It has been more than 2 weeks since Lyle and Marie McCann went missing, their burned out trailer home was found by police, but there has been no sign of the couple, police are searching for Travis Vader calling him a 'person of interest'; two young brothers and a man drowned in NL over the weekend, police are still searching for a fourth man; BP has announced that the price tag of cleaning up the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has reached 4 billion dollars US, which includes compensation payments; a train crash in eastern India has killed at least 61 people, 125 people are injured, officials say an express train crashed into a stationary passenger train; deliberations resume today in Quebec in the trial of a Canadian Forces officer charged with murder; a violent summer storm that blew through Quebec sent a couple to hospital after they were struck by lightning; an investigation is underway today after an accident at the Calgary Stampede on a midway ride on Friday night; players from an Iroquois lacrosse team will not be participating in the World Championship because their passports issued by the Iroquois Nation were not acceptable for travel purposes; a wildfire is raging in central Washington state; shipping activity in the Port of Montreal has ground to a halt after the Maritime Employers Association locked out about 850 longshoremen; a reburial ceremony took place in France this morning for a WWI soldier whose remains were recovered from a mass grave containing 250 Australian and British soldiers; Hollywood actress Zsa Zsa Gabor is undergoing hip replacement surgery in Los Angeles after she fell out of her bed on the weekend; shares of BP are down as much as 4.4% this morning after leakage was detected in the oil well in the Gulf of Mexico; Inception took first place at the box office this weekend with $60 million, Despicable Me was in second place with $32 million, The Sorcerer's Apprentice was in third place with $17 million for its opening weekend; Will Power took the checkered flag at the Toronto Indy this weekend.
Paula speaks with Kristen Dahlgren, NBC News, in Venice, Louisiana, about the latest news on the capped oil well in the Gulf of Mexico and reports that there is a leak on the floor of the ocean;
Marci speaks with Janet Dirks, CTV News, about Lyle and Marie McCann, the Alberta couple that has been missing for 16 days, and also about Travis Vader, the man wanted for questioning by police in the case;
Paula talks with Tyler Schroeder, Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre, about a fossil discovery in a drainage ditch in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and why the finding of the ancient fish is important;
Jeff chats with Greg Wells, Director of Sport Science, Golf Canada, about golf, and the energy required to play a round;
Paula chats with Loren Christie, Travel Expert, who tries out some of the 'As Seen On TV' gadgets for travel, including an underwater camera snorkel mask, a global translator, a toothbrush sanitizer, and the adventure towel;
Marci takes a look at the new series Hot In Cleveland and talks with the stars, Betty White, Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, and Wendy Malik;
Paula goes to the Toronto Indy to find out what it's like to be an Indy driver;
Paula speaks with John Turner, Director of Mortgages, BMO, about the Bank of Canada interest rate and what that means for people in Canada;
Marci speaks with Lucy Brown, Department of Neurology, about the emotional scars that breaking up can leave, as well as what a break up has in common with cocaine addicts going through withdrawal;
Paula speaks with Bryan Lee O'Malley, Creator and Author of the "Scott Pilgrim" comic series, about his comic books and the movie to be released this summer based on that series;
Marci speaks with Stephen Dupuis, Building Industry & Land Development Association, about finding the right people to complete your home renovation project;
Paula speaks with Abhishek Mathur, Masala! Mehndi! Masti! South Asian Festival, about the festival; dancers then perform a traditional dance such as can be seen at the festival.