Opposition parties continue to press Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on whether he was briefed about alleged Chinese interference in Canada’s 2019 election. Mackenzie Gray examines the conflict between Trudeau’s public comments on the Global News investigation, and what’s been stated by other officials.
Then, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith has introduced a controversial ‘sovereignty act’, giving the province unprecedented power to rewrite provincial laws without the need to pass legislation. Mercedes Stephenson explains why critics are concerned about the act, and what Trudeau had to say following the bill’s introduction.
Also, Metro Vancouver’s first major snowfall of the season created chaos on roads in B.C.’s lower mainland, as cars piled up and traffic slowed to a crawl. Neetu Garcha reports on the frustrating night the snowstorm created, despite the winter weather being milder than other parts of Canada typically experience.
Plus, Quebec farmers have been unable to herd more than 30 runaway cows since they first escaped a Saint-Barnabé farm in July, despite repeated attempts to recapture them. Mike Armstrong explains how the cattle have caused headaches for the communities northeast of Montreal, and some of the extreme measures they’ve taken to try and resolve the situation.