CBC News: The National | Cold case closure for mom after 36 years | Oct. 16, 2020

CBC News: The National | Cold case closure for mom after 36 years | Oct. 16, 2020

After 36 years of not knowing who killed her daughter, the mother of Christine Jessop says she finally has some closure after Toronto police crack the cold case. New COVID-19 restrictions for the Winnipeg area. And, a conversation with the star of Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi.


00:00 Latest headlines
00:56 Christine Jessop cold case solved
06:02 COVID-19 pandemic second wave
06:50 Winnipeg tightens COVID-19 restrictions
08:47 Ontario Stage 2 restrictions expand to York Region
09:28 Remdesivir little help for COVID-19 patients: WHO
11:43 Calls to pursue herd immunity called ‘dangerous’
14:06 Trump holds an indoor rally for seniors
16:21 Teacher killed in a knife attack in France
16:41 Thailand anti-government protests
16:56 Foreign minister meets exiled Belarus opposition leader
19:10 PM on Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict
19:33 Lack of diversity in Canada’s cannabis industry
23:03 Addressing systemic racism in health care
25:34 Nova Scotia lobster fishery dispute
28:13 Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi’s Harnarayan Singh
37:49 Musician makes music using her brainwaves
40:25 New documentary series: ‘Enslaved’
43:31 The Moment

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