Jackson Proskow reports on the overwhelmed hospitals, rising infections, and increasing deaths in the United States amid the COVID-19 pandemic, while Dawna Friesen looks at how much longer the Canada-U.S. border could stay closed to non-essential travel.
And, Mike Armstrong takes a closer look at the ongoing manhunt for a Quebec father of two young girls who were found dead, which has now entered its sixth day.
Abigail Bimman spoke with Canada’s previous ethics commissioner regarding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s WE Charity controversy, one day after he apologized for not recusing himself “immediately” from discussions about whether the charity should administer a federal student grant program.
Plus, Heather Yourex-West looks deeper into new information which reveals the RCMP has yet to respond to a watchdog report surroundings allegations of Mounties spying on some Indigenous individuals opposed to a pipeline.
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