entertain thousands of Canadian students on Monday, when he takes part in a webcast to sing the official Music Monday theme song entitled "I.S.S." (Is Somebody Singing). Last year, Hadfield performed the song from outer space.