COVID Cases Rise, October Heat Wave, Spy Agency & More: CBC News Highlights

COVID cases rise in Canada, October heat wave, India's spy agency, breakthrough discovery fights allergies and cancer, new malaria vaccine approved, Manitoba election race, Trump's fraud trial begins, Prince Alam Mayu's remains, national school food program in Canada.

00:00:00 COVID cases are rising again in Canada as a new vaccine is rolled out. An October heat wave and the potential involvement of India's spy agency in violence are also discussed.

๐Ÿฆ  COVID cases on the rise again, with an estimated 20-30,000 new cases daily.

๐Ÿ’‰ A new COVID vaccine is being rolled out, targeting the latest strains of the virus.

๐ŸŒก๏ธ Unusually warm October weather in parts of Canada and its impact.

00:06:34 The Nobel Committee credits a breakthrough discovery for blunting the pandemic and believes it can be used to fight allergies and cancer. The World Health Organization approves a new malaria vaccine in Britain. Manitoba's election is a close race with divisive campaigns. Donald Trump's civil fraud trial begins in New York.

๐Ÿ”‘ The Breakthrough discovery has had a significant impact on blunting the pandemic and has potential applications in fighting allergies and cancer.

๐Ÿ’‰ The World Health Organization has approved a new malaria vaccine that is cheaper and easier to manufacture than existing options.

๐Ÿ—ณ๏ธ Manitoba is experiencing a close election, with leaders from different parties vying for support and focusing on key issues such as taxes, healthcare, and reconciliation.

โš–๏ธ Donald Trump's civil fraud trial has begun, with allegations of inflating net worth and committing fraud in securing loans.

00:13:05 CBC News: The National | COVID rising, October heat wave, India's spy agency.

Republican house Speaker Kevin McCarthy faces opposition from Hardline Republicans.

California appoints lefon Butler as the third black woman to serve in the Senate.

Unusually warm weather in Southern and Eastern Ontario in October.

00:19:36 CBC News: The National | COVID rising, October heat wave, India's spy agency

๐Ÿ” The United Nations Security Council has approved a multinational force to be sent to Haiti to address widespread violence.

๐Ÿ’ฃ Allegations have been made about India's possible involvement in a murder on Canadian soil, leading to strained relations between the two countries.

๐ŸŽค Taylor Swift's attendance at NFL games has had a significant impact on ratings, social media followers, and jersey sales.

00:26:07 India's spy agency, RAW, has a history of watching Pakistan and China, but there are signs of a shift in India's approach to using force. The agency has increased funding, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has advocated for crushing terrorism globally. Despite accusations from Canada, Modi's popularity remains high in India.

๐Ÿ“Œ India's external intelligence agency, RAW, operates under the prime minister's office, allowing for little legislative oversight.

๐Ÿ” There is evidence of a shift in India's approach to using force in international politics, with increased funding for the agency and support for crushing terrorism.

๐ŸŒ The recent killing of a Sikh activist in Canada raises questions about a potentially more aggressive approach from Indian intelligence.

00:32:37 CBC News: The National | COVID rising, October heat wave, India's spy agency. The remains of Prince Alam Mayu, a former Ethiopian prince, may one day return to Ethiopia despite the UK government denying the request. Meanwhile, there is a push for a national school food program in Canada to address the high cost of food affecting students.

๐Ÿ“š The request to repatriate Prince Alam Mayu's remains from the UK to Ethiopia is being denied due to practical difficulties and concerns about disturbing other remains in the chapel.

๐ŸŽ There is a renewed push for a national school food program in Canada, as increasing food prices make it difficult for families to provide nutritious food for their children.

๐ŸŒ Canada is the only G7 country without a nationally funded universal school food program, highlighting the need for government action to address the affordability crisis.

00:39:09 Canada's potential national school food program, promised by the federal government, would provide healthy meals for children, support working women, and combat obesity and diabetes. Advocates are hopeful for its implementation.

๐ŸŽ Advocates argue that providing free meals to children in schools can reduce obesity and diabetes rates and support working women.

๐Ÿ’ฐ The Canadian government has promised to invest $1 billion over 5 years in a national school food program, but it has not yet been included in a federal budget.

๐ŸŽƒ A Canadian pumpkin grower from Richmond, BC, won the North American Title for his giant pumpkin, weighing 2,212 lbs.

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