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  • CBC News: The National | Rapid COVID-19 tests for Canadians; Thanksgiving confusion | Oct. 6, 2020

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    Ottawa has purchased millions of rapid COVID-19 antigen tests, but there are concerns about when they’ll be available and their accuracy. U.S. President Donald Trump continues to downplay the virus as more around him test positive and the vice-presidential candidates prepare to debate. Plus, deciphering public health advice on a safe Thanksgiving.

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    00:00 Latest headlines
    00:53 1st rapid antigen COVID-19 test approved
    03:30 N.S. piloting gargle COVID-19 test for kids
    03:58 Thanksgiving confusion
    06:10 Halloween during the pandemic
    06:45 New COVID-19 cases across Canada
    07:09 Quebec reports 1000+ cases for 5th day
    07:31 COVID-19 outbreak at Moncton nursing home
    07:58 Pleas to fix the commercial rent relief program
    10:12 Alberta unveils new natural gas strategy
    12:16 Scaled-back state funeral for John Turner
    14:39 Quebec premier apologizes to Joyce Echaquan's family
    15:11 Couple who pointed guns at protesters indicted
    15:28 COVID-19 clears out the White House
    18:30 Eddie Van Halen dies of cancer at 65
    20:28 Singer Johnny Nash dead at 80
    22:05 Alex Trebek makes an appearance at NHL draft
    22:40 The risks of COVID-19 vaccine nationalism
    27:57 The 2020 vice-presidential debate
    35:19 How the U.S. election is playing out in Russia
    41:01 Viral TikTok puts Fleetwood Mac back on the charts
    43:34 The Moment

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  • CBC News: The National | Sept. 9, 2020 | WE Charity to close Canadian operations; B.C. plays defence

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    After being embroiled in a political controversy over the student grants program and seeing a donation drop because of the pandemic, WE Charity is winding down its Canadian operations. Officials in B.C. release their plan to fight COVID-19 and the flu this fall. Plus, are office spies and sterile spaces the future of work?

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    00:55 WE Charity shutting down in Canada
    04:05 Trudeau warns about COVID-19 complacency
    04:51 B.C. injects $1.6B into health-care system
    07:05 COVID-19 across Canada: latest numbers
    07:26 Legault, Ford call for increase health transfers to provinces
    09:34 Trudeau announces new loan program for Black entrepreneurs
    10:10 Amazon to build 2 new fulfillment centres in Ontario
    12:22 Female immigrants in health-care hard hit by COVID-19
    14:33 Suspected COVID-19 reinfection case in N.S.
    15:09 AstraZeneca pauses COVID-19 vaccine trial
    17:28 WestJet flight cancelled after mask dispute
    20:17 Trump tells Bob Woodward he downplayed COVID-19
    22:37 Wildfires along U.S. West Coast
    23:03 Fire engulfs migrant camp on Greek Island of Lesbos
    25:32 The future of work in a COVID world
    35:58 What back to school does to social bubbles
    40:43 Oscars make historic change to encourage diversity
    43:11 Teachers set COVID-19 protocols music | The Moment

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  • CBC News: The National | Aug. 24, 2020 | Erin O’Toole’s priorities as Conservative leader

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    What Erin O’Toole’s path to winning the Conservative leadership says about how he might lead the party and his priorities. Anger flows out into the streets after a Black man was shot by police in Wisconsin. Plus, parents look for back-to-school options a little closer to home.

