Trudeau takes carbon pricing debate to the global stage at COP26

 
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Trudeau pushes for a price on pollution, new video shows Bruce McArthur denying an assault, and Ontario is set to hike its minimum wage. Here's what you need to know to start your day.
 
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FIVE THINGS TO KNOW
 
1
  COP26 summit
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will push the world to negotiate a minimum price on pollution at the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow today.
 
2
  Bruce McArthur tape
A newly released video of a 2016 police interview with serial killer Bruce McArthur details the version of events he provided to investigators after being accused of assaulting a man less than two years before he was charged with murdering eight men.
 
3
  Minimum wage
Ontario will increase minimum wage to $15 per hour starting in January, CTV News Toronto has learned.
 
4
  Sexual abuse allegation
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman came under fire Monday as he defended the league's response to last week's release of a damning report into how the Chicago Blackhawks handled sexual assault allegations made by one of their prospects.
 
5
  COVID-19 antibodies
A study of nearly 2,000 vaccinated health-care workers, some of whom had contracted COVID-19, has found that those who survived the virus and then received an mRNA vaccine have a higher number of long-lasting antibodies.
 
 
 
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ONE MORE THING...
 
 
Zinc benefits
 
A new study has found that zinc might be able to prevent and relieve symptoms of respiratory tract infections, such as the flu and pneumonia.
 
 
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