Global National: Nov. 2, 2022 | Convoy lawyer says police leaked information to protesters

In tonight’s top story: A lawyer for convoy protesters says they were getting a “steady stream” of leaked information from the Ottawa Police Service, the Ontario Provincial Police, the RCMP, and CSIS. The new testimony came at the Emergencies Act inquiry, where the latest witnesses discussed their one-time goal to replace the federal government without an election. David Akin reports.

Thousands of people from across Canada and the U.S. gathered in Richmond, B.C. to pay their respects to RCMP Const. Shaelyn Yang. Neetu Garcha reports on how family, friends and colleagues paid tribute to the fallen officer.

The federal government is about to deliver its fall fiscal update, as high inflation and interest rates linger in the minds of Canadians. Abigail Bimman reports on what you should know.

To address a nationwide shortage of family doctors, British Columbia will launch a new payment model to compensate these physicians in February 2023. Jamie Mauracher reports on the pressure it puts on other provinces are to follow suit.

With the U.S. midterm elections around the corner, Democrats and Republicans are focusing on motivating millions of voters, especially Latinos in battlegrounds, to cast ballots. Jackson Proskow reports on this important group of voters.

Plus, tensions have been escalating between China and Taiwan, but now, they’re putting their differences aside to help a panda that’s recently fallen ill. How experts from both sides are working together for the sake of the furry and cuddly creature.

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