August 2011 Archives
The Long Road to Sirte & The War Against Drunk Driving
As rebels close in on Gadhafi's hometown of Sirte, they are bracing themselves for the final offensive against the last major city controlled by loyalists
Connect wins at the Gemini Awards
From left to right: Senior Producer Ingrid Bakewell, Host Mark Kelley, Senior Producer Chad Paulin, Executive Producer Caroline Harvey, Director Steve Pennie Mark Kelley was named Best Host...
Irene's Reality, Gadhafi's Family & Political Dynasties
Who will be the next leader of the NDP? Some say Olivia Chow. We'll look at the pros and cons of political dynasty.
Bracing for Irene & Saying Goodbye to Jack
Jack Layton returns home, and draws an emotional crowd. Mark went to Toronto City Hall today and we'll have that story for you tonight
The Hunt for Gadhafi, Cracking Cold Cases & Surviving a Plane Crash
Libyan rebel leaders offer more than $1-million for the death or capture of Gadhafi. Tonight we're talking with a man who put in nearly decade, with Gadhafi.
Storming Gadhafi's Compound & Remembering Jack Layton
The Gadhafi compound burns in Tripoli, after rebel forces stormed it earlier today. Is this a new beginning for the people of Libya?
Remembering Jack Layton
Join us tonight at 8 p.m. ET as Mark hosts the show live from the Danforth.
Finding Fugitives, Ousting Assad & Avoiding Mirrors
Today the U.S. along with Britain, France, and Germany asked Assad step down as President of Syria. But why did it take 155 days since unrest began in that country?
Riot Justice, 9/11 Controversy & The Situation
There's tension in N.Y. ahead of the 9/11 anniversary. Emergency personnel who were the first on the scene ten years ago, weren't invited to attend the memorial at Ground Zero this year. We'll have reaction tonight.
B.C.Crime Boss Killed, Back from Somalia, & Whirlwind Wedding
RCMP in B.C.confirm the victim of a brazen daylight shooting at a Kelowna hotel was notorious gang leader Jonathan Bacon. We'll talk to a former gang member on what's fueling the violence in the streets.
Protests in Syria, After the Riots & Bert and Ernie
Bert and Ernie's relationship has everyone talking. But why do so many people want to know what's going on inside these puppets' bedroom?
Crackdown on Rioters, Flash Mobs in Philadelphia & @CondeElevator
A secret tweeter is exposing the secrets of Conde Nast one elevator ride at a time.
Send us your thoughts - Risqué Photo Shoot
Ten-year-old French model Thylane Blondeau.We received a lot of comments about this story and we're hoping you can also send us an email to email@example.com with your thoughts as...
Riots Rage On, Market Madness & a Canadian Hero
We'll talk to the Canadian mountain climber who risked his life to save another man, left for dead. Tonight he tells us his remarkable story.
Violence in London, Order of Canada & Sex on the Rocks
We'll take you inside the riots tonight and find out what's fueling them.
Market Meltdown, London's Burning & Writing Your Own Obit
A woman from Nova Scotia woman is so desperate to lose weight, she wrote her own obituary. Tonight, she'll tell you why.
Risqué Photo Shoot, Ted Bundy's Blood and Preserving Books
A 10-year-old model turns heads around the world and reopens a debate in the modelling world. Tonight we're asking a model insider the question: How young is too young?
Inside Al-Shabaab, Warren Jeffs on Trial & Canada's Mark Zuckerberg?
As the famine in Somalia spreads the militant group Al-Shabaab is blocking aid from getting to those who need it most. Tonight we'll talk to a former member of Al-Shabaab.
Connect Nominated for Gemini Awards
Connect with Mark Kelley is nominated for three Gemini Awards, including Best News Information Series. Mark is nominated for Best Host or Interviewer in a News Information Program or Series,...
Mubarak on trial, hack attack & a man on a wire
Tightrope walker Nik Wallenda wants to walk acorss Niagra Falls. HIs biggest obstacle will be convincing the Niagara Parks commission to let him do it. Tonight, he makes his case to us.
The Deal is done, Fukushima radiation, and Tim Robbins
This weekend Gabrielle Giffords made her return to the U.S. capitol and captured the room. Tonight we'll talk to the man who helped save her life.