Canadians from coast to coast are fighting the elements as winter storms wreak havoc on holiday plans across the country. Global’s Kyle Benning has the latest.
In the U.S., high winds, snow and arctic temperatures are also causing one of the most treacherous Christmas travel weekends the U.S. has seen in decades. Jennifer Johnson reports.
How long is this extreme weather going to last and could there be more disruptions ahead? Meteorologist Anthony Farnell takes a look at what to expect over the holidays.
For most Canadians since the pandemic began, this is the first restrictions-free Christmas they’ve had. But Canada’s top doctor is warning COVID-19 could still unleash new problems. And now, there is growing anxiety over an explosion of cases in China. Touria Izri reports.
A gunman opened fire at a Kurdish cafe and community centre in Paris, France, on Friday, killing three people. Police are trying to determine if it was a targeted attack. Crystal Goomansingh reports.
A new Ipsos poll conducted for Global News found nearly a third of Canadians say they are less trusting of information from social media than they were prior to the pandemic. The poll also shows some significant generational divides around trust and regulation of online spaces. Mike Armstrong explains.
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Title: Global National: Dec. 23, 2022 | Snowstorms across Canada, US wreak havoc on holiday travel plans
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