A video of Alan Johnston blasting Britain's Mideast policies has been released by his captors, the first he's been heard of since his abduction in Gaza City three months ago; Quebec's minority government will survive a no-confidence vote; 13-year old Nate Gartke talks with Canada AM about the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, and coming in second; Jeff reports in from Scotia Bank Place in Kanata, where fans are preparing for the first home game and cheering on the Senators to bring home the cup; the Lebanese Army has resumed its assault on a group of Islamic militants holed up in a refugee camp, shelling and moving tanks into the area; Andrew Speaker has been identified as the man who may have exposed numerous people to a new strain of TB, and is son-in-law to a man who is researching this strain of TB, his family members are unhappy with how he's been portrayed in news reports; Prime Minister will travel to Columbia and Haiti this summer, as well as Chili and Barbados; California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is helping make BC a little greener, after signing accords there on greenhouse gases; police in Toronto are investigating shots fired on Shoreham Drive where Jordan Manners' family lives, police are not sure if it was a tribute to the young man, who was buried yesterday; Orangeville said goodbye to Cpl. Matthew McCully, who was the 55th soldier to die in Afghanistan; Richard Crouse reviews Knocked Up, and Mr. Brooks; our skin care specialist, Dr. Paul Cohen, answers viewer mail; Deborah Cox performs for our studio audience.moreless
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