CBC News Network’s Sunday Scrum panel is your vacation spot for frank dialogue and evaluation of the week’s large political tales.
This week, we discuss to our panellists in regards to the federal authorities’s approval of a request for added RCMP assist in Nova Scotia as a fishery dispute escalates between business and Mi’kmaw fishermen.
The panellists additionally talk about the most recent in COVID-19’s impression on the airline trade following WestJet’s announcement this week that it was slashing service to a number of cities in Atlantic Canada.
Also on this system: a dialogue of steering round Halloween festivities amid a pandemic, the federal Conservatives’ name for a particular committee to analyze the WE Charity matter and the way a lot Rideau Hall has spent on authorized illustration in response to poisonous office allegations inside the Governor General’s workplace.
WATCH | N.S. lobster fishery dispute escalates:
WATCH | Ailing airline trade:
WATCH | No have to cancel Halloween, says Dr. Tam:
WATCH | Conservatives name for committee to probe WE Charity controversy:
WATCH | Rideau Hall spent over $110,000 on authorized charges: