Monday: Afghans Vets Day, Soldiers with PTSD, Black Sox Video and more

The Conservative government has declared this Friday a national day to honour the fallen in Afghanistan, but some families are saying it's just a photo-op...Months after attempting suicide, and after months of fighting with National Defence, an Afghan veteran diagnosed with PTSD faces the end of his career with the military...A documentary filmmaker uncovers rare footage of baseball's biggest black eye -- the Chicago White Sox game-throwing scandal of 1919 -- buried for decades in Canada's national archives.

Part One

Afghan Vets Day
A father whose daughter was the first Canadian woman killed while serving in Afghanistan gives his opinion of this Friday's National Day of Honour.

Soldiers with PTSD
A veteran suffering from PTSD, who once attempted suicide, is looking at the end of his military career.

Black Sox Video
Film of the Chicago Black Sox Scandal of 1919 is found in a Canadian archive.

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Part Two

Supreme Court of Canada Justice Fight
More on the showdown between the Harper government and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

Whale eBay Sale
Some dos and don'ts of trying to sell a whale carcass on eBay from the mayor of a local town.

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Part Three

Afghan Landslide: MP
A local MP visits the area where there seems to be little hope of finding more survivors.

Drongo Study
A case of the bird that cried wolf...or any other predator to steal food.

Blue Human Condition
Folks in Adrian, Michigan are finding a local sculptor's work a little too steamy and he's blue about it.

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