Further to my recent column on Haiti, and the lack of Canadian media attention to it, two things.
1. It's not too late to catch tonight's Haiti: Democracy Undone, a documentary on CBC News: Correspondent on Newsworld at 10 PM and 1 AM ET. Trouble is, it doesn't deal with Canada's role in this human rights nightmare. In fact, the program description says:
On the eve of the elections in Haiti, CBC News: Correspondent investigates the role of the U.S. government in the ouster of President Aristide.
What's more, the material in the program is dated. But it's better than nothing.
2. The good news is that CBC Radio already has Connie Watson on site, and tomorrow The National is sending Washington correspondent Neil MacDonald. But will they report on how Canada joined forces with France and the U.S. to oust a democratically-elected government?