An elderly resident of a long-term care home in the Vancouver area has become Canada's first reported death from COVID-19. Robin Gill reports on why the facility was already under scrutiny.
Canadian passengers on board the contaminated Grand Princess cruise ship off California's coast are expected to be repatriated this week. Abigail Bimman has reaction from some of those passengers, and how one American state is creating and distributing its own hand sanitizer.
Investors got a "crude awakening" Monday, as oil prices and the stock markets took another tumble. David Akin explains how COVID-19 continues to hinder the economy, how Ottawa is offering reassurance, and how it looks like Alberta may be moving into crisis mode.
The trial is now underway for the four men accused of murdering 298 people in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in 2014. Mike Armstrong reports on the trial's emotional start, and why the witnesses won't be identified.
The federal government is introducing new legislation to criminalize conversion therapy - the discredited practice seeking to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity. Heather Yourex-West explains why some survivors believe this bill doesn't go far enough.