5 things to know for Tuesday, April 2, 2019
CTV News has learned that staff at a New Brunswick hospital raised concerns about a high number of emergency caesarean sections six months before a nurse was fired over suspicions that she gave patients labour-inducing drugs. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.
1. N.B. hospital: In an exclusive report, maternity staff at Moncton City Hospital say they were worried about the number of emergency C-sections as far back as November, with there being at least 120 cases in the past two years.
2. SNC-Lavalin case: Jody Wilson-Raybould says she should not be removed from the Liberal caucus despite releasing secretly-recorded audio of a conversation she had with Canada's top civil servant regarding SNC-Lavalin.
3. Joshua Boyle: At Joshua Boyle's sexual assault trial, estranged wife Caitlan Coleman detailed how she tried to divorce Joshua Boyle in 2012 and what happened the night of his arrest.
4. Border crossing: Two Quebecers were stopped at the border after authorities found a dead relative in their vehicle who reportedly died of a heart attack during the family trip.
5. Climate change: A new scientific report says Canada is warming up twice as fast as the rest of the world, with experts adding that the warming is "effectively irreversible."
One more thing…
Eyesight symptoms: A tweet that has gone viral claims to show the difference between how people with and without the eye condition astigmatism see the world at night.