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Nov 24, 2020

Never mind the deficit?
Canada is spending a tremendous amount of money to get the country through the COVID-19 pandemic, but a growing movement says we can shed our old worries about the federal deficit. Modern monetary theory argues that since we control our own currency, the country can create more money and never go broke. Today, Front Burner examines this controversial idea and how it relates to Canada.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

The National for November 23
Atlantic Canada deflates its bubble with COVID-19 cases on the rise. Plus, Dr. Theresa Tam's blunt holiday message.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Ken Jennings taking over as interim Jeopardy! host
Jeopardy! record-holder Ken Jennings will be the first in a series of interim hosts replacing Alex Trebek when the show resumes production next Monday.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

As COVID-19 cases soar and regions lock down, Dr. Tam has a blunt message about holiday planning
With the holiday season just weeks away, Canadians are wondering if one of the bright spots in Canada's long, dark winter will be another casualty of 2020 — and whether the country will ever get off the roller coaster of flattening the curve only to see cases soar again.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Biden's presidential transition can formally begin, U.S. agency says
The U.S. federal agency that must sign off on the presidential transition told president-elect Joe Biden on Monday that he can formally begin the transition process.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Why the Raptors nailed free agency
Though the Toronto Raptors lost two of their three big free agents when Serge Ibaka and Marc Gasol departed, they held onto the main one — Fred VanVleet — and kept their eyes on an even bigger prize.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Federal government to deliver economic, fiscal update on Nov. 30
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says the federal government will deliver a long-awaited update on the health of federal finances on Nov. 30.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Nov. 23
The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Nov. 23.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

GM to recall about 7 million pickups, SUVs for faulty air bag inflators
General Motors will recall about seven million big pickup trucks and SUVs worldwide to replace potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

CRA warns 213,000 Canadians that they might have to pay back CERB overpayments
The Canada Revenue Agency says it's warning about 213,000 Canadians who may have been paid twice through the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) program that they could be called upon to repay the money.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Michigan certifies Biden victory as Trump's hopes of overturning election fade
Michigan certified U.S. president-elect Joe Biden as the winner in the election battleground Midwestern state on Monday, making President Donald Trump's effort to deny Biden a victory by claiming election irregularities and fraud in many states even less likely to succeed.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Trump's hopes of overturning election fade as Michigan, Pennsylvania look to certify results
U.S. President Donald Trump's hopes of reversing his election loss hung by a thread on Monday as Michigan and Pennsylvania looked to push ahead with certifying results.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Indigenous man and granddaughter handcuffed at Vancouver bank file human rights complaint against BMO, police
A human rights complaint has been filed against Bank of Montreal and the Vancouver Police Board after Indigenous man Maxwell Johnson and his granddaughter, 12-year-old Tori-Anne, were suspected of fraud and handcuffed while trying to open an account at a Vancouver branch of the bank last year.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

As COVID-19 cases rise, N.L. and P.E.I. exit Atlantic bubble for at least 2 weeks
Both Newfoundland and Labrador and P.E.I are exiting the Atlantic bubble for at least two weeks as COVID-19 cases rise in parts of the region.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

COVID-19 lockdowns have little impact on rising greenhouse gas trend, UN agency warns
Greenhouse gas concentrations climbed to a new record in 2019 and rose again this year despite an expected drop in emissions due to COVID-19 lockdowns, the World Meteorological Organization said on Monday, warning against complacency.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

COVID-19 case counts, hospitalizations rising in Prairies




CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Atlantic Bubble has burst for now as 2 provinces pull out




CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Alberta surpasses Ontario with most confirmed, active COVID-19 cases in Canada




CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Ontario reports record 1,589 COVID-19 cases as Toronto locks down




CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Ontario, Manitoba report record new COVID cases; Atlantic bubble bursts as N.L., P.E.I. withdraw for 2 weeks




CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Long-awaited federal rent subsidy for businesses hurt by COVID-19 starts today
Businesses struggling to pay the bills because of the COVID-19 pandemic will be able to start applying today for a long-awaited new commercial rent relief program offered by the federal government.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Long-awaited federal rent subsidy program for businesses hurt by COVID-19 opens today
Businesses struggling to pay the bills because of the COVID-19 pandemic will be able to start applying today for a long-awaited new commercial rent-relief program offered by the federal government.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Anxiety, criticism greet arrival of Liberals' revamped commercial rent relief program
The federal government's latest lifeline to cash-strapped businesses landed with a swirl of anxiety as companies face an uncertain future that the country's finance minister summed up in three words: "Winter is coming."



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Get informed on the top stories of the day in one quick scan
In today's Morning Brief, we have the story of a man who got taken by a job scam and then saw his bank take $3,000 from this tax-free savings account to cover money lost to the fraudsters.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

His bank raided his account to cover a payment made to scammers
A Toronto man fell victim to a job scam, but was even more shocked when his bank, Scotiabank subsidiary Tangerine, took some $3,000 from his account to make up for what it lost to the fraudsters. Go Public investigated banking rules that allow seizure of funds from different accounts.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Migrants are crossing English Channel in record numbers this year — to a mixed reception
More than 8,000 people have arrived on U.K. shores this year, crossing the English Channel by boat — four times the number in 2019, when about 10 people died. The increased numbers have created issues for housing while the migrants wait for their asylum claims to be processed.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

A scammer took him for $3,000 — then his bank went into his TFSA to pay for it
A Toronto man fell victim to a job scam, but was even more shocked when his bank, Scotiabank subsidiary Tangerine, took some $3,000 from his account to make up for what it lost to the fraudsters. Go Public investigated banking rules that allow seizure of funds from different accounts.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

'I felt like an object': Women behind shocking Chiarelli report tell their stories
The two formal complainants whose testimony led to the integrity commissioner's damning report on Ottawa Coun. Rick Chiarelli's conduct spoke to CBC News about the toxic work culture in the office, why they stayed and what they would like to see happen now.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Ex-diplomats, aid workers plead with the world community to stand by Afghanistan
For many of them, it was the defining professional experience of their lives. But Canada's legacy in Afghanistan is also something deeply personal for the more than 140 former diplomats, aid workers and police officers who have signed an open letter urging the international community — Canada included — not to abandon Afghanistan as its tentative peace process drags on.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

National grief strategy needed to help Canadians cope with loss due to COVID-19, group says
An organization called the Canadian Grief Alliance says the loss COVID-19 is causing across the country is something we've never experienced before. It's calling for a national strategy to help Canadians gain access to the resources they need to cope with their grief.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Senator aims to curb 'violent' porn, pitches mandatory age verification for online sites
Independent Quebec Sen. Julie Miville-Dechêne is calling for a crackdown on the consumption of online pornography by young people through new legislation that would force sites to verify the age of all users.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

Workplace compensation claims reflect toll COVID-19 has taken on Canada's workers
CBC News reached out to provincial workplace compensation boards across the country and found that more than 26,000 claims have been filed for contracting COVID-19 at work.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 23, 2020

AstraZeneca says late-stage trials of its COVID-19 vaccine were 'highly effective' in preventing disease
AstraZeneca says late-stage trials of its COVID-19 vaccine were "highly effective" in preventing disease.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