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    01:01 How Erin O'Toole won the Conservative leadership
    07:32 Shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisc.
    09:47 Trump accepts renomination as RNC begins
    13:20 Plasma for treating COVID-19 still experimental
    15:48 COVID-19 cases rise in B.C.
    16:17 Montreal Latin dance event attendees told to get tested
    16:41 15 workers at Calgary chicken plant test positive
    16:56 New COVID-19 restrictions in Manitoba
    19:08 Usain Bolt tests positive for COVID-19
    19:38 Anti-gay street preachers in Vancouver’s Davie Village
    22:46 Survivors confront Christchurch mosque shooter in court
    25:40 Mexico restarts classes on television, radio
    26:02 Surge in interest about homeschooling amid COVID-19
    28:20 Yukon students go back to school
    31:26 Your COVID-19 questions: ask the doctor
    35:32 COVID-19 Lives Remembered: Jeanne Ikeda-Douglas
    38:35 Young Black Canadians reflect on George Floyd killing
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  • COVID-19 in Canada: Virtual Town Hall | CBC News special

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    A virtual town hall to mark a month since COVID-19 changed life for Canadians with distancing and travel restrictions. The CBC News special will be hosted by Heather Hiscox and Ian Hanomansing, with additional hosting on CBC Radio One by Piya Chattopadhyay.

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  • Laboratory Tests for CoVID-19

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    Presented By: Jun Wu, PhD

    Speaker Biography: Dr. Wu is an Associate professor in Pathology, as well Vice Director of Clinical Laboratory Medicine Center at the Shanghai General Hospital which is affiliated to Shanghai Jiaotong University. He is also a Youth member of Chinese Society of Laboratory Medicine, as well as a Member of Shanghai Medical Association, Molecular Diagnostics Branch, and a Member of Chinese Expert Committee of Experimental Medicine, Pathology Branch.

    Webinar: Laboratory Tests for CoVID-19

    Webinar Abstract: Since the outbreak of CoVID-19 in Wuhan, China last December, the medical professional community have accumulated numerous experience that potentially will benefit other regions battling the disease. This session covers epidemiology and biology of SARS-CoV-2, nucleic acid and immunologic tests for SARS-CoV-2, and discharge criteria for recovered patients.

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  • Fighting COVID-19: Supplies, testing and scams

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    Marketplace looks into health claims on YouTube and Eventbrite about how to protect yourself from COVID-19. We ask an expert if you can really buy your way to a better immune system. We also hear from some home-care workers who are fighting for personal protective equipment. Plus, we investigate a controversial rapid blood test said to determine if you have the antibodies to fight off COVID-19. Why hasn’t Health Canada approved it?

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  • Exemption coming for families separated by COVID-19 travel restrictions

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    We are bringing in a limited exemption to allow immediate family members of citizens or permanent residents to come to Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today during his morning COVID-19 news conference.

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  • Question period: Parliament partially reconvenes amid COVID-19 pandemic

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    Some federal ministers are in Parliament today to participate in question period for the first time since the pandemic began.

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  • The National for Thursday, May 28 — New COVID-19 cluster in N.B.; Fixing long-term care

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  • Get a flu shot to help avoid twindemic of flu season and COVID-19, experts warn

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    Some are calling it a 'twindemic' — an influx of people becoming ill as influenza and the new coronavirus circulate at the same time. Dr. Sumon Chakrabarti says getting a flu shot can help avoid it.

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  • The National for Friday, April 17 — Long-term care worker dies of COVID-19; Oil sector aid

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  • COVID-19 Briefing October 14

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    Mayor John Tory, Toronto's Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Eileen de Villa, and Toronto Fire Chief and General Manager of the City’s Office of Emergency Management, Matthew Pegg, provide an update of the current situation and City response to COVID-19 in Toronto.

  • The National for Tuesday, April 14 — Long-term care homes ground zero for COVID-19

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  • Seniors and coronavirus: Your questions answered | COVID-19 Ask an Expert

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    Laura Tamblyn Watts, president and CEO of CanAge, a national seniors' advocacy organization, answers your questions about issues affecting older Canadians during the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • The National for Friday, July 3 — Rideau Hall intruder charged; WE and Liberals end deal

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  • The National for Sunday, April 12 — The flaws exposed by COVID-19

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  • Applied Biosystems™ TaqPath™ COVID-19 Combo Kit*: A highly sensitive, specific, and robust...

