Haiti Now, live from Montreal
Last year at this time, Mark was speaking to Montreal's Haitian community about how they were coping. Today in Haiti, so much destruction remains. Mark finds out how Haitian-Canadians are feeling on the one year anniversary of the quake.
Dan Woolley was almost buried alive by the Haiti earthquake. He survived underneath the rubble of Hotel Montana for 65 hours by drinking his own urine and treating his head and leg injuries with an iPhone app. He's returned to Haiti to finish the work he started before the earthquake hit. Dan shares his incredible tale of survival with us tonight.
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We also look back at how the Haiti earthquake unfolded in the news, and get the latest from Paul Hunter who's on the ground in Port-au-Prince.
Plus, U.S. President Obama's speech in Arizona tonight, and the latest on the Toronto policeman killed by a stolen snowplow. Join us live from Montreal tonight at 8:00 p.m. ET live on CBC NN.