The National for November 22
Record COVID-19 cases on the Prairies while parts of Ontario prepare for lockdown. Plus, a Canadian exclusive interview with Barack Obama.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Biden expected to announce cabinet picks soon as more Republicans urge Trump to concede
U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's first cabinet picks are coming Tuesday and planning is underway for a pandemic-modified inauguration in January as his team moves forward despite roadblocks from the Trump administration.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Biden proposes Antony Blinken for secretary of state, John Kerry as climate envoy
U.S. president-elect Joe Biden is building out his administration with several key picks for national security and foreign policy roles, including Antony Blinken for secretary of state, and former secretary of state John Kerry as the incoming administration's choice to lead efforts to combat climate change.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Biden reportedly chooses ex-Fed chair Janet Yellen to lead treasury, as other cabinet picks announced
U.S. president-elect Joe Biden has chosen former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen to serve as treasury secretary, a pivotal role in which she would help shape and direct his economic policies at a perilous time, according to a person familiar with the transition plans.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Wisconsin police arrest 15-year-old in connection with mall shooting
A 15-year-old boy was arrested in connection to a shooting at a suburban Milwaukee mall that injured eight people, authorities said Sunday.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Eli Lilly's COVID-19 antibody drug gets interim authorization in Canada
Canada has granted interim authorization to Eli Lilly's antibody drug for treating COVID-19 in patients who are not hospitalized but are at risk of serious illness because of their age or other conditions, the drug-maker said on Friday.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Barack Obama on a Biden presidency, racism in the Trump era and what he misses about being president
Former U.S. president Barack Obama says the biggest challenge for president-elect Joe Biden will be to bridge the vast political divide that exists in the country and find areas of potential compromise with those who continue to support Donald Trump, without whom he can't govern. Watch excerpts from his full interview with The Current.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

U.S. could begin COVID-19 vaccine rollout by mid-December, top health official says
The head of the U.S. effort to produce a coronavirus vaccine said the first inoculations could happen as soon as 24 hours after the Food and Drug Administration grants approval, which would kick off the largest inoculation campaign in U.S. history starting in mid-December.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

More provinces sign up for rent benefit as Ottawa sets up promised housing council
Seven provinces have signed on to a federal rent assistance program created as part of the national housing strategy, newly released documents show.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Trump slams global climate agreement that Biden intends to rejoin, during G20 speech
U.S. President Donald Trump railed against the Paris climate accord on Sunday, telling world leaders at a virtual summit that the agreement was designed to cripple the U.S. economy, not save the planet. President-elect Joe Biden has said he will rejoin the global pact.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

A look inside an Alberta ICU as health-care workers struggle with COVID-19 surge
In the pandemic response unit at the Peter Lougheed Centre in Calgary, Dr. Simon Demers-Marcil picked up the phone. It was his job to call a family to break the news that their loved one had died of COVID-19.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Trudeau vows to support developing nations with COVID-19 vaccines at G20
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and leaders of the other Group of 20 countries promised Sunday to support developing nations in accessing COVID-19 vaccines while also committing to delay debt payments for cash-strapped jurisdictions.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Distribution, lack of national registry top hurdles for Canada's COVID-19 vaccine rollout
Vaccine distribution, the inability to pull off a mass campaign that could spark crowds and the absence of a national immunization registry are among the top hurdles facing Canada's COVID-19 vaccine rollout, says the head of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

102-year-old Vancouver woman sets Guinness World Record for oldest curler
A 102-year-old Vancouver woman says she's received phone calls from as far away as England after clinching the Guinness World Record for oldest curler this month.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Manitoba's premier defends pandemic response, leaves some questions unanswered
As Manitoba struggles to manage the country's highest per-capita COVID-19 infection rate, Premier Brian Pallister defended his government's handling of the pandemic in an interview Sunday on CBC's Rosemary Barton Live.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Family of jailed Saudi activist implores Canada to call out kingdom's human rights record at G20
The family of Loujain Alhathloul, a graduate of UBC who has been jailed in Saudi Arabia for more than two years, is calling on countries, including Canada, to hold the kingdom to account on its human rights record as it hosts the G20 summit.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Sunday
Canada's chief public health officer has warned that more and larger outbreaks are occurring in long-term care homes and hospitals, and infections are spreading in Indigenous communities. 



