In tonight’s top story: Abigail Bimman has more on WE Charity, the organization at the heart of an ethics investigation involving Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, following the announcement that it will be shutting down its Canadian operations.
Keith Baldrey reports on how British Columbia is preparing for the upcoming flu season amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jackson Proskow explains what an upcoming book by journalist Bob Woodward reveals about U.S. President Donald Trump, after audio recording showed that Trump admitted to “playing down” the coronavirus.
Eric Sorensen reports on the federal government’s new loan program that will help Black Canadians build their business.
Redmond Shannon reports on the intensifying crackdown against activists in Belarus.
Plus, Mike Armstrong has more on the Oscars announcing eligibility reforms to create more diversity and inclusion on and off screen.