George W. Bush, convenience marriages, Champions of Change
Mike Brown's name was linked to Hurricane Katrina by one of the most divisive politicians ever. As former U.S. President George W. Bush releases his memoir "Decision Points," we revisit the Bush years with the former deputy director of FEMA Mike Brown.
It's the most popular story at CBCNews.ca: Marriages of convenience problems persist. Tonight, people who marry their way into Canada.
Almost 2,000 nominations came in from across the country for our Champions of Change volunteer search, and they've been narrowed down to the Top 50. On the list is Reverend Sky Star, a volunteer in Toronto's Jane/Finch corridor, a neighbourhood that's notorious for drug and gang-related violence. She created a grief support organization that helps residents deal with the aftermath of violence. We have her story tonight.
Plus "What in the World," Mark's Disconnect of the day, and Reshmi with the latest news. 8:00 p.m. ET live.