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

How not to buy a puppy; pandemic price gouging: CBC's Marketplace Cheat Sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Gaza's health system days away from being overwhelmed by COVID-19, advisers say
A sharp rise in coronavirus infections in the Gaza Strip could overwhelm the Palestinian enclave's meagre medical system by next week, public health advisers said on Sunday.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

AstraZeneca starts new COVID-19 prevention trials of antibody cocktail
AstraZeneca has started late-stage trials of an experimental antibody combination drug it hopes could be used as a so-called prophylactic to prevent COVID-19 infection in at-risk people for up to 12 months.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

High school athletes struggle to score scholarships in COVID times
About 6,500 students across the country are vying for athletic scholarships to take their sport to the college or university level in 2021. But with many games and competitions cancelled there are fewer opportunities for the athletes to get the attention of talent scouts.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

How big a deal is Joe Biden's Buy American pledge? Here's what to watch for
Is the Buy American pledge from incoming U.S. president Joe Biden a nothingburger or a potential billion-dollar blow to Canada's economy? It could go either way. Key decisions in the coming months will determine if that threat has teeth. Here's what to watch.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

How COVID-19 has forged new friendships
Making a new friend, in the middle of a pandemic? It may sound wild with all the restrictions in place. But for some, COVID-19 has brought them together.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Is American democracy suffering from an overload of politics?
Three experts say the U.S. system has made too many offices and functions subject to partisan influences, while Canada relies more heavily on neutral bureaucrats for the same functions. The result is a loss of trust in the U.S., where nothing is seen as untainted by partisan politics.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Landlords say poor tenants who received CERB can't make rent after losing social assistance
Saskatchewan is one of several provinces that's cutting off or clawing back social assistance by the same amount that recipients got in CERB funds they weren't entitled to. Landlords say it's put them in a "morally tough spot."



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

Longtime royal photographer puts some of The Crown's contentious moments in context
Season 4 of the Netflix series The Crown has landed and is already sparking controversy, reflecting the challenge of turning historical facts into drama as the series exploring the reign of Queen Elizabeth moves closer to the present.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 22, 2020

New business ventures help Canadian snowbirds circumvent a closed U.S. land border
Many Canadian snowbirds are determined to head south this winter despite the COVID-19 pandemic, but they face hurdles getting their vehicles across a closed U.S. land border. In response, several transport companies have come up with new ways to help snowbirds — and their cars — get across.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

U.S. federal judge throws out Trump bid to stop Pennsylvania vote certification
Pennsylvania officials can certify election results that currently show Democrat Joe Biden winning the state by more than 80,000 votes, a federal judge ruled Saturday, dealing U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign another blow in its effort to invalidate the election.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Proposed law on publishing police images sparks protests across France
Thousands of people took to the streets in Paris and other French cities Saturday at the urging of civil liberties campaigners and journalist groups to protest a proposed security law they say would impinge on freedom of information and media rights.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Bodies of 2 men, believed to be a master and his slave, unearthed from ashes at Pompeii
Skeletal remains of what are believed to have been a rich man and his male slave attempting to escape death from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius nearly 2,000 years ago have been discovered in Pompeii, officials at the archeological park in Italy said Saturday.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Protesters arrested during Black, Indigenous lives demonstration in Ottawa released
All of the protesters arrested when Ottawa police dispersed a downtown demonstration in support of Black and Indigenous lives early Saturday morning have been released from custody. 



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Ottawa police arrest 12 people after breaking up demonstration supporting Black, Indigenous lives
Members of the Justice for Abdirahman coalition say they feel ‘betrayed' after Ottawa police dispersed a demonstration in the downtown area early Saturday morning.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Fred VanVleet signs 4-year, $85M US deal with Raptors
Fred VanVleet, one of the most coveted players in free agency this year, is remaining a Toronto Raptor. A source close to the team confirmed a report on Saturday that the Raptors had re-signed the 26-year-old to a four-year, $85-million US deal, keeping one of the best backcourts in the league intact.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Ontario reports 1,588 COVID-19 cases and 21 deaths, breaking previous record
Ontario reported 1,588 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, along with 21 new deaths.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

