Mon. Jun 14th, 2021

On Saturday’s edition of Global National, a new report from the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) has found the government paid thousands of public servants to stay home and not work. As Mike Le Couteur reports, taxpayers could potentially be on the hook for millions of dollars.

As a memorial is held for Regis Korchinski-Paquet in Toronto, Dan Spector reports on the renewed push for body cameras and greater police accountability in another major Canadian city.

In the United States, a surge in coronavirus cases is forcing many states to reimpose coronavirus restrictions. Jennifer Johnson reports on the troubling trend.

Plus, TV legend Regis Philbin has died at the age of 88. Laura Podesta looks back at the life and legacy of the longtime television host.

As Canadian universities and colleges continue to struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic, some of the institutions are raising tuition fees. As Alicia Draus reports, students complain they’re paying more for less.

And Redmond Shannon reports on the economic crisis in Lebanon, that has plunged half the country’s population into poverty.

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5 thoughts on “Global National: July 25, 2020 | PBO warns taxpayers could be on the hook for millions more”
  1. didn’t like Lewis, he rearrange dd The text history books giving bad perspective on the truth for future black children to grow up with and believe.

  2. America never wanted African people but the war caused the president to get extra help, the Royal purple of the time had no choice! We have had no choice with black people and government still!

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