In tonight’s top story: Canada could see up to 15,000 daily COVID-19 cases by the end of September, if more people don’t get vaccinated soon. The latest modelling data from public health suggests.
Jamie Maraucher looks at what’s fueling the fourth wave, and the latest efforts to curb it.
On the federal election front: In the aftermath of the French-language federal leaders debate in Quebec, Mike Le Couteur reports on how Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole, an anglophone, performed.
The issue of vaccine passports is heating up on the campaign trail. As David Akin explains, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is ramping up his attacks on the Conservative leader.
Meanwhile, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has unveiled his party’s Quebec specific platform. Abigail Bimman has the reality check on whether it will be enough to garner the party some much needed support in that province.
In the United States: President Joe Biden is in Louisiana to survey the devastation left by Hurricane Ida. Jackson Proskow reports on the growing calls for more money to help cities and towns prepare for severe weather.
Plus, you can dance to new Abba songs. The Swedish super group’s epic comeback.