No Jobs, Depression in Sports & Assange Loses Support
Millions are looking for work in the U.S. but there are zero jobs to be had. The U.S. economy effectively created no new jobs in August, stunning economists who had been expecting at least 80,000 new positions to be created. We'll have reaction - and what it may mean for Canada. And we'll ask: what should the U-S government do, to get America working again?
Many want Barack Obama to unveil bold new measures next week when he speaks about jobs in primetime. We'll look at the options - and hear from a man who's organizing an event in Pittsburgh - where tens of thousands are expected to march for jobs, protesting the administration's economic plan.
Also tonight - Wade Belak's mother confirmed to CBC News today that her son suffered from depression. We're looking at mental health and sports. Does the culture of team sports stop athletes from seeking help?
Plus, after the cables and the controversy, has WikiLeaks finally gone too far? Tonight, why Julian Assange's latest move is costing him some of his biggest supporters.
Tom Harrington is with us tonight. Tune in at 8 p.m. ET on CBC NN.