CBC News: The National | Sept. 20, 2020 | Que. renews COVID-19 restrictions; John Turner remembered

The Quebec government is renewing some COVID-19 restrictions in three areas, including Montreal and Quebec City, to prevent a further surge in cases, while Ontario also cracks down. The U.S. Supreme Court could get a lot more conservative following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Plus, remembering former prime minister John Turner.


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00:00 Latest headlines
01:00 COVID-19 cases on the rise
01:39 Quebec raises COVID alert level
03:39 Ontario cracks down on COVID-19 rule breakers
05:53 Britain at “COVID-19 tipping point”
06:21 The life and career of John Turner
09:40 Peter Mansbridge remembers John Turner
12:40 Arrest after poison letter sent to White House
14:48 Replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg
17:08 HSBC handled $4.4B in suspicious money: ICIJ
20:01 Payette, Trudeau and the throne speech
22:48 Schitt’s Creek wins big at Emmys
27:42 You questions about COVID-19 testing
34:46 Brian Mulroney remembers John Turner
41:36 Virtual diplomacy at UN General Assembly
44:10 Rosh Hashanah at the drive-in | The Moment

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