Plus, the PM says Canada has signed two more vaccine deals, with Novavax and Johnson and Johnson.
Plus, the RCMP watchdog is preparing to release online summaries of its probes into allegations of wrongdoing by Mounties, in an effort at transparency.
Leslyn Lewis' team, and the party, will likely have to tread carefully to avoid undermining the autonomy of the riding associations and local volunteers who may already have candidates in mind, says Paul Thomas.
Plus, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh plans to hold a presser in Toronto on the return to school.
Some Conservatives also celebrated the win of Leslyn Lewis, the party's first Black female leadership candidate, who had an astounding finish for a relative unknown less than a year ago.
Plus, Ontario Premier?Doug Ford says he intends to stay on the sidelines in the next federal election, adding he's 'swamped' with COVID duties.
A decision to switch to a smaller envelope to ensure mail-in ballots made it in time ended up spoiling the night's programming.
Prorogued or not, Independent Senator Rosemary Moodie says the government has 'had months to respond in a substantive way and any continued delay should not be wholly blamed on prorogation.'