Global National: Oct. 22, 2021 | Canada lifts advisory against non-essential travel abroad

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Canada quietly lifted its advisory warning against non-essential travel, but still needs travellers to get a PCR test before entering Canada. Abigail Bimman explains why that requirement is staying for now.

Ontario sets a new timeline to lift all of its public health restrictions, and it can’t come soon enough for some people. But as Jamie Mauracher explains, others fear the province’s March 28, 2020 deadline could be risky.

An apparent pocket-dial to Rogers CEO Joe Natale has thrown the telecom giant and its board into turmoil. Eric Sorensen reports on what was said on the call, and the family feud it set off.

Plus, veteran actor Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on the set of ‘Rust,’ which struck and killed photography director Halyna Hutchins. Jackson Proskow reports on how Hutchins is being remembered, and the real risks behind prop guns.

Police in Truro, Nova Scotia have now arrested two men in the murder of Prabhjot Singh Katri, a Sikh man who was found dead outside an apartment building in September. Ross Lord reports.

And flying cars are no longer fiction. Dawna Friesen explains how a Canadian team is taking driving to new heights.

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