NRA in Canada, women in U.S. politics, schoolhouse rock
With the upcoming vote on the controversial long-gun registry, Canadians and politicians are divided. Should we keep it? Should we scrap it? CBC News has learned that the NRA has been trying abolish it, for more than a decade. Why are American gun lobbyists up here? We have the latest.
As American midterm primaries are held in seven northern states today, has politics gotten better for women? Rebecca Traister says yes. She's the author of "Big Girls Don't Cry: The Election that Changed Everything for American Women" and is on the show tonight.
"We don't need no education..." Well, maybe school's not that bad after all. This week, 25 students from the Regent Park School of Music will join Pink Floyd's Roger Waters for a performance of "Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)" at the Air Canada Centre. Our Nick Purdon brings us this story tonight. 8:00 p.m. ET live on CBC NN.
Coming up tomorrow: Meet Jade Raymond, a Canadian video game exec redefining how women are seen in the industry.
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