BlackBerry Outage, Hate Speech & Egypt's Revolution
If you woke up this morning, reached for your BlackBerry, and were greeted with no messages - you weren't alone. Users around the world have been out of touch for three days, and for a good part of that day, so were Canadians. With Research In Motion already under fire from competitors and disappointing sales - we look at the impact the outage may have. Plus, in an age where everyone wants to stay connected, we hit the streets to find out how BlackBerry users are coping with the service disruption.
Also tonight - what's the line between hate and free speech? It's a question now in front of the Supreme Court of Canada. Bill Whatcott was charged with promoting hate after distributing anti-gay flyers in Regina and Saskatoon in 2001 and 2002. His case has gone all the way to the top court. We'll dig into the debate tonight.
And, young protesters on the streets demanding change. Not Occupy Wall Street, but the revolution in Egypt. Months after they toppled Mubarak, democracy still seems elusive. Tonight we're asking: has the revolution has turned into a military coup?
Plus, Reshmi Nair is tracking the latest on the Air Canada strike threat.
Join us at 8 p.m. ET, on CBC News Network.