G20 leaders pledge to fund fair distribution of COVID-19 vaccines
Leaders of the world's 20 biggest economies on Sunday will pledge to pay for a fair distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, drugs and tests around the world so that poorer countries are not left out and to extend debt relief to them, a draft G20 communique showed.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

G20 to discuss COVID-19 vaccine access for low-income countries
Leaders of the G20 countries will debate this weekend how to deal with the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic that has caused a global recession and how to manage the recovery once the coronavirus is under control.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Saturday
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is warning that Canada's future hangs in the balance if people don't reduce their contacts to prevent dire new COVID-19 projections from becoming a reality.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Canada, U.K. strike transitional post-Brexit trade deal
Negotiations between Canada and the United Kingdom to hammer out the terms of their post-Brexit trade have concluded, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a video released to the media Saturday morning.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

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CBC News Network showcases the best of CBC journalism, covering breaking stories with speed, and adding context and meaning along the way. CBC News Network is also the destination for original journalism, with added depth from CBC News bureaus across the country and around the world.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Rockets hit residential area of Kabul, killing at least 8 and wounding 31
Several rockets hit residential areas in the early rush hour in the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday, killing at least eight civilians and wounding 31, police officials said.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

With holidays on the horizon, families turn to private testing for COVID-19
People are using private COVID-19 testing ahead of trips and gatherings. But it has sparked debate about access and the value of a negative result.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

The acid test: Western diplomats ponder the problem of dealing with a more aggressive China
International affairs experts are fond of saying that China's weakness as a superpower is that it lacks friends. But for China's geopolitical foes and rivals, alliances are only as strong as the political will behind them.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

What you need to know as we get closer to a COVID-19 vaccine
From debunking misinformation about mRNA vaccine technology to how COVID-19 vaccinations would be prioritized for more than 35 million Canadians, here are some answers — as well as clarity on what we don't yet know.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Buy now, pay later? Instalment payment services for online shopping come to Canada
A number of services are setting up shop in Canada that give customers the option to pay for online purchases in instalments. Fees are typically much lower, but one expert cautions that doesn't mean they're without downsides.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Does this mean Christmas is cancelled? Your COVID-19 questions answered
As COVID-19 cases rise in many provinces, how can you and your family celebrate Christmas safely this year? How do you talk to your family about your holiday plans? Is it safe to give and receive presents, cards or cookies? Your questions, answered.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

Death threats, intimidation and fear for U.S. democracy — the fallout of Trump's refusal to concede
While some may dismiss the futile attempts by Donald Trump and his lawyers to overturn the result of the U.S. presidential election, out in state capitals, officials are worried for their own safety and the fate of U.S. democracy as they face death threats, intimidation tactics and harassment.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

'We're not even at the peak yet': Doctor warns of pandemic burnout as 2nd wave grows
Edmonton's Dr. Neeja Bakshi has a warning from the pandemic's front lines: Things are getting worse and the health-care system is being pushed to its absolute limits.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

'We're not even at the peak yet': doctor warns of pandemic burnout as second wave grows
Edmonton's Dr. Neeja Bakshi has a warning from the pandemic's front lines: things are getting worse and the health care system is being pushed to its absolute limits.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 21, 2020

For U.S. election officials certifying results, Trump's refusal to concede has chilling consequences
While some may dismiss the futile attempts by Donald Trump and his lawyers to overturn the result of the U.S. presidential election, out in state capitals, officials are worried for their own safety and the fate of U.S. democracy as they face death threats, intimidation tactics and harassment.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Opposition warns there's not enough time to vet U.K. trade deal
As signs emerge that a transitional trade deal between Canada and the U.K. is imminent, Opposition MPs on the Commons trade committee warned Friday they may not be able to pass implementation legislation in time because the Liberal government let the talks drag on too long.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Donald Trump Jr. has tested positive for COVID-19
U.S. President Donald Trump's son, Don Jr., tested positive this week for the coronavirus, a spokesperson said Friday, adding he has been isolating and has no symptoms.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

MP Yasmin Ratansi denies claims of abusive, inappropriate behaviour in social media post
Independent MP Yasmin Ratansi is denying allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards her staff and improper handling of immigration files.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Organizations can apply for federal emergency rent subsidy starting Monday
Businesses, nonprofits and charities hit financially by the pandemic will be able to apply for the federal government's new rent subsidy program starting Monday. 



