Topics and Guests for November 30

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President Bush meets with Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin (search), but is Canada really our friend? We'll talk to Andrew Pratt, editorial page editor at La Presse.

China is creating new trading partnerships through ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations (search)). This could cut into America's dominance in the region, but is there also a military component involved?

Today is the last day of trading in November. Will it be one to remember, and what's ahead for December?

And it's bonus season on Wall Street. Just how big will they be this year, and where will the moneymakers spend their new wealth? Homes, cars, jewelry... Correspondent Dagen McDowell takes a look.

We'll also get a read on markets from Gregg Hymowitz of Entrust Capital and David Nelson of DC Nelson.

An English-language Muslim TV station launches today on approximately 50,000 cable and satellite sets. We'll take a look at it, and see if it's got commercial appeal.

Finally... we've all heard about extraordinary examples of giving during the holiday, whether it be money or lavish gifts or volunteering one's time — but what about giving a kidney to a complete stranger just because you heard someone needs one? We'll talk to a man who did just that.

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