On Monday’s edition of Global National, a stern message from Ontario Premier Doug Ford after hundreds of people jammed into Toronto’s Trinity Bellwoods Park on Saturday, with no regard for physical distancing. Jeff Semple has more on the actions the province is considering taking as it struggles to flatten the curve.
South of the border, it appeared many Americans took a holiday from physical distancing measures over the Memorial Day long weekend. As Jennifer Johnson reports, there are concerns the cavalier attitude could trigger a new surge in cases.
In Ottawa, about 50 MPs returned for the first regular sitting of parliament since mid-March. As David Akin reports, a heated debate is underway about the best way for parliament to proceed during the pandemic.
Plus, newly unsealed court documents show the extent of the Nova Scotia RCMP’s investigation into the April massacre that left 22 innocent people dead. Ross Lord explains what data from two of the gunman’s cars could reveal.
Beijing is set to introduce its sweeping new security law that would allow security forces from mainland China to operate inside Hong Kong. Redmond Shannon reports on the calls for countries, like Canada, to stand up to the Chinese government.