The Olympic flame arrived in Buenos Aries today under heavy guard, as officials brace for more protests; the government has said no to the sale of MDA to an American company, a decision that is being applauded by the opposition; American Airlines have cancelled more flights for safety inspections, leaving passengers angry and frustrated, this brings the total number of flights cancelled to over 3,000; a small community in central Alberta is still trying to come to grips with the death of a 17-year old student in a bus crash there; just three days before allegedly killing his children, Allan Schoenborn begged a Justice of the Peace to release him from jail so he could reconcile with his family; investigators in Delta, B.C. are trying to determine the cause of a house fire that killed an entire family; a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine says that less invasive surgery is just as effective as more invasive surgery in staving off heart disease; Corner Gas creator Brent Butt has announced that the show will end after its upcoming sixth season is over; in Toronto, TTC talks are continuing, but the union is asking for a change in the person doing the bargaining on behalf of the company; Premier Danny Williams will testify next week at the inquiry into the botched breast cancer tests in Newfoundland.
Richard Crouse drops by to review Smart People (3 stars), and Street Kings (3 stars);
Brent Butt talks with Seamus about his decision to end Corner Gas at the end of its sixth season;
Mi-Jung talks with Goldie Hawn about her charity work;
Seamus talks with Ian Wright, Host of Pilot Guides, about his global travels and his show on OLN;
Mark Cullen has tips for how to make your garden a safe and fun place for your children to play.