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CBC News: The National | Sept. 13, 2020 | B.C. air quality plummets as U.S. wildfires rage

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Raging wildfires in the western U.S. are pushing smoke into B.C., turning the air quality into some of the worst in the world. New Brunswick heads into Canada’s first election during the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus, is the future of performance online or at a distance?

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01:09 B.C. air quality plummets as U.S. wildfires rage
05:18 Trump makes the U.S. wildfires a political issue
07:34 Quebec cracks down as COVID-19 cases rise
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19:43 Lawsuit over Flight 752 can proceed in Canadian courts
22:33 How the pandemic will change minor hockey
25:44 The future of live performance during the pandemic
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