CBC News: The National | Provinces respond to rising COVID-19 case numbers | Oct. 26, 2020

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Several provinces are sounding alarms over rising COVID-19 cases, with additional restrictions added in some parts of Quebec. A vaccine trial has good results in patients young and old. Plus, Rev. Al Sharpton talks about how race is playing into the race for the White House.


00:00 Latest headlines
00:48 COVID-19 across Canada
01:29 Manitoba sees a surge of new COVID-19 cases
03:35 Alberta imposes new gathering limits
04:03 pushes to limit contact beyond household
04:24 Quebec extends COVID-19 restrictions
06:23 Ontario MPP faces backlash over group photo
06:46 Thanksgiving blamed for COVID-19 surge in Ontario
08:50 Balancing COVID-19 restrictions and reopening
10:25 Europe tries to control COVID-19 surge
12:40 MPs vote to investigate federal COVID-19 response
13:18 Saskatchewan Party secures fourth consecutive majority
15:33 Federal Liberals hold onto Toronto Centre, York Centre in byelections
16:00 Andrew Wilkinson resigns as Liberal leader
16:27 Amy Coney Barrett confirmed to Supreme Court
16:57 RCMP, CBSA face questions over Meng Wanzhou's arrest
19:17 Hockey Calgary investigates "disturbing" choking video
21:34 Beloved Edmonton sports figure Joey Moss dies at age 57
22:50 Oxford COVID-19 vaccine shows promise
25:49 The National Interview: Rev. Al Sharpton
35:05 Accusations of voter suppression in Texas
41:01 Impact of Black Lives Matter on businesses
43:33 The Moment

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