Fri. Mar 5th, 2021

Prime Minister Trudeau says there will be an election if his government loses a confidence vote on a Conservative motion to establish an “anti-corruption committee”. An Ottawa police officer has been cleared of manslaughter and assault charges around the death of a Black man following his violent arrest. Plus, tracing the roots of the anti-mask movement.

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00:00 Latest headlines
00:47 PM Trudeau chances confidence vote
04:54 N.S. lobster fishery dispute
07:14 New COVID-19 cases across Canada
07:53 Calls for more COVID-19 restrictions in Alberta
10:05 High number of new cases in Saskatchewan
10:27 Sudden drop in COVID-19 testing in Ontario
10:45 Airline workers demonstrate on Parliament Hill
12:54 VIA rail Western Canada service to resume
13:11 Officier not guilty in death of Abdirahman Abdi
15:45 No charges recommended in death of Barry Shantz
18:45 U.S. antitrust lawsuit against Google
19:11 Canadian professor’s website linked to disinformation
21:33 Nigeria police brutality protests turn violent
22:01 1,300 prisoners escape Congo prison
22:17 March in memory of beheaded French teacher
22:45 COVID-19 strains the United Kingdom
24:58 U.K. to explore COVID-19 human challenge trials
26:03 The roots of the anti-mask movement
34:20 Battle for Latino voters in the U.S. election
39:47 Canadian tech plays key role in NASA asteroid landing
42:58 The Moment

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