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    Presented By:
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    Senior Director, Product Management Genetic Science Division, Clinical Solutions, Thermo Fisher Scientific
    Vijay Singh, PhD
    Managing Principal Scientist , Molecular Diagnostics, HealthTrack, Rx
    Andrew Brooks, Ph.D.
    Professor of Genetics Rutgers University; COO RUCDR Infinite Biologics; CSO Brooks Life Sciences

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    Applied Biosystems™ TaqPath™ COVID-19 Combo Kit*: A highly sensitive, specific, and robust real-time PCR test

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    In late 2019, researchers identified the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen as the virus responsible for COVID-19. The virus spread rapidly throughout the world and was declared a global health concern by the World Health Organization. At the end of January 2020, Thermo Fisher Scientific launched a SARS-CoV-2 pathogen detection assay, which was quickly developed into a multiplex kit containing highly specific assays and controls targeting three different regions of the SARS-CoV-2 genome. The kit was approved for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the United States Food and Drug Administration in March, and has since been used as a central component of other EUA approved protocols.

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  • Cross Country Checkup: How does coronavirus spread?

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    Cross Country Checkup opened the phone lines to answer your questions in a two-hour special call-in.

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  • Coronavirus outbreak: 2 new cases of COVID-19 related to cluster in Manitoba, total of 284 | FULL

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    Manitoba's chief medical officer of health Dr. Brent Roussin reported two new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.

    The two new cases are related to a cluster of cases in the Prairie Mountain Health Region, which now totals seven.

    Roussin said the workplace is not related to health care or food supply, and does not interact greatly with the general public.

    The total number of cases in the province stands at 284, as of Wednesday.

    Dr. Roussin also reported five hospitalizations from COVID-19, with none of them in ICU, and 242 recoveries.

    COVID-19 related deaths remain at seven in Manitoba.

    An additional 522 laboratory tests were performed on Tuesday, bringing the total number of tests performed since early February to 28,294.

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  • Watch: 2020 Vice Presidential Debate Between Mike Pence, Kamala Harris | NBC News NOW

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    Watch the 2020 vice presidential debate livestream and see Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris face off live.
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  • Spectrum of COVID 19 in Children- What we know now

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  • P.E.I. Votes: Election night with CBC

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    We'll have live coverage as the results from P.E.I.'s election come in as well as results of the provincial referendum on the electoral system.

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  • Orthopedic Surgery Grand Rounds: COVID-19 Updates

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    A Continuing Medical Education activity presented by the Stanford University School of Medicine. View CME information and claim credit at

    This video provides an update from a local expert on Infectious disease. The session will provide an overview of the scope and impact of the novel corona virus pandemic and will outline the typical clinical presentation. Topics will include updates on Stanford Healthcare response, including infection control measures, testing protocols, clinical management, including supportive care, surge planning, potential therapies and ongoing clinical trials and surge planning.

  • The Loneliness of Prince Charles | A Portrait | Absolute History

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    This is the story of a man caught between the pressures of public duty and the demands of a private life with a publicly deteriorating marriage. it is a unique insight into the man whose destiny it is to be King.

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  • The Future of Food on a Hotter Planet

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    How is climate change effecting the world's food system? Climate models show crop production will decline every decade due to drought, heat, and flooding. And some of our tastiest foods may be in peril - including cherries, coffee, cacao, wine grapes, and citrus fruit. The Agenda looks at the future of food in a warming world and how the food chain needs to adapt.

  • COVID-19 and Local Procurement: How will the mining sector’s supply chains adapt?

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    COVID-19 is changing the world in various ways, but how is it impacting the mining industry and local procurement?

    Our experts discuss the impact of COVID-19 on domestic supply chains as a result of the mining industry’s temporary closure due to lockdown restrictions. We also explored challenges and potential opportunities for local procurement policies arising from global supply chain disruptions.

