- The massive airstrikes appear to be winding down and as CTV's Alan Fryer reports, the U.S. is preparing for the next phase - sending in Special Forces.
- CTV's Matt McClure reports on the situation in Pakistan after four Afghan civilians who worked for a U.N. aid agency were killed in the attacks.
Chretien speaks to NATO
- CTV's Roger Smith reports on Prime Minister Chretien's speech to NATO in which he called the war against terrorism "the first great struggle of the new century."
Al-Qaeda threatens more attacks
- CTV Newsnet's Kate Wheeler has the Al-Qaeda's video statement which includes frightening threats against the U.S.
Day Three - American officials claim U.S. led forces now have complete air superiority on the third day of aerial bombardment in Afghanistan but as CTV's Rosemary Thompson reports, the day also brought civilian casualties.
Preparing for conflict
- CTV's Elizabeth Chiu reports as Canada's Navy prepares for action.
Prime Minister Chretien's speech to NATO - Part 1
Prime Minister Chretien's speech to NATO - Part 2
Canada AM: Mass protests in Pakistan
- Professor Riffat Hussain discusses the ongoing demonstrations in Pakistan over the U.S.-led attacks on Afghanistan
Canada AM: Lord Robertson
- Lisa Laflamme asks NATO's Secretary General for his view of the coalition's role in U.S.-led campaign against terrorism.
Canada AM: Website review
- Internet specialist Ann-Marie Peterson surveys some of best websites covering the War on Terror.