Donald Trump has become the first U.S. president to be impeached twice after last week’s attack at the Capitol. Jackson Proskow explains what this means for Trump, and what officials are preparing for in the final week of Trump’s presidency.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the province’s stay-at-home order is clear, but plenty of other people disagree. Abigail Bimman looks at the confusion surrounding the province’s latest COVID-19 crackdown.
Plus, Ontario’s long-term care homes are once again at the centre of the province’s COVID-19 crisis. As Mike Le Couteur reports, it appears lessons from the first wave have not been learned.
In just a month, Ireland went from having one of Europe’s lowest COVID-19 infection rates, to having the world’s highest infection rate. As Redmond Shannon explains, the more contagious U.K. variant is not being blamed for the surge.
NHL hockey returned on Wednesday. The league is focused on keeping the game alive, and keeping players and staff safe from COVID-19. But as Mike Drolet reports, there were already problems before the first puck was even dropped.
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