  • Newly Diagnosed: Living Your Best Life with Parkinson’s

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    Learning Objectives:
    -Understand the importance of patient education, support, and development from point of diagnosis
    -Gain knowledge and raise awareness of preventing and monitoring for caregiver burden
    -Understand the palliative care model in Parkinson’s disease
    -Understand the interdisciplinary team approach to care

    Brief Description:
    The Newly Diagnosed webinar will discuss how each newly diagnosed patient is different from another. In this webinar we will discuss the assessment and awareness necessary as a provider to understand each unique patient’s background, life stage, and social status in order to deliver the most optimal support. We will discuss the palliative care model in Parkinson’s disease as well as the interdisciplinary approach and initiating at time of diagnosis. This provides not only support to the patient but can help prevent caregiver burden and strain.

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    Jenna Iseringhausen BSN, RN
    NYU Langone Marlene and Paulo Fresco Institute for Parkinson's and Movement Disorders (Parkinson’s Foundation Center of Excellence)

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    Jenna Iseringhausen BSN, RN, is the Faculty Group Practice Nurse and PF Center of Excellence Coordinator at the NYU Langone Marlene and Paolo Fresco Institute for Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at The Ohio State University. Jenna has previous experience as the DBS Nurse Clinical Coordinator at Mount Sinai where she was first introduced to the Parkinson’s disease population. She immediately found her passion in caring for those with movement disorders and the importance of a holistic and interdisciplinary approach to care. Jenna integrates her passion into the day-to-day approach to care with both patients and caregivers. She leads a psychoeducational support group for patients and caregivers, organizes monthly interdisciplinary rounds discussing patient cases, as well as arranges educational seminars for the physicians, administrators, and supportive staff. She is involved in current studies within the Fresco Institute and helps continue the education and advancement to the division to allow for compassionate, safe, and efficient patient care. Jenna is also an active nurse faculty member of the Parkinson’s Foundation Allied Team Training for Parkinson’s.

  • Yardi Matrix May Update: COVID-19s Impact on Multifamily Real Estate

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    This is a follow up to Yardi Matrix April 1, 2020, webinar which provided a comprehensive overview of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on multifamily real estate. Join a panel of Yardi experts for a market update based on the latest data.
    The topics covered in this webinar include:
     Update on financial markets, economic indicators, government monetary & fiscal policy actions including updates on the CARES Act, eviction moratoriums and efforts to stabilize small business
     Update on multifamily industry fundamentals and trends
     Long-term discussion on reversal or acceleration of certain fundamental trends
     Operational response: downturn playbook update
     Shape and timing of recovery

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  • COVID-19 update: Trudeau calls Chinas charges against Kovrig and Spavor political

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today Canada will continue to link Beijing's decision to charge two Canadians with spying to the arrest of a Chinese tech executive, hours after China chided him to stop making irresponsible remarks.

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  • COVID-19: Canada to turn back asylum seekers, says Trudeau | Special coverage

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    Canada will turn back asylum-seekers attempting to enter the country outside of official border points, announced Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. It part of a set of extreme new measures meant to stop the spread of COVID-19.

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  • Trudeau pledges more aid as public debt grows

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canadians can expect more financial aid benefits rolling out soon.

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    Learn about therapeutic and policy considerations in the medical use of cannabis from three expert instructors who have taught thousands of clinicians in state-approved certification courses. After a brief review of the endocannabinoid system and pharmacology, this webinar focuses on considerations around practice integration, risk management and addiction. How do you discuss potential drug interactions, adverse events, and cannabis use disorder with patients? What protocols should be in place for your facility, program, or hospital? We discuss regulatory concerns and controversies, including the impact of cannabis legalization on the drug overdose crisis, and leave plenty of time for questions.

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  • Anatomy of a pandemic: Current status of the COVID-19 emergency

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    This public digital forum, which took place on April 20, 2020, explored the current status of COVID-19 with respect to its biology, its transmissibility, and the public health measures needed to flatten the curve. It also touched on the future, long-term consequences of this global pandemic on public health and health systems. Featuring presenters Dr. John Conly and Dr. Richelle Schindler.

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