Monday, 20 September 2021

Canada: Public anger swells in Alberta from handling of the pandemic


CBC News shows the Canadian story. Greg Lyle, founder of the Innovative Research Group, breaks down provincial polling of where Albertans stand on Premier Jason Kenney and how the conservatives have handled COVID-19.

Canada election: Nearly half of Canadians don't like any party, poll shows


Global News shows that a new polling by Ipsos exclusive to Global News shows nearly half of Canadians, about 46 per cent of those surveyed, are not a fan of any of the federal parties because none have done enough to win them over. 

The polling also found that of the 53 per cent of voters who are absolutely sure of who they will vote for, Conservative and Bloc supporters are the ones most confident in their decision. NDP and Green supporters are the least confident in voting for their preferred party.

The Liberals are in the middle of the pack with just over 50 per cent of Canadians happy with their choice.

Canada: Protests against pandemic protocols, vaccine passports held at Canadian hospitals


Global News in Canada shows that demonstrators against pandemic protocols and COVID-19 vaccines voiced their displeasure outside hospitals across Canada on Monday.
 
The protests come the same day British Columbia followed several provinces in implementing proof of vaccine requirements for non-essential services, and also announced plans to mandate vaccines among health workers.
 
Eric Sorensen looks at who's opposing the measures meant to protect Canadians, as political leaders of all stripes condemn aggression toward front-line workers.

Canada election: Federal leaders’ last pitch to voters before they head to the polls


Global News in Canada shows that Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is going hard in the final days of the federal election campaign, with seven stops in southern Ontario on Saturday. As Abigail Bimman reports, Trudeau is returning to ridings where the race to victory will be tight. 

Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole dodged questions about whether candidates in his party are vaccinated against COVID-19. As Mike Le Couteur explains, O'Toole’s lack of answers, and the urgency in the final days of the campaign, could lose him votes.

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is targeting the Conservative premiers of Alberta and Saskatchewan, two of Canada's COVID-19 hotspots, while campaigning in the Prairie provinces. As Robin Gill explains, Singh isn't just attacking those leaders' handling of the pandemic. 

Green Party Leader Annamie Paul has finally taken her campaign to British Columbia, where the party held its two remaining seats when Parliament was dissolved. But Paul's final pitch may not be enough to keep those seats from slipping away from the Greens. Richard Zussman reports from Victoria, B.C.

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Key "battlegrounds" to watch across Canada


CTV News shows the interesting Canadian story. Evan Solomon and former MPs look at the key battlegrounds to watch and discuss the party's path to victory.

Canada: Advice for voters on the eve of Election Day: A Q&A with Elections Canada spokeperson Diane Benson


CTV News shows the interesting Canadian story.

CTV News Channel’s Lois Lee interviewed Diane Benson, spokesperson at Elections Canada, about tomorrow’s federal election.

Health Canada tracking menstrual changes after vaccination


CityNews says that Health officials say there is no known association between any of the COVID-19 vaccines and menstrual changes. But, as Faiza Amin reports, researcher are now studying the possibility after receiving dozens of reports.