Canada and World Full Headlines for January 11

Published on January 12, 2021 by

In tonight’s top story: Ontario Premier Doug Ford is set to introduce stronger restrictions Tuesday, but a curfew as has been implemented in Quebec is off the table for now.

Abigail Bimman explains what experts say must be done to control the spread of COVID-19, and why the province is rejecting a curfew.

In Northern parts of Ontario, Quebec and Alberta, parents in some parts of the country felt a mix of anxiety and relief as they dropped off their kids back to schools.

Heather Yourex-West reports on how balancing the educational and mental health needs of children is proving difficult.

South of the border, Democrats introduced Monday articles of impeachment against Republican President Donald Trump for “incitement of insurrection.”

This will make Trump the first American president to be impeached twice. Jackson Proskow explains what that means.

A Canadian company is using a plant-based new technology to grow row after row of a weed that could help end the coronavirus pandemic.

Carolyn Jarvis explains how this technology could be a breakthrough for vaccine science, and vaccine rollouts in Canada.

Plus, how a Toronto-based Citizen Lab researcher was able to identify some of the FBI-wanted Capitol attackers through social media.

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