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

19 public servants are working part-time on Morneau's OECD bid
Nineteen public servants at Global Affairs Canada (GAC) are working on a part-time basis to help former finance minister Bill Morneau's campaign to become the next secretary-general of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), according to figures tabled in the House of Commons Friday.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of fatally shooting 2 people at Wisconsin protest, posts $2M bail
Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17-year-old Illinois resident charged in the shooting deaths of two people during a protest in Wisconsin earlier this year and whose case has become a rallying cry for some conservatives, posted $2 million US in bail and was released from custody Friday.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Nov. 20
The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Nov. 20.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

In battle to control coyote population, Edmonton conservationists unveil latest weapon: tennis balls
Volunteers armed with tennis balls, sticks and cans filled with coins will be a new kind of soldier in the conservation battle to keep Alberta's urban coyotes wild.  



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Michigan leaders head to White House as Trump attempts to subvert the presidential election
At his request, Donald Trump was meeting with two Michigan state legislators at the White House on Friday, as the U.S. president made an extraordinary and sure-to-be futile attempt to block Joe Biden's victory in the battleground state and subvert the results of the 2020 presidential election.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Michigan Republicans, after meeting Trump, not aware of info that would alter election outcome
Michigan's top Republican state legislators said after meeting with President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., on Friday that they did not have any information that would change the outcome of the presidential election in the state, where Democrat Joe Biden defeated Republican Trump.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

After meeting Trump, Michigan Republicans say there are no new details that change state's vote
Michigan's top Republican state legislators said after meeting with President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., on Friday that they did not have any information that would change the outcome of the presidential election in the state, where Democrat Joe Biden defeated Republican Trump.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

After meeting Trump, Michigan Republicans say they're not aware of facts that would alter election outcome
Donald Trump summoned two Michigan state legislators to the White House on Friday, as the U.S. president made an extraordinary and sure-to-be futile attempt to block Joe Biden's victory in the battleground state and subvert the results of the 2020 presidential election.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Canadian military looking to conduct its own coronavirus testing
The Canadian military has embarked on a plan to acquire its own coronavirus testing capacity, senior defence officials told a House of Commons committee today.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Raptors denied request to play home games in Toronto, will begin season in Tampa
The Toronto Raptors will begin the next season playing in Tampa, Fla, after their request to play home games in Toronto was denied by the federal government. A federal source with direct knowledge confirmed to CBC News that the team could return to Toronto later in the season if pandemic conditions improve.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Michigan leaders head to White House as Trump attempts to subvert election
Two Michigan state legislators headed to the White House on Friday as President Donald Trump made an extraordinary and sure-to-be futile attempt to block Joe Biden's victory in the battleground state and subvert the results of the 2020 presidential election.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Colleagues, friends reflect on fallen Manitoulin Island OPP officer
A retired Ontario Provincial Police officer and former colleague of Constable Marc Hovingh, who was shot and killed in the line of duty in the town of Gore Bay Thursday, says all of Manitoulin Island is in a state of shock after his death.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Indigenous Services minister overrules senior bureaucrat on Neskantaga water probe
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller has overruled a senior departmental official over the framing of an investigation into Neskantaga First Nation's 25-year-long water crisis, CBC News has learned.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 20, 2020

Canadian retailers racked up $53.9B in sales in September, far more than expected
Statistics Canada says retail sales rose 1.1 per cent to $53.9 billion in September to mark the fifth consecutive monthly increase since the record drop in April as a result of the pandemic.



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