Canada and World Full Headlines for October 28

Published on October 29, 2020 by

The message that social interactions must be reduced to limit the spread of COVID-19 is clear, but not everyone is heeding that warning. As Mike Drolet explains, it’s hard to convince people to follow the rules when political leaders aren’t leading by example.

Canada is beginning to have a better sense of how long it might take to recover financially from COVID-19. David Akin has more on what the government is banking on to get the country’s economy back on track.

A record 75 million Americans have already cast ballots nationwide ahead of the U.S. presidential election, but every state has its own rules for processing and counting mail-in ballots. Jackson Proskow reports on the looming chaos in the final count.

COVID-19 is a major issue in the final stretch of the U.S. presidential campaign. As Mike Armstrong reports, there is also a big difference in how supporters see it, too.

The U.S. election has 35 Senate seats up for grabs, which are critical to both parties. Eric Sorensen has more on why the Democrats hope to win the White House, the House of Representatives and the Senate.

Plus, every year thousands of Canadians lose a limb and an artificial limb is usually a major part of the recovery process. Crystal Goomansingh has the story of a Nigerian man who is trying to make the industry more inclusive.

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