On tonight’s top story: COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to put a strain on Canada’s health care system. As Sean O’Shea reports, medical experts are warning people to brace for a brutal winter.
Meanwhile, the new, more infectious variant of the novel coronavirus has spread to Canada, where scientists are racing to track its path. Ross Lord explains.
With COVID-19 cases topping 20 million in the U.S., frustration is growing over the pace of the country’s vaccination campaign. Jennifer Johnson explains what is holding up the process.
For the first time in 48 years, the United Kingdom is free of European Union rules and regulations. As Redmond Shannon explains, the terms of the divorce deal may cost the U.K. its unity.
Once U.S. President-elect Joe Biden takes over from Donald Trump, Americans can expect a major difference in the country’s pandemic response. Jackson Proskow explains.
Plus, a baby in Montreal is believed to be Canada’s first baby born in 2020, followed closely by baby “Thomas” in Toronto. Erica Vella has more.
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