CBC News: The National | Confusion, rising COVID-19 cases ahead of Thanksgiving | Oct. 8, 2020

CBC News: The National | Confusion, rising COVID-19 cases ahead of Thanksgiving | Oct. 8, 2020

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There are fears the combination of rising COVID-19 cases and confusing messaging ahead of Thanksgiving weekend could create a perfect storm for the pandemic — especially in Ontario. But Quebec and parts of Alberta are facing new restrictions ahead of the holiday. Plus, the low case numbers in the Atlantic Bubble is convincing more people to move there.


00:00 Latest headlines
00:50 Thanksgiving weekend COVID-19 warnings, confusion
03:58 COVID-19 red zones expand in Quebec
04:35 New COVID-19 restrictions in Alberta
06:49 B.C. top 10,000 COVID-19 cases
07:24 Doctor shares his Thanksgiving advice
09:23 Masks become mandatory in New Brunswick
09:48 P.E.I. top doctor reviewing Atlantic Bubble
10:20 Long-term care recommendations for 2nd wave
12:36 Disturbing plot to kidnap Michigan's governor
14:43 Trump erratic Fox News interview
17:11 Buzz about fly on Pence's head during VP debate
17:50 Hurricane Delta strengthens in Category 3
18:22 Suncor announces 100 layoffs
18:41 Human error behind Cleveland Dam incident
19:06 Leaders to discuss systemic racism in health system
22:06 CBC Marketplace tracks Amazon returns
25:13 At Issue: Mixed messaging on COVID-19 restrictions
30:17 At Issue: PM on potential unlear U.S. election result
35:24 Prince William helps launch global environment prize
35:48 Hockey Diversity Alliance parts ways with NHL
38:27 Car insurance rates increased during the pandemic
40:51 Moving to the Atlantic Bubble
43:26 The Moment

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