Our leading story tonight: Justin Trudeau has responded forcefully after nineteen high-profile Canadians penned a letter to the Prime Minister, pleading with him to launch Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, in hopes it would prompt China to complimentary Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig. David Akin describes why Trudeau is strongly declining those calls.
COVID-19 cases continue to soar in the U.S., with brand-new records being set. As Jennifer Johnson reports, while some guvs who initially downplayed the infection are now urging people to stay home, the White Home does not seem too worried about the uptick.
As Canada continues its own work to fight the virus, Quebec is moving from releasing everyday COVID-19 updates to weekly ones, as the province continues reporting Canada’s greatest case numbers. Mike Armstrong describes the strategy, which critics call “incomprehensible.”.
A review by the Canadian Medical Association is highlighting how children are being indirectly damaged by the pandemic. Heather Yourex-West looks at the struggle facing one Calgary household.
When life provides you bad grapes, what do you make? After British Columbia’s dreadful 2018 wildfires left vineyards polluted with smoke, some wineries handled to get innovative so they didn’t waste the fruits of their labour. Robin Gill describes how.
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