Former Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygård, 80, is about to be extradited to the U.S. on sex trafficking and racketeering charges, as he faces new charges here in Canada. Brittany Greenslade reports on how the case is reopening old wounds for his alleged victims, while the new developments provide some vindication.
Indigenous leaders want an apology from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau because of his vacation on Canada’s first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. David Akin reports on the criticism facing Trudeau.
When will the federal government deploy help to Alberta’s hospitals struggling under the crush of COVID-19? Jamie Mauracher reports.
Quebec’s health-care workers have until October 15 to get vaccinated against COVID-19, or they could lose their job. Mike Armstrong reports on how many workers have yet to be immunized and the preparations for a potential staff shortage.
And going where no drone has gone before: Mike Drolet on why unprecedented footage from inside a hurricane is raising hopes for coastal communities.