More than 200 people under quarantine at the Canadian Forces base in Trenton, Ont., woke up to their first full day in Canada, after being airlifted out of the novel coronavirus outbreak epicenter in Wuhan, China. Mike Le Couteur reports on the Canadians still waiting to leave area, as the outbreak has claimed more lives than the 2002-03 SARS outbreak.
Turning to political news, David Akin reports on the competition facing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ethiopia, where he's hoping to secure support for Canada's bid for a seat on the UN Security Council. Robin Gill explains why Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is criticizing some Democratic presidential candidates. Sarah MacDonald reports on the latest arrests of Wet'suwet'en protesters trying to stop construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline in northern B.C.
In Thailand, a deadly shooting rampage has left at least 21 people dead. Reggie Cecchini reports.
Robin Gill shares the latest in the investigation into the helicopter crash that killed basketball superstar Kobe Bryant and eight others.
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