In a world reliant on smartphone apps, bank branches may no longer be mainstays. We'll take a look at why they're still around at all - there must be some value for big banks to keep the doors open.
Ontario's Education Minister is set to provide an update on labour negotiations in the education sector. We'll hear what he has to say.
Last year in Canada - 1 life was lost every 2 hours due to opioids. In Windsor-Essex there were 51 related deaths. On our healthy active living report, we'll take a look at the opioid and substance strategy.
There's a new NAFTA - signed today in Mexico City. We'll hear from those involved in the long-awaited ceremony that sets up a new updated agreement of trade.
A race relations survey - the first of its kind in Canada - is looking at racism against Chinese, South Asian, Indigenous and Black people in Canada. We'll take a closer look at the findings.
The federal government is announcing a tax break for the middle class. We'll find out how much it'll save us - and how the new Minority government is doing with the other parties.