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Power & Politics Jan. 21 : Deadly SARS-like virus now in the U.S.
The U.S. Centre for Disease Control in the U.S. confirmed today the first case of a new SARS-like virus in the U.S.; Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam provides an update on how Canada is responding. Plus, the Power Panel weighs in on the Canadian response and the news that former Quebec premier Jean Charest has decided against running for the Conservative leadership.
A 'second class' spy: Muslim CSIS agent alleges discrimination, abuse
A Muslim CSIS analyst is suing the spy agency, alleging he endured almost two decades of suspicion, bullying and abuse, including attacks while he prayed.
New federally funded climate institute launches after demise of national roundtable
United Nations to review dangers of flying in conflict zones after deadly Iran crash
Canadian envoy Dominic Barton to testify at Canada-China parliamentary committee
Power & Politics Jan. 20 : Human-to-human transmission confirmed in deadly new virus
'We want the respect we deserve,' Pallister says of Manitoba's new climate change plan
Canada presses Iran to share black boxes from PS752 crash amid mixed signals from Tehran
Lametti says assisted dying bill to be tabled in February
Iran considers dual nationals on downed Ukrainian plane to be Iranians
Prosecutors won't appeal Joshua Boyle trial ruling
As cabinet meets in Winnipeg, Trudeau government's agenda remains unclear