Global National: Sept. 15, 2021 | How Alberta, Saskatchewan became Canada’s COVID-19 epicentres

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Two provinces are facing serious effects from lifting COVID-19 limitations too soon. In Alberta and Saskatchewan, a large number of elective surgeries happen to be cancelled, as hospitals have a problem with surging COVID-19 patients. Louise Yourex-West reports around the crises these provinces are facing.

Meanwhile, around the federal election campaign trail, Conservative Party Leader Erin O’Toole is pitching his party to voters as increasing numbers of progressive than previously. But because Mike Le Couteur explains, vaccine misinformation is hurting that rebrand.

Plus, two NDP candidates have dropped from the race days before Canadians mind towards the polls, over anti-semitic comments they provided online. Robin Gill breaks lower the facts and just how the NDP’s campaign has been impacted.

Federal party leaders and candidates say they’ve faced more verbal, and often physical, aggression around the campaign trail compared to previous elections. As Abigail Bimman explains, social networking might help explain an upswing of hate and vandalism towards politicians.

Global News is familiar with that Gen. Jonathan Vance, Canada’s former chief from the defence staff, will not face additional charges within the military police analysis over sexual misconduct allegations against him. Mercedes Stephenson has got the exclusive information on a damaged military justice system.

Canada’s inflation rate hit 4.1 percent in August— the greatest level since 2003— according to a different report by Statistics Canada. Anne Gaviola breaks lower what’s driving the inflation increase and just how it’s impacting products or services.

And lastly, the Shoal Lake 40 First Nation has clean consuming water the very first time in 24 years, ending certainly one of Canada’s longest boil water advisories. A water treatment plant has become operating locally across the Manitoba-Ontario border. Marney Blunt compares the road it required to finally arrive here.

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