Global National: Nov. 26, 2022 | What’s next for the Emergencies Act inquiry?

Global national: nov. 26, 2022 | what’s next for the emergencies act inquiry?

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Lawyers from the Emergencies Act inquiry are arguing over what six weeks of gruelling testimony means, a key step in examining the government’s invocation of the Emergencies Act last winter. David Akin explains.

There may be hope in a simmering African conflict that has forced tens of thousands of people from the Democratic Republic of the Congo to flee their homes. In recent months, the rebel group M-23 has seized several towns in the eastern part of the country. There is a new ceasefire in place as of Friday, but the question is whether it holds. Mike Armstrong explains.

Both sides of the Canadian and U.S. border were buzzing with Black Friday Deals this year. Despite inflation hitting its highest level in some 40 years, Americans shoppers spent a record $9.1 billion online during Black Friday. As Jennifer Johnson reports, Americans are not only buying big — but also travelling far and wide this Thanksgiving weekend.

And finally, a stark warning from police agencies about a disturbing increase in online sexual exploitation of children — sextortion. Internet blackmailers target all children, but the largest increase in cases involves teen boys. There are dedicated police teams fighting these types of crimes. The New Reality got rare access to the Southern Alberta Internet Child Exploitation Unit, on the frontlines of this online threat.

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