CBC News: The National | 1 million COVID-19 cases; William Shatner | April 4, 2021
As Canada reaches one million COVID-19 cases, doctors are speaking out about what’s happening and what could be done. Why an outbreak on the Vancouver Canucks is sparking concern about variants in that city. Plus, William Shatner on his 70-year career and turning 90.
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