Montreal Protest, Triple Crown & Stolen Stroller
Protesters were out in force as the grand prix got underway in Montreal. The city's festival season is just starting, and protesters are vowing to make themselves heard. But will disrupting business hurt their protest? Gilbert Rozon, the founder of the Just For Laughs festival has emerged as a leader in search of order on the streets of Montreal. After some exchanges with students he sat down with student groups to try to find a way to save the festival season. Gilbert joins us tonight.
And, the Canadian-owned horse favoured to win the first triple crown in more than 30 years has retired. I'll Have Another had already won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, but now that he's out he has become the third horse in history to not compete in Belmont after winning the first two legs. We'll bring you the latest details from the ground.
Plus, when one mom's stroller was stolen, she was surprised to learn it was up for sale on Craigslist. She set up a sting, called the police and set off a chain of events that led to police finding millions of allegedly stolen goods. Tonight, meet the mom you don't want to mess with.
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