Pickton, Miss Pakistan World, childhood cancer
Tonight on the show:
Call it the investigation into the investigation. Three years after Robert Pickton was convicted of murdering six women who disappeared from Vancouver's downtown eastside, police released an internal report today about their investigation. Among the findings, police had enough evidence to arrest Pickton years before his murder spree ended. Tonight, we talk to a reporter who tried to break the case long before police did.
A slow-motion tsunami. That's how UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon describes the flooding in Pakistan. Despite the disaster, tonight Pakistani women compete in The Miss Pakistan World pageant here in the Toronto area. Should the beauty contest take place at a time like this?
To view a photo gallery of relief efforts click here.
At only 16 years old, Megan McNeil was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called Adrenalcortical Carcinoma. As she posts on Facebook, "basically, you could say I won the crappy lottery." Megan's written a song to raise awareness about other kids in her situation. She shares her story with us tonight.
Plus Reshmi's on the newsdesk, and Mark's disconnect for the day. Don't miss it, 8:00 p.m. ET live.