On Sunday’s edition of Global National: the costs from the novel coronavirus pandemic are piling up. The money being doled out by Ottawa as it tries to help Canadians through the pandemic is taking a toll on the federal treasury. As David Akin reports, it will likely take years to pay it all off.

In the United States, experts are warning that Independence Day celebrations could fuel new outbreaks in a country already dealing with surging COVID-19 cases. Jennifer Johnson reports.

Pubs have reopened in the United Kingdom as the country begins easing its coronavirus lockdown measures. People came out in large numbers on Saturday, and once the beer started flowing, social distancing proved to be a problem. Redmond Shannon has more on that story.

Back in Canada: flood warnings and watches have been issued across a large swath of British Columbia. Paul Johnson reports from Cache Creek, B.C., where the Bonaparte River is threatening to break its banks.

An estimated one in every 3,600 children born in Canada have been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, and there’s no cure. A new drug could help increase their chances of survival. But as Dan Spector reports, Canadians can’t access it.

A Calgary dog has become a social media sensation. Lauren Pullen introduces us to “Milo,” a canine who’s become a celebrity for pulling off some masterful